"I discovered the biggest obstacle to getting justice for our State's crime victims was neither the federal case nor the difficulty obtaining drugs: it has and continues to be your unwillingness to proceed with any executions". That's part of what the Louisiana Attorney General wrote in a letter sent to Governor John Bel Edwards Wednesday.
Hurricanes are a fact of life for Louisiana residents and one LSU Ph.D. student whose home country recently suffered from a hurricane is trying to find a better way to predict rainfall runoff and storm surge.
Hundreds of area residents lined Leesville's Third Street to show their appreciation to the Soldiers of Fort Polk during a parade that recalled a similar event that occurred on the same street during World War II on March 10, 1943.
Earlier this year, the Greek Life Implementation Committee at LSU was charged with taking recommendations from LSU President F. King Alexander and the Task Force on Greek Life and producing a final report.