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Biden’s ban on new federal leases prompts outrage from energy industry

Industry is reacting with outrage to President Joe Biden’s announcement today of a moratorium on new oil and gas lease sales on federal lands...

Rock Paper Taco plans March opening

Restaurateur Joshua Duke is planning an early March opening for his newest endeavor, Rock Paper Taco, which will open on West Chimes Street by LSU.

Pediatrician from Baton Rouge killed in hostage situation at Austin clinic

The Baton Rouge community is reeling today after news of the death of Dr. Katherine Lindley Spaht Dodson, a Baton Rouge native and Austin...

Roundup: Vaccine distribution / Census data delays / MLK memorial

By appointment only: Woman’s Hospital today announced it is partnering with the Baton Rouge Clinic to distribute COVID-19 vaccinations based on the tiers set...

ExxonMobil planning changes to board amid activist pressure

ExxonMobil is preparing to make changes to its board and adopt further measures to reduce its carbon footprint as the beleaguered energy giant faces...

2020 Louisiana hurricanes have cost insurers $5B in claims so far

Insurance companies have so far paid out $5 billion to thousands of Louisiana customers with damage from the 2020 hurricanes, according to data released...

Steve Carter remembered for lifetime of championing Capital Region

Steve Carter, a three-term state representative from Baton Rouge who ran for mayor-president last year, is remembered by business leaders as a trailblazing education...

Manship Theatre slashes expenses, gets creative with marketing

March 5 will mark exactly one year since the Manship Theatre in the Shaw Center for the Arts hosted a live performance.

City-parish launches web-based platform Open Budget BR

In an effort to increase transparency, Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome announced the launch of Open Budget BR, a new web-based platform providing an interactive...

Contractors indicted over oil leaks from platforms off Louisiana

Two supervisors with a Houston-based oil company are facing federal charges after federal prosecutors said they knowingly allowed oil to leak from their platforms...

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