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Perry calls for unlimited oil and gas exports, could hurt La.'s boom

Less stringent regulations on natural gas and oil exports could strengthen the U.S. economy and help win more allies on the world stage, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Wednesday at an energy summit in Mississippi, but such a move could hike up oil and...

DATE: October 09, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

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CC's Coffee House has added a mobile coffee operation called CC's Streetside Cafe. The mobile cafe caters to guests in major business areas, movie sets, local schools and other settings. It can also be booked for nearly any occasion, from 5K races...

DATE: September 29, 2014 | CATEGORY: Current Issue

Debate in the City on a Hill

Debate in the City on a Hill

The rancorous debate over adoption of an ordinance prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation puts a spotlight on Baton Rouge's cultural polarity in a way few issues other than race could.

DATE: August 04, 2014 | CATEGORY: David Dodson

Hunter Hayes' 'Storyline'

Hunter Hayes' 'Storyline'

At 22 years old, Hunter Hayes has accomplished more in his career than many double or triple his age. His self-titled debut sold more than a million copies thanks to hit songs "Storm Warning" and "I Want Crazy." He received four Grammy nominations,...

DATE: April 30, 2014 | CATEGORY: News (225)

Capitol Views: Holden fights against red-light camera bills that nonetheless eke out of committee

Two bills about red-light cameras barely got out of a divided legislative committee today—one to limit the speed range for violations and another to add one second to the minimum time for yellow caution lights. Both bills by Rep. Jeff Arnold,...

DATE: March 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

LaPolitics: Various agendas will round out session

LaPolitics: Various agendas will round out session

When the regular session of the Legislature convenes Monday, the business community and the trial bar will resurrect their traditional dispute over litigation of personal injury claims. In doing so, LABI could have some momentum in its quest to...

DATE: March 07, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Justice begins at home, for a change

Justice begins at home, for a change

The criminal corruption docket has been full to overflowing of late in all parts of Louisiana. The current headliner is former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin, convicted Feb. 12 on 20 counts, including taking bribes, money laundering, filing false tax...

DATE: February 17, 2014 | CATEGORY: John Maginnis

Justice begins at home, for a change

Justice begins at home, for a change

The criminal corruption docket has been full to overflowing of late in all parts of Louisiana. The current headliner is former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, on trial for 21 counts of taking bribes, money laundering, filing false tax returns and,...

DATE: February 11, 2014 | CATEGORY: Columnists

Don't #goBR just yet, round 2

Don't #goBR just yet, round 2

Below is a list of events that have been postponed or cancelled due to inclement weather. We will be updating this page throughout the day. Please contact the individual organizations to find out when these events will be rescheduled.

DATE: January 28, 2014 | CATEGORY: News (225)

Alt-rock invades Mud and Water tonight

Four alt-rock bands perform at Mud and Water tonight, including Caddywhompus, Baby Boy, Shmu and Natural Blonde. Caddywhompus, a New Orleans duo, is currently playing new songs from a forthcoming release. Natural Blonde, another New Orleans band,...

DATE: January 22, 2014 | CATEGORY: (Weekender) Music

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