Louisiana Is Finally Finished Redistricting

The restructuring of the House's 105 seats has the green light from the U.S. Justice Department. The approval comes even though black lawmakers said there are not enough minority districts.

Insurance Commissioner Urges Everyone To Get Storm Coverage

There are no hurricanes in the Atlantic so far but experts predict a very busy season. Louisiana's Insurance Commissioner, Jim Donelon, is hoping everyone gets solid storm coverage before its too late.

Nungesser No Longer Supports Dardenne

Billy Nungesser and the current Lieutenant Governor, Jay Dardenne, will both be vying for the same post. This comes as a shock for the Dardenne's camp.

Nungesser Will Run For Lieutenant Governor

UPDATED -- Plaquemines Parish President, Billy Nungesser, made the announcement official yesterday. Nungesser said he is not impressed with the way current Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne is doing his job.

Budget To Be Debated In the House

The state budget has cleared another hurdle. The Senate spent part of the Father's Day weekend debating the legislation.

Schools Will Be Getting Report Cards

This is part of a new plan by BESE to make it easier for parents to understand how each school is measuring up. Right now schools are given labels but school officials said those are too confusing.

American Cancer Society Releases New Finding

Better schools equals better health according to the American Cancer Society. The American Cancer Society just released the findings of a 17 year study.

Roemer Continues To Stick To $100 Contributions

At the GOP conference, almost every serious candidate for the Republican presidential nomination gives speeches and introduces themselves to the party faithful. That included former Louisiana Governor, Buddy Roemer.

New Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center Will Open Soon

This Saturday, June 25th,  the new Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center opens its doors. The $211 million project will have high tech equipment and cutting edge resoures.

The Deaf Protest About Changes In Contracts

Bus loads of angry deaf residents showed up on The Louisiana Commission For the Deaf's doorstep in Baton Rouge Friday.