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Arguments expected to erupt even among supporters of Jindal’s tax plan

One of the most powerful members of the state legislature says he thinks tax reform will get passed this session, but it will not be without a bit of a battle.

2013 legislative session sees 900 pre-filed bills; budget main focus

With just days until the start of this year's legislative session lawmakers are wasting no time in filing hundreds of bills.

Teachers' union taking battle over education reform to 2013 session

This year's legislative session could be marked by some of the same battles that dominated last year's session. That is if one teachers' union has anything to say about it.

Louisiana's Earth Day set for April 21 in downtown Baton Rouge

Louisiana’s Earth Day celebration, one of the nation’s largest environmental festivals, will take place April 21, 2013 along North Blvd in downtown Baton Rouge.

I-12 to experience lane closures in Denham Springs area

I-12, Eastbound, between Range Avenue (Denham Springs) and Grey’s Creek, will have the following lane closures: Tuesday 4/2/13 – 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

71-year-old woman killed in multi-vehicle crash on I-12

A multi-vehicle fatal crash on Interstate 12 this morning took the life of a 71 year old Covington woman identified as Terry Gerot. The four vehicle crash took place shortly after 6:00 a.m.

More than 500 people served Easter lunch at St. Vincent de Paul

Some Christians spent Easter Sunday giving back to those who need our help the most. Men, women, and children of all ages packed the St. Vincent de Paul dinning room for an Easter meal.

Nola sees glimpse of future in exhibition game

In one exhibition baseball game, Austin Nola got a look at two potential pieces of his future and an important part of his past.

Restaurants ready for Easter Sunday rush

People who don't want to mess up the kitchen Sunday will head to restaurants like Mason's Grill. The general manger there said Easter Sunday is one of the busiest days of the year for restaurants.

Louisiana chefs get ready to cook a mega meal

Families across Louisiana are getting ready to start cooking easter lunch. Saturday cooks crammed the groceries and farmers markets to pick up those last minute goodies.