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Tellurian Gauging Support to Expand Driftwood Natural Gas Pipeline in LouisianaTellurian Inc. subsidiary Driftwood Pipeline LLC is holding a binding open season through Friday to test support for up to 4.6 Bcf/d on the proposed Line 200 and Line 300 expansion project in Louisiana.

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Louisiana Policy Institute for Children Releases Findings on $245 Million Collective Loss and Challenges for Louisiana Child Care Providers Due to COVThe Louisiana Policy Institute for Children released findings from the fourth survey of childcare providers.

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Louisiana Continues COVID Reopening By Easing RestrictionsThe Governor made the announcements on COVID reopening during his press conference today.

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'It Wasn't Right,' Young Woman Who Recorded Chauvin And Floyd On Video Tells CourtThe young woman whose cellphone video showed former police officer Derek Chauvin holding his knee on George Floyd's neck says she was drawn to the curb in Minneapolis by the sight of "a man terrified, scared, begging for his life."

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Attack On Asian Woman In Manhattan, As Bystanders Watched, To Be Probed As Hate CrimeA 65-year-old Asian American woman was physically and verbally attacked by an unidentified man in Midtown Manhattan on Monday in an incident police say they are investigating as a hate crime.

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City Could Go Door-To-Door Offering Shots If Vaccination Rate Doesn't ImproveNew Orleans officials are urging people to get vaccinated as they race against the threat of new coronavirus variants.

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As Gov. Edwards eases COVID restrictions, New Orleans staying put with capacity limitsNew Orleans officials aren't planning to loosen coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday despite the move by Gov.

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Louisiana school board OKs $1K supplement for staff, subsA Louisiana school district has approved a $1,000 one-time supplement for employees to thank them for their work during a school year filled with challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ken Burns' 'Hemingway' Docuseries Dives Into The Writer's Complicated LifeHemingway, the latest PBS documentary series from Ken Burns and company, has several names attached who have become a sort of repertory group.

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Should Masking Last Beyond The Pandemic? Flu And Colds Are Down, Spurring A DebateThe teachers at New Hope Academy in Franklin, Tenn., were chatting the other day. The private Christian school has met in person throughout much of the coronavirus pandemic — requiring masks and trying to keep kids apart, to the degree it is possible with young children.

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Department of Education Announces Semifinalist for 2022 Louisiana Teacher and Principal of the Year AwardFinalists to be announced during this year's Teacher Leader Summit in New Orleans.

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The Murder Trial Of Derek ChauvinThe trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin is now underway in is accused of murdering George Floyd by kneeling on his neck for.

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The Sounds Of America: ‘The Harder They Come'Jimmy Cliff, plus a mix of songs from artists now recognized as icons of the genre, including Toots and the Maytals and Desmond Dekker.

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Across America: When the Economy ‘Bounces Back,' Who Actually Recovers?According to several indicators, the state of the American economy is supposedly slowly improving. and.

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The Future Of U.S. Involvement In AfghanistanThe war in Afghanistan is known by several other names: America's longest war, the forever war and the endless war, to name a few.

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Unsolved St. Tammany Parish killing of Nanette Krentel the subject of a new WWL-TV podcastWhen the body of Nanette Krentel, a Covington-area fire chiefs wife, was found burned in the home they shared in Lacombe, the questions began immediately.

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Remote Work Is Leading To More Gender And Racial Harassment, Say Tech WorkersTech workers say they have experienced more harassment based on gender, age and race or ethnicity while working remotely during the pandemic, according to a survey from a nonprofit group that advocates for diversity in Silicon Valley.

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The Place with No EdgeOn today's episode, Jacques and Simone welcome author Adam Mandelman to discuss his book, The Place with No Edge: An Intimate History of People, Technology, and the Mississippi River Delta, "a book about people's dreams of mastering nature through technology in one of the wettest, most unruly landscapes of North America."

