All students, regardless of income, will receive free breakfast and lunch at school. The free meals were made possible by the U.S Department of Agriculture and Congress working together to extend federal waivers through the end of the school year.
With more than 41 million Americans already voting in the 2020 election, there’s a strong feeling that people want their voices heard this year. So imagine the surprise some people get when they arrive to vote only to discover their name is not on the voter registry.
Multiple vaccine candidates are in final-stage studies in tens of thousands of adults, and scientists are hopeful that the next few months will bring evidence that at least some of them are safe and effective enough for widespread use.
The New Orleans Saints had a “productive” meeting with New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell, her administrations, and the president and CEO of Ochsner Health about a phased approach to safely returning fans to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for Saints games during the remainder of the 2020 season.
The City of Shreveport’s Commission on Race and Diversity will hold a virtual political forum on Thursday, October 22. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. and can be viewed at shreveportla.gov, GBCShreveport on Facebook and the Shreveport Commission on Race’s Facebook page as well.