Gov. John Bel Edwards promoted Casey Tingle to the role of director of the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, following the resignation of Gen. James Waskom from the role he had served in since January 2016.
Larrianna Jackson, the 18-year-old student arrested earlier this month for her video-recorded attack on a disabled teacher at Covington High School, has been charged with felony counts that could be punishable by up to 10 years in prison
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and the industrial gas supplying company, Air Products, announced a multi-billion dollar project in the state that will create jobs and help make the air a little bit cleaner.
Louisiana State Police said it is working closely with several area, state, and federal agencies to investigate a multi-parish deadly shooting spree that resulted in two deaths, including a state trooper.
“Our infrastructure is crumbling and communities are flooding, but Sen. Kennedy voted against billions of dollars to improve our roads and protect Louisiana communities from natural disasters,” said Mixon.
The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services received federal approval to extend its Hurricane Ida Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (DSNAP) operation by three days to provide the large volume of applicants more time to complete DSNAP interviews.