Officials with the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) have released the initial findings of the internal investigation into the agency’s handling of a case that resulted in the death of two-year-old Mitchell Robinson, III.
For a second month, the Louisiana Bond Commission deferred action on a New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board project because Attorney General Jeff Landry says city leaders are thumbing their noses at the state over its strict abortion law.
The Louisiana Bond Commission is scheduled to take up a request on Thursday (Aug. 18) to raise the line of credit for Louisiana Citizens, the state's insurer of last resort, as it is flooded with policies left behind by failed or departing insurers.
The family of four-year-old Ava Thomas of St. Tammany Parish waits in a Texas hospital for her to receive a full lung transplant and at the same time raises awareness about cystic fibrosis and the need for more organ donors.
This year, Dominik Glorioso organized a ‘Ride 2 Thrive’ motorcycle fundraiser with proceeds going towards the Songs of Survivors organization that helps the most at-risk populations in the state and veterans through music therapy.
Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to end constitutional protections for abortion in June, access to abortion has fluctuated as the state’s three clinics relied on rulings and temporary restraining orders that allowed them to continue operating.