College students in Louisiana are feeling the crunch after the University of Louisiana Board of Supervisors approved a 10 percent tuition hike at all nine of their campuses for the 2013-14 school year.
Water and sewer services will be shut off at Brandywine Apartments in Baton Rouge at the end of March.
The reason for the shutoff - the owner of the complex is over $100,000 behind in utility payments.
Today, Congressman Bill Cassidy released the following statement on the Obama Administration announcing that scheduled and future public tours of the White House will not occur due to the sequestration cuts:
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality presented a loan in the amount of $45 million to the city of Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish, through funding under the Clean Water State Revolving Fund.