BREC is working to ensure its facilities capture as much stormwater as possible, a parks system official says. The system’s work can help demonstrate how “green” infrastructure can work with “gray” infrastructure such as drainage pipes to reduce flood risk.
The Louisiana Office of State Fire Marshal allegedly misused more than $800,000 between August 2020 and April 29, 2021, according to a report from the Louisiana legislative auditor.
Capital Region petrochemical plants are expected to go ahead next year with maintenance and turnaround work that was put on the back burner due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Greater Baton Rouge Industry Alliance CEO Connie Fabré says.
Two of Baton Rouge’s three river-adjacent casinos saw significant revenue gains last month, leading to a market-wide increase of 20.7%, according to the latest report to the Louisiana Gaming Control Board made public today.
The Louisiana Community and Technical College System is seeing indications of enrollment growth after new enrollments fell off last year, the system’s chief public affairs officer says.
Repair or expand? That’s the decision states including Louisiana have to make following the passage of President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill and the $110 billion that goes with it for highways and bridges.
Louisiana and southeast Texas are well positioned to benefit from the transition to a less carbon-intensive energy future, a Harvard University professor who worked on a major study says.
How many consultants does it take to run CATS? The shocking answering is at least 10, including three for marketing and communications.
Given recent events and the ongoing Title IX scandal at LSU, one has to wonder why an AgCenter professor is still employed by the university?