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Baton Rouge visual effects artists worked on hit Halle Berry project

Baton Rouge-based visual effects artists played a role in the creation of the Netflix hit movie Bruised, which marked the directorial debut for actress Halle Berry.

LED hosting virtual career fair for manufacturing Wednesday

LED FastStart will host a virtual career fair to connect job seekers with manufacturing opportunities in Louisiana on Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 2...

Louisiana named ‘Judicial Hellhole’ for ninth year in a row

The American Tort Reform Association has once again labeled Louisiana as a “Judicial Hellhole,” this year ranking the state at No. 6.

Baylor past, LSU present: Kim Mulkey isn’t apologizing for any of it

LSU women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey is at the ultimate career crossroads.

​Hillar Moore: Violent crime rises as property crime falls nationwide during pandemic

The number of murders and other violent crimes committed with firearms rose nationally and locally during the pandemic, while the rate of property crime came down, East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore says. 

How the supply chain crisis got this bad 

Ships stuck at sea, warehouses overflowing, trucks without drivers: The highly intricate and interconnected global supply chain is in upheaval, with little end in sight.

From hangovers to anti-aging treatments, IV therapy takes off in Baton Rouge 

IV drips used as a spa treatment have become popular in recent years, and some wellness centers in Baton Rouge are capitalizing on the trend.

LSU expanding computer science program to elementary schools

LSU is doubling the capacity of its BRBytes program, which aims to boost computer science in K-12 schools.

Feds halt state initiative that waives back taxes for employers who misclassify workers 

A new law passed this year that would have waived unemployment taxes and penalties for employers who misclassify their workers as independent contractors will...

How businesses can combat the labor shortage

Fewer than half of the American workers who lost their jobs during the pandemic are actively looking for work, a bad sign for businesses...

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