The Humane Society of Marion County is desperately asking for help after poor living conditions at their facility in Jefferson was made public. This comes as a number of dead dogs were discovered on Monday in freezers on the property of this nonprofit that claims to be “no-kill.”
A Christmas display in downtown Morgan City got a major upgrade this year with help from Hollywood. An Emmy Award-winning special effects artist has turned the town’s landmark shrimp boat into Christmas on the bayou.
The charitable giving season is now underway. But a new tax law has nearly doubled the standard deduction, which is expected to substantially lower donations. While the local impact is unclear, we learned more about the guidelines for giving at Goodwill Industries
The convincing victory by Democratic challenger Adrian Perkins in the Shreveport mayoral race this weekend creates a seismic shift in local politics, with a new generation of leaders about to take the reins of the city.
Armed with only $100 and a vision for what she could do to improve the lives of youth in Baton Rouge, high school student Emily Seighman created the Books and Braids program to help improve the reading skills of four youth in our community, three of which speak English as a second language.
The First Responders Emergency Media Outlet (FREMO), is a private website where firefighters, police officers, EMS, etc. can talk to each other or licensed professionals about their experiences. Only first responders can log into and use the site.
Ochsner Health System announced Thursday it will increase minimum wage payments from $8.10 per hour to $12 per hour, increasing the overall annual pay for more than 1,200 people employed by the system.
A major hurdle has been cleared in efforts to bring a new LSU medical education building to Shreveport. The LSU Board of Supervisors gave unanimous approval to the $56 million project. Next step: State legislative approval.
Wicked, Mary Poppins and The Lion King are just some of the many Broadway favorites you can find at this year’s “Christmas in the Sky.” The Shreveport Regional Arts Council puts on this glamorous event with a unique them every two years.