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Several candidates for Texas statewide office are set to meet with veterans of foreign wars at their winter meeting in Austin.
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Marshall University's medical school has created an endowed scholarship fund through a gift from former university administrator and women's sports pioneer Dot Hicks.
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Oversight of LSU's rural Bogalusa hospital will be transferred to private management March 17.
A Lawrence woman was sentenced to 14 months in prison for selling cocaine from a day care center she ran from her home.
A lawsuit filed in federal court accuses Wiggins police of assaulting a Perkinston man after he was found guilty of a misdemeanor in Wiggins Municipal Court.