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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Louisiana State University
An Arkansas judge has admitted that he posted a series of anonymous online comments that critics say are racist, sexist and otherwise inappropriate, including one in which he revealed alleged details of confidential proceedings involving actress Charlize Theron's adoption of her son.
Residents living above an oil-rich shale formation that stretches across southwest Mississippi and Louisiana have been waiting on a boom for years. A steady trickle of drilling is already boosting the rural region's economy, and spending by two oil companies could make 2014 the year that many other locals finally cash in on the oil far beneath their feet.
Downtown Alexandria has been chosen as the home of Central Louisiana Technical Community College's new main campus.
The annual Mardi Gras parade is planned Wednesday at Louisiana State University-Alexandria.
Cenla Christian Academy, a private school in Pineville, is moving its high school students to the campus of Louisiana State University of Alexandria beginning in the 2014-15 school year as part of a joint endeavor called University High of Cenla.
Louisiana State University of Alexandria has received the largest donation in its history -- $6.2 million -- from the Mulder Charitable Trust.
Dr. Joel Baines has been appointed dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine at Louisiana State University.
Veteran lobbyist Dawn Starns has been named Louisiana director of the National Federation of Independent Business.
The University of Mississippi will begin a four-year, $50 million renovation and expansion of its Student Union this summer.
Two of the lawyers who sued Jefferson Parish over the disaster "doomsday plan" that evacuated drainage pump operators as Hurricane Katrina approached say some of the jurors' questions indicate they were confused, while some of the judge's answers may be grounds for a possible appeal.
Louisiana Poet Laureate Ava Haymon will read from her works Saturday at McNeese State.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal had made a friendly bet on the 2014 Outback Bowl in Florida last week, and now the Iowa Republican owes his state some ham.
Today is Saturday, Jan. 4, the fourth day of 2014. There are 361 days left in the year.
Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak wore a busy multi-colored tie that he said belonged to and fit the flamboyant personality of team owner Bud Adams.
The evolution of the comic strip has been seen through the eyes of historians, academics, critics, fans and even the cartoonists themselves. It has helped us to better understand the cartoonist's role, evolving story lines and the development (and occasional disappearance) of main and supporting characters, among other things.