Updated as time allows. I will start doing this every weekday. I don’t think I will be able to update much today as I expect to be busy. We shall see.
US Airstrikes Under Way in Syria
Louisiana judge rules state’s gay marriage ban unconstitutional
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Ballot for Rapides Parish | Ward/Precinct 00/N02 | Election Date: 11/04/2014
1 dead, 1 wounded in killing at scene of Marrero fire: JPSO
NOPD: Bodies of woman, toddler found in Gentilly
House fire set to cover-up a murder and suicide attempt
Five Louisiana towns with unusual names
Angry Drew Brees leads Saints to first season win over Vikings
Video: Mississippi State center stomps on two different LSU players
Louisiana College loses game on walk-off penalty
Tulane, Loyola faculty warn students, local residents of venomous caterpillars
American Red Cross to offer psychological first aid course to help disaster-related stress
Landrieu blocks bill again
MAVEN now successfully orbiting Mars. What’s next?
We could use some Roosevelts
Auditor releases nonpartisan brief on Common Core
Louisiana’s Auditor has a different take on Common Core than Bobby Jindal
Jindal misleads in his Legislative Auditor Common Core Spin
McAllister, Wife Address Controversy in First Commercial
Barfield: ‘We have a lot of unknowns that obviously concern me’ about tax amnesty
2 additional cases of West Nile confirmed in Lafourche Parish
La. lags in at-home services for disabled people
Kennedy Jr. Loses Cool at Climate Rally; Gets Handsy w/ PJTV’s Michelle Fields When She Corners Him Cries Koch Brother
RFK, Jr.: Climate Skeptics ‘Should Be at the Hague with All the Other War Criminals’ How about everybody that believes in God we throw in the Hague too, and everybody that doesn’t believe in God, well we have to be fair, throw them in the Hague. How about we throw everybody that disagrees with anybody in the Hague. How about we all voluntarily, so nobody can cry foul, never mind.
How about a Death-match with George Soros and the Koch brothers.
‘Friends’ 20th Premiere Anniversary: Top 20 Episodes From The Series
FBI probing Louisiana lawmaker after news series raises questions of double-billing
Blimp vision: View of New Orleans from above
Audit details how La. uses and pays for facilities for people with developmental disabilities
Child Pornography Case Spurs Debate on Military’s Role in Law Enforcement
The Spoiler in Louisiana
The Senate Conservatives Fund, Sarah Palin, and others have endorsed a guy named Rob Maness for U.S. Senate in Louisiana, but they appear to be doing more harm than good.
Sen. Mary Landrieu helps LSU fan out with a kegstand
This is what happens when red state politicians get DESPERATE for your vote
She’s with Mary.
Drunk with Mary.
Gonzales man arrested after threatening to kill BR judge, DA
Vets encourage hunters to microchip pets
New Orleans Burlesque Festival crowns the 2014 Queen of Burlesque
Despite more people with jobs, La. jobless rate rises in August
AgCenter: Louisiana resource for 100 years
Mississippi man, 17, held in Louisiana after Amber Alert
Saints fans upset about tickets for parking on city’s neutral grounds
Two dead in Bunkie murder-suicide
2 dead in aircraft crash at St. John Parish Airport; FAA begins investigation
6-Year-Old Killed in Bossier City Wreck
SUV window closes on Louisiana toddler’s neck, kills him on family drive
Mississippi trucker dies when 18-wheeler rolls, catches fire in Louisiana
Overnight shootings kill 2, injure 1 in New Orleans
EPA Adds Houma, La., Shipyard to National Priorities List of Superfund Sites; Five sites added and three proposed nationally
#WNTZ | http://ln.is/ow.ly/h0LWK “Valued viewers: …still dealing with equipment issues after … recent lightning strike. We apologize…”
Civil rights leaders demand ‘Django Unchained’ actress apologize to LAPD
Pennsylvania: Police ‘Confident’ They Will Find Eric Frein After Locating Gun, Ammo in Woods
Man seen on video with missing UVA student won’t talk to police
3 missing Afghan soldiers in custody
3 missing Afghans in custody at Canadian border
Most Americans don’t care very much about who controls Congress
SEC to Pay $30 Million Whistleblower Award, Its Largest Yet
The SEC didn’t name the whistleblower in question, but the regulator did say that it will be the fourth award given to an informant living in a foreign country.
MIT researchers engineer wound-healing adhesive from bacteria and mussel proteins
Liquid metal could be used to create morphing electronics