Statewide News

From one local family to another: State’s largest daily paper sold

The Georges family announced today that they have purchased the state’s largest daily print newspaper.

Louisiana has record-shattering year for tourism revenue

Record numbers have been reported for the tourism industry in Louisiana. The high numbers include money spent on hotels, food and retail.

Former Miami Dolphin give homeless man VIP treatment

Former Miami Dolphin Chad Johnson is going viral this week, not for his past run-in with the law or his messy divorce, but for what many are calling an act of kindness.

Get your car ready for summer travel

(StatePoint) Road tripping is a summertime rite of passage. From camping and beach trips to family reunions, most likely you'll be adding some extra miles to your vehicle over the next few months.

May is Small Business Month: Do you have what it takes to start your own business?

(StatePoint) Tired of taking orders? Have a great business idea? May, which is National Small Business Month, is a great time to think about starting your own endeavor. But do you have what it takes to do it all yourself?

It's time to give yourself some credit!

(StatePoint) Many Americans understand low credit scores can lead to reduced buying power, but there is less recognition that high scores may indicate it's the "right time" to buy.

Bill proposing voting rights for paroled felons shot down

A controversial bill that would allow convicted felons on parole the right to vote was shot down today.

BP agrees to pay $340 million for restoration projects

Governor Bobby Jindal announced that BP has agreed to fund approximately $340 million in restoration projects for Louisiana.

Louisiana sees record agriculture earnings at $11 billion

Agriculture in Louisiana has had a record year, and now the numbers are out that prove it.

Lawmakers deny Jindal proposal to cut budgets of domestic violence programs

Three budget amendments approved by the House Committee on Appropriations would reject proposed reductions in funding for programs that fight domestic violence in Louisiana.