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'Lovecraft Country' Creator Aims To Reclaim The Horror Genre For People Of ColorThe HBO series Lovecraft Country takes the real horrors of the Black experience in the 1950s and adds to it the supernatural terrors of the horror genre.

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Meet 'Voltswagen': VW Rebrands In U.S. To Signal Electric AmbitionsVolkswagen of America says it's rebranding itself as Voltswagen of America, to reflect the company's ambition to transition entirely to electric vehicles.

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Brazil: Military Chiefs Replaced Amid Major Reshuffle Of Bolsonaro GovernmentA major reshuffling of the government continues in Brazil as the Ministry of Defense announced that the commanders of the army, navy and air force will each be replaced.

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Opelousas General Health System Foundation Named Grant Recipient from Southwest Louisiana Area Health Education CenterOpelousas, La., 03/30/21 - Opelousas General Health System Foundation is the recipient of a grant from Southwest Louisiana Area Health Education Center to encourage quitting tobacco and address other community needs in an effort to improve the overall health of St. Landry Parish residents.

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Judge In Chauvin Trial Rules That Underage Witnesses Can TestifyOn the second day of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's murder trial, the judge considered a motion about the testimony of minors — including a witness whose video of the killing of George Floyd was seen around the world.

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Two Decades For A First Symphony, Plus A Spanish ThrowbackIs there such a thing as too much beauty in one radio broadcast? Stay tuned as we attempt to find out...

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Italian Mob Fugitive Caught In Caribbean After Posting Cooking Videos OnlineAn Italian organized crime suspect was caught in the Caribbean after police tracked him down through cooking videos he had uploaded online in which he managed to hide his face but not his distinctive tattoos.

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Louisiana will soon be one of the few Southern states with a mask mandate still in effectAs of this week, all the states Louisiana borders will have dropped their mandates.

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Louisiana State Troopers congratulate K-9 JackCongratulations to Trooper K-9 Jack for a job well done this past week. Jack assisted Troopers with a traffic stop which resulted in the discovery of various illegal narcotics.

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Keep On ScheduleGetty The coronavirus pandemic is responsible for many cancelled plans, as well as creative pivots for couples saying, “I Do, ” and those helping them in their nuptial endeavors.

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The Timeline To Rename Some New Orleans Public Schools Just Got A Little Bit LongerNew Orleanians looking to weigh in on a plan to rename public schools currently honoring slave owners, confederate officials and segregation supporters now have two additional weeks to make their case, the district announced Monday.

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Fewer Than Half Of U.S. Adults Belong To A Religious Congregation, New Poll ShowsFewer than half of U.S. adults say they belong to a church, synagogue or mosque, according to a new Gallup survey that highlights a dramatic trend away from religious affiliation in recent years among all age groups.

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Unrequited Love And History's Most Famous Opium Trip"Berlioz tells it like it is. You take a trip, you wind up screaming at your own funeral."

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New Orleans Public Schools Report Weekly COVID-19 Cases In The Single Digits For Third Straight WeekNew Orleans Public Schools reported nine new cases of COVID-19 last week, according to an update shared Monday afternoon.

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Community Foundation of North Louisiana awards $16K in scholarshipsWith each campus receiving $8,000, scholarships were awarded based upon financial need, instructor recommendation, and program of study.

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After multiple tries, Louisiana couple finally ties the knotHOLLY BEACH, La. — The fourth time was the charm for a Louisiana couple who finally got married after the coronavirus pandemic and a nasty hurricane season delayed three previous wedding attempts.

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Shoot Me UpGetty The whole past year has been an exercise in risk assessment: At first, when I really had no idea how to stay safe, everything was fraught and terrifying.

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Louisiana Survey: Economy, COVID-19 emerge as residents' top concernsThe economy and the COVID-19 pandemic have replaced education and transportation infrastructure as Louisiana residents' top concerns, according to the first of five reports from the 2021 Louisiana Survey.

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5 Things to Know About New Jets DL Sheldon RankinsSheldon Rankins, signed by the Jets as an unrestricted free agent last week, is a quiet but confident defensive lineman whose goal on the field is "to dominate." Here are five things you may not have known about the newest addition to head coach Robert Saleh's refurbished four-man defensive line.

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12.3 million available for Louisiana fisheries assistanceThe funding will directly support coastal states and territories, including Louisiana, whose fisheries have suffered under the pandemic.

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Global stocks decline on virus worries, Wall St declineBEIJING — Global stocks and fell Wednesday after Wall Street declined and European governments extended anti-coronavirus lockdowns, clouding the outlook for economic recovery.

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Pliant Technologies Sets New Standard At University Of LouisianaMonroe, LA — When the University of Louisiana Monroe. School of Visual and Performing Arts was looking to update its existing wireless intercom system, the task of finding the right equipment was left in the very capable hands of the program's veteran Technical Director Steven Burnside.

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Jury trials resuming in LouisianaJury trials will resume in Louisiana with COVID-19 protocols in place.

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Google Duplex is finally available in every US state a€” except for LouisianaAt Google I/O last year, we got our first glimpse of Duplex, an AI that can place phone calls for you to secure dining reservations.

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Louisiana 16-year-old encourages other teens to get vaccinated after receiving first Pfizer shotWith mom's help, she's just one Louisiana teen who voluntarily signed up for the Pfizer vaccine.

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Watertown lawmakers approve police reform planWATERTOWN  City Council members on Tuesday night commended the police chief and city staff for the way they handled the local process of putting together a police reform plan.

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Covid UK: Boris Johnson gets AstraZeneca vaccine at St Thomas's HospitalThe Prime Minister, 56, gave a triumphant thumbs up after having his inoculation at St Thomas' in central London - the same hospital he was admitted to when struck down with Covid last year.

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Central Louisiana's top performers from week of March 22-28The Tioga Indians boys and girls powerlifting teams won Division II titles at the LHSAA meet to lead a list of top performances for the week.

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Draeger opens facility in LouisianaThe new location offers Dräger’s full portfolio of safety products and its offering of rental and safety services for the oil, gas and chemical industries.

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Edwards keeps Louisiana mask rule, ditches many virus limitsBATON ROUGE, La. — Louisiana will end many of its coronavirus restrictions for businesses, but will keep its statewide mask mandate in place even as several states have shed face covering requirements, Gov.

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Ed Orgeron responds to security guard's Derrius Guice testimony: 'I truthfully do not remember'LSU coach Ed Orgeron said Tuesday morning that he does not remember speaking to Gloria Scott, a 74-year-old who testified Friday that Orgeron rejected her request to punish LSU's then-star running back Derrius Guice after he allegedly sexually harassed her while she was working at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in 2017.

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Asian markets build on Wall St lead after US jobs dataMarkets rose in Asia on Friday, capping another painful week for investors as a forecast-beating US jobs report and Joe Biden's pledge to double his vaccination target soothed recent worries over rising infections and new lockdowns in Europe.

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Free things if you get COVID vaccine: Here's what's available in New OrleansTo get the freebies, you need to show proof of vaccination via the paper COVID-19 vaccination record card filled out at the time of your shot.

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What songs would you like to be vaccinated to? Here are some suggestionsVaccine Fest kicked off in Metairie Monday morning, a 24-hour event that hopes to put the Moderna vaccine in 6,500 arms in a festival-like setting at the Shrine on Airline before it wraps up later this morning.

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Affordable housing attainable attainable in most Louisiana metro areas a€” except in these parishesHomeownership remains affordable for the average person in most of Louisiana’s metro areas — except in Orleans, Livingston and Tangipahoa parishes, a regular study of housing prices shows.

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NOLA Public Schools K-8 students can return to campus MondayThe announcement comes as the city moves to a modified phase two.

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Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards keeps mask mandate, loosens other COVID restrictionsCapacity limits on Louisiana restaurants and bars will be lifted, but certain restrictions will remain in place.

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Louisiana keeping mask mandate, lifting capacity limits on bars, restaurants, gymsGov. John Bel Edwards loosened Louisiana's coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday, lifting capacity limits on bars, restaurants, salons, gyms, and casinos, while maintaining some limits on crowd sizes at larger venues.

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Here's where to get free things for COVID vaccination in Baton Rouge areaOver in New Orleans, Â Prytania Theatre owner Robert Brunet is offering free movie admission to anyone who shows proof of vaccine until March 30, with more anticipated offerings throughout the year.

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Louisiana educators among semifinalists for Teacher and Principal of the Year AwardsFinalists will be selected and announced live at the 2021 Teacher Leader Summit during the event on May 25 in New Orleans.

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With more aid coming, Louisiana lawmaker scraps gas tax hikeThe latest bid to boost Louisiana's gasoline tax has ended without a legislative vote. Rep.

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ACLU sues Louisiana State Police for access to facial recognition documentsAccording to suit, the State Police falsely claimed it did not have records on facial recognition.

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New Orleans Convention Center selects developer to build new riverfront neighborhoodThe Convention Center and development team now enter a year-long negotiating period for the massive new development.

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Caribbean Journal Caribbean Moment: On the Beach in St ThomasThere are few more spectacular stretches of sand anywhere in the Caribbean than Magens Bay, the renowned white-sand crescent on St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands.

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World Health Organization To Release Report On Origins Of PandemicCopyright 2021 NPR.

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The Motel In The TV Show 'Schitt's Creek' Is For SaleCopyright 2021 NPR.

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U.S. Strategic Command Deletes Tweet That Appeared To Be GibberishCopyright 2021 NPR.

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Proposed federal rule change could impact funding for some Louisiana citiesTwo Louisiana cities could lose their status as metropolitan statistical areas under a proposed rule change to the federal Office of Management and Budget - a move that could impact the areas' federal funding and economic development initiatives.

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Biden Makes First Judicial Nominations, Including A Supreme Court ContenderPresident Biden announced his first judicial nominations Tuesday, including Ketanji Brown Jackson for the U.S. Court of Appeals seat vacated by Merrick Garland when he became U.S. attorney general.

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5 Things to Know About New Vikings S Xavier WoodsThe Vikings are welcoming Xavier Woods to the fold.

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NOLA Public Schools' COVID-19 tracker upgrade reveals additional casesThe district recently changed its public reporting system to show a cumulative case count among students and staff for the school year.

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Vikings Agree to Terms with Former Cowboys S Xavier WoodsThe Vikings have bolstered their safeties group through free agency.

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Teachers, daycare staff eligible for vaccine beginning MondayEdwards adds nearly 500,000 to vaccine eligible list. Meanwhile, freezing weather has delayed this week's shipments to Louisiana and throughout the country.

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Former juvenile public defender Tenee Felix to lead DA's Juvenile DivisionFelix is part of a string of appointments of former defense attorneys and civil rights lawyers in Williams' DA's office.

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Elevate Your Taco Tuesday… By Putting It on AutopilotIt's no secret that I appreciate a good freezer meal. I love to cook, but I'll be joining the "Two Under Two" Club any day now and do not have the time nor the energy to cook every single day.

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Prisoners over 70 in state-run facilities receive first round of COVID-19 vaccineSome prison employees have received shots as well. No answers available yet on local pretrial detainees.

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COMIC: Pueblo Tribal Teacher On The Difficulty Of Getting Students OnlineIt's been a year since teachers were handed an unprecedented request: Educate students in entirely new ways amid the backdrop of a pandemic.

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Louisiana task force recommends closed primaries for CongressA state task force voted Monday to recommend moving to closed party primaries but did not take a position on other elections, The Center Square reports.

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911 board approves multimillion-dollar law enforcement records, analytics systemThe governing board of the Orleans Parish Communications District — the state agency that runs the city's 911 and 311 systems — finalized the procurement of a new records management and analytics system at a special meeting on Wednesday.

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Gas leak shuts down N Sherwood Forest Blvd Tuesday morning58 minutes 59 seconds ago Tuesday, March 30 2021 Mar 30, 2021 March 30, 2021 10:28 AM March 30, 2021 in News.

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FOOD SAFETY: Latest Jefferson County restaurant scoresThe Jefferson County Department of Health regularly inspects establishments in Jefferson County where food is prepared or sold for human consumption.

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Updates: Damontae Kazee Officially Signs; MoreDon't miss any of the action with our daily updates: news, notes and more throughout the Cowboys' regular season.

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Entergy warns against mini-tender offerEntergy is urging shareholders not to accept an offer from a Canadian investment company that wants to buy 1 million shares of company stock at a discounted price — an offer that represents 0.53% of all of Entergy’s shares.

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Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Replaces Multiple Cabinet MembersCopyright 2021 NPR.

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As Bad Information Spreads, Florida Schools Seek To Teach 'Digital Literacy'At Countryside High School in Clearwater, Fla., 16-year-old Sage Waite is already taking a class in cybersecurity, and she'd welcome one that's.

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Best In Show: Our Favorite College PodcastsFrom quarantining in dorms to staring at the screen in online classes — it was a wild year to be a college student.

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Oath Keepers, Proud Boys Are Under Intense Scrutiny Following Capitol RiotCopyright 2021 NPR.

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Virgin Galactic rolls out latest generation of spaceshipVirgin Galactic rolled out its newest spaceship Tuesday as the company looks to resume test flights in the coming months at its headquarters in the New Mexico desert.

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How to Pretend You're in New Orleans TonightThe Crescent City is the kind of place you daydream about long after you're gone.

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NPR/Marist Poll: Biden Gets High Marks On COVID-19. It's Not The Case On ImmigrationAmericans say President Biden is faring well when it comes to his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and, to a lesser extent, the economy, a new NPR.

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Evicted And Homeless Due To Pandemic — 'I Literally Had To Sleep In My Car'Getting evicted can hurt you in a bunch of different ways. You don't have to tell that to 57-year-old Gregory Curry in Dothan, Ala.

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'Fiasco Waiting To Happen': Millions At Risk Of Losing Power Over Unpaid BillsMillions of people are at risk of losing electricity in the coming weeks because of unpaid power bills, even as Congress has authorized billions of dollars in supplemental relief.

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'She Just Wanted It': One Girl's Journey To Becoming An Eagle ScoutNo one around her doubted that 14-year-old Scarlett Helmecki would make it to the rank of Eagle Scout.

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Racial Equity In Vaccination? Dialysis Centers Can Help With ThatFrankie Shaw was diabetic by age 22, had a stroke at 35, and for the last five years has been on dialysis, a grueling treatment regime that requires either multiple visits to a clinic each week or hours a day, multiple days a week on a home machine.

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DSNAP approved for 23 Parishes impacted by winter stormsThe Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services announced Tuesday, March 30 that it has received federal approval to begin virtual Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program operations in 23 parishes severely affected by the winter storms on Feb.

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Prosecutors Add Sex Trafficking Charges Against Ghislaine MaxwellFederal prosecutors in New York filed new charges of sex trafficking a minor and sex trafficking conspiracy Monday against Ghislaine Maxwell, the former associate of Jeffrey Epstein.

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Bricolage Academy board takes first look at educators' union driveBricolage Academy's governing board on Wednesday discussed the latest New Orleans charter school union drive — from Bricolage Academy Educators United — in private for over an hour with its attorneys in its first public meeting since receiving the union petition.

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Orgeron doesn't 'remember' conversation with woman who accused Derrius Guice of harassmentLSU coach Ed Orgeron said Tuesday morning that he does not remember speaking to Gloria Scott, a 74-year-old who testified Friday that Orgeron rejected her request to punish LSU's then-star running back Derrius Guice after he allegedly sexually harassed her while she was working at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in 2017.

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Five Ways NFL Free Agency Has Already Impacted the Bucs' 2021 SeasonTampa Bay Buccaneers A good amount of QB shuffling has changed the look of the Bucs' list of opposing passers this year, and free agency around the league has had other effects on Tampa Bay's upcoming season, as well Scott Smith.

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Baton Rouge credit union gets regulatory approval to expand membershipLa Capitol Federal Credit Union, based in Baton Rouge, was approved by the National Credit Union Administration to expand its membership region to six new parishes.

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Goldberg, Zendaya to be honored at Essence Hollywood awardsWhoopi Goldberg, Andra Day and Zendaya will be among the honorees at this year's Essence Black Women in Hollywood event, which will be livestreamed during Oscars week for the first time this year.

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In Latest Power Move, Beijing Approves Electoral Overhaul For Hong KongChinese officials approved a major overhaul to Hong Kong's electoral system on Tuesday that will change how elected officials are chosen in Hong Kong.

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BRPD officer on court probation after pleading no contest to DWI crash with injuriesOfficer Dave Davis Jr. of the Baton Rouge Police Department is on court probation until early 2022 after pleading no contest to driving while intoxicated in a February 2020 crash that left a second driver injured.

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Jury trials resuming in LouisianaYou have to be able to watch their facial expressions as part of what goes into weighing somebody’s credibility, trying to make that determination of how truthful the person is or how reliable their testimony may be, ” said Judge Manning.

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Roger Federer teams up with Switzerland TourismMumbai , March 30 : After years of positively representing Switzerland through his sporting excellence and friendly, down-to-earth manner, Roger Federer has now become an official brand ambassador for the destination of Switzerland.

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Louisiana 16-year-old encourages other teens to get vaccinated after receiving first Pfizer shotWHO dismisses Wuhan lab leak theory; US passes 550K coronavirus deaths; more Americans eligible for vaccines: Live COVID-19 updates.

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Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries provides text alerts for important newsLouisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is providing text messages for important news from its email newsletters.

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Former Vice President Pence reemerges, lays groundwork for 2024 runAccording to the Associated Press, former Vice President Mike Pence is steadily reentering public life as he eyes a potential run for the White House in 2024; the news outlet says he is joining conservative organizations, writing op-eds, delivering speeches and launching an advocacy group that will focus on promoting the Trump administration's...

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K-pop stars share personal accounts of prejudice, racial discriminationK-pop stars BTS have spoken out about their own experience with racial discrimination in the wake of rising anti-Asian violence in the US.

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Mock draft tracker 10.0: Safety, lines popular at No. 25With again little new about how analysts feel about the Jaguars and the No. 1 selection in the 2021 NFL Draft, the "news" in this 10th 2021 jaguars.com mock draft tracker again focuses on Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

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NBA roundup: Russell Westbrook logs historic triple-doubleRussell Westbrook made NBA history by recording 35 points, a season-high 21 assists and 14 rebounds as the host Washington Wizards earned a 132-124 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Monday.

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Former SU band director sentenced to federal prison, must pay back nearly $80KThe former director of one of Louisiana's internationally recognized marching bands is set to appear before a judge for sentencing on Tuesday morning.

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Authorities search for Vernon Parish thieves accused of stealing FedEx semi truck, trailerThe Vernon Parish Sheriff's Office is searching for a pair of suspects accused of stealing an entire FedEx semi truck and trailer on March 19, 2021.

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Taxi regulation moved from Dept. of Safety and Permits to Dept. of Public WorksThe New Orleans Ground Transportation Bureau — which provides regulatory oversight for school buses, party buses, taxis, rideshares, pedicabs, and tour guides — will be moved from the city's Department of Safety and Permits to the Department of Public Works.

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Kraigg Brathwaite praises Rahkeem CornwallSt John's, March 30 : West Indies Test skipper Kraigg Brathwaite has said that all-rounder Rahkeem Cornwall is on his way to move up the batting order.

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With ship now freed, a probe into Suez Canal blockage beginsOn Tuesday, March 30 as experts boarded the massive container ship called 'Ever Giver' that became stuck in the Suez Canal for nearly a week and caused major delays to maritime commerce, a senior canal pilot told journalists the experts were looking for signs of damage and trying to determine why the vessel ran aground.

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Death at Mt Geryon in Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National ParkPolice and emergency services were notified by a member of a climbing party that a man had fallen from a significant height while climbing the south peak of Mt Geryon about 9.30am this morning.

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2 A320's Collide in St Petersburg, RussiaThe left wing winglet of an S7 Airlines Airbus A320neo collided into the APU of a Ural Airlines A320.

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Biden, CDC director warn of virus rebound if nation lets upPresident Joe Biden and a top health official warned that too many Americans are declaring virus victory too quickly, appealing for mask requirements and other restrictions to be maintained or restored to stave off a "fourth surge" of COVID-19.

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Louisiana coach Billy Napier: Joe Judge 'one of the elite minds in football'New York Giants head coach Joe Judge has quickly developed a reputation for being extremely intelligent, well-prepared and an excellent communicator.

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With vaccinations expanded to those 16 and older, some take advantage, overcome fearsEarly in the rollout of the novel coronavirus vaccine, hair salon co-owner Jacqueline Richardson was hesitant to receive the shot.

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IEEFA Says Formosa Plastics Plant Not Financially ViableIn a March 23rd article, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis said that Formosa’s new plastic plant being built in “Cancer Alley” in St. James Parish, would not be financially sustainable, writing, “IEEFA finds that the project will begin operations at a time of market oversupply, lower petrochemical...

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A Lovely Little Beach Hotel in St CroixTommy the cat doesn't actually belong to the Sand Castle on the Beach hotel in St. Croix: he's really a resident of the Cottages by the Sea.

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NCAA tightens transfer rules, asks for more detailed reports from member schools, playersThe college football transfer system could soon become more cumbersome with plans for tightened requirements, according to new waiver guidelines passed by the NCAA on Wednesday morning.

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Louisiana 16-year-old encourages other teens to get vaccinated after receiving first Pfizer shot"I do love socializing and everything, but at the same time I'm the kind of person who says this is a human decency thing..."

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Northshores Fisher commits to Les Miles and the JayhawksJosh Buelle has yet to coach a game at Northshore High, but already has his first power five prospect.

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West Indies score 287/7 on Day One of 2nd TestSt John's, March 30 : West Indies skipper Kraigg Brathwaite's unbeaten knock of 99 helped his side post 287/7 on Day One of the second Test against Sri Lanka on Monday here at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium.

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Blotter: Watertown police activity for Sunday, March 21WATERTOWN  Tashina M. Thompson, 26, of 2428 N. 29th St., Philadelphia, Penn., was charged by city police Sunday with fourth-degree criminal mischief.

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Judge says city can't get out of building new jail facilityThe city of New Orleans was asking to be let out of an order to build the so-called Phase III facility, intended for inmate medical and mental health care.

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'I'm ready for life': Thousands get inoculated as COVID vaccines open to anyone 16+ in LouisianaAs she sat in her car in a parking lot off of Airline Drive Monday, 58-year-old Robin Lee posed for a picture with a COVID-19 vaccine confirmation sticker and listened.

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Delfin LNG project in Cameron Parish delayed for yearsDelfin LNG LLC, a Houston-based energy company with plans to build a floating liquefaction vessel and export terminal in Cameron Parish is delaying its project by more than three years, the company told the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in a recent filing.Â.

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Dogs dress up to receive St Lazarus blessings in NicaraguaHundreds of dogs received the blessing of the protector of animals and the sick.

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Emergency funding for public transportation is an economic necessityPublic transportation systems across the country have taken major hits during the pandemic, losing rider fares as workers stayed home.

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Southwest Louisiana Independence Center providing resources for vaccinationsToday is the first day anyone in Louisiana over the age of 16 can get a COVID vaccine, and as more in the community become eligible, several Lake Area organizations are making sure the most vulnerable have access to the vaccine, which includes those with disabilities.

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Louisiana veterans "welcomed home" on National Vietnam War Veterans DayOrganizers gave the former service members warm handshakes, pinned them and presented them with special challenge coins that read "welcome home Vietnam veterans"

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COVID Carnival could've been betterThe Krewe has been decorating their House Floats for weeks, thousands have sent in their addresses and House Float photos to be included on the Official Krewe of House Floats Map, and even more have been asking ‘where are all these fabulous House Floats located’”Â.

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GREAT HEALTH DIVIDE: Overdose deaths surge in Mississippi Delta states, Louisiana at top of listLouisiana leads the region and nation in deadly overdoses. We examine how local agencies are stepping in to bridge the Great Health Divide plaguing minority and rural communities.

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COVID-19 cases in schools tick up and quarantines triple over last weekOfficials said more than 3,300 educators have been vaccinated through district partnerships.

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Karen Carter Peterson: head of new Chameleon Party: from Louisiana Dem. Chair to Jindal supporter to Green New DealRemember those “extreme makeover” shows that aired on ABC-TV a couple of decades ago? The original show featured people undergoing plastic surgery, hair and wardrobe changes that changed their whole identities.

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After break, some Tulane professors worry about return to campusNew Orleans' largest four-year university an largest on-campus residential population, saw significant numbers of infections last fall.

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The Portugal News goes green for St Patrick's DayTo mark St Patrick's Day today, celebrated around the globe on 17 March, The Portugal News has gone green, while a record number of Portuguese landmarks are...

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State appeals court upholds ruling against DA's office in fake subpoena records caseA district court judge ruled that former DA Cannizzaro is personally liable for more than $50,000 in penalties.

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2 ex-Louisiana College students indicted in ID theft scamSHREVEPORT, La. — A grand jury has indicted two former Louisiana College students as part of a scheme to steal money from other students, federal prosecutors said.

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Mississippi gov praises teachers as he signs pay raise billTate Reeves on Monday signed a bill authorizing a $1,000 pay raise for...

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Photos: Vax Fest, we love our festivals in LouisianaSarah Farr receives the Moderna COVID vaccine from an Ochsner nurse, while her dog Wilbur watches, during Vax Fest at the Shrine on Airline Metairie Monday, March 29, 2021.

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Cubic Investor Alert By The Former Attorney General Of Louisiana: Kahn Swick And Foti, Llc Investigates Adequacy Of Price And Process In Proposed SaleFormer Attorney General of Louisiana Charles C. Foti, Jr., Esq. and the law firm of Kahn Swick and Foti, LLC are investigating the...

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GOP disagreement emerges over whether to change Louisiana's unique open primary electionsAs the state Legislature prepares to debate whether to change Louisiana’s unique open primary election system and move to closed party primaries, a public disagreement between some of the state’s top Republican officials has emerged over the question.

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Two-Thirds Of Louisiana Voters Back Marijuana Legalization, Poll FindsTwo-thirds of Louisiana voters—including a majority of Republicans—are in favor of legalizing marijuana for medical and recreational purposes, according to a new poll.

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As The End Of The Pandemic Becomes Real, Here's What People Are Dreaming AboutAILSA CHANG, HOST: Recently, we asked listeners to share what they're most excited.

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Residents frustrated with set-backs in construction of Comite Diversion CanalResidents in Central expressed lots of frustration with the Comite Diversion Canal's continuous delays.

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Chanticleers Shut Out in Monday Contest at LouisianaThe Coastal