A recount shows Republicans Franklin Foil and Steve Carter tied for the No. 2 spot in the Senate District 16 race; if it stands, both will face Democrat Beverly Brooks Thompson in a three-way runoff.
Though all in the community express concern about the homeless, the problem with panhandling in Baton Rouge is a problem that's negatively impacting businesses across the city.
The under construction New Orleans airport is a sight to behold, but logistical concerns beg the question: How well will it actually work for the planes?
With no settlement in sight and plenty of legal maneuvering, the Alton Sterling lawsuit against the city-parish appears headed to trial in 2020.
Whole-house short-term rentals from companies like Airbnb are creating controversy in Spanish Town and elsewhere in Baton Rouge. Regulations are coming, but it’s clear not everyone will be happy.
IBM, after receiving a two-year extension, hits its promised hiring goal for its Baton Rouge operations with 811 full-time employees.
Kathleen Blanco, Louisiana's first and only female governor, should be remembered for much more than her response to Hurricane Katrina. She was a dedicated public servant who worked to improve education in the state.
Louisiana's election sign-up period opens this morning with the races for governor, six other statewide jobs and all state legislative seats on the fall...
Though the business community scored some minor victories in the recent legislative session, re-election-facing lawmakers declined to tackle any of the really meaty issues...
Mayor Sharon Weston Broome began her political career 30 years ago with a seat on the East Baton Rouge Metro Council, where she surprisingly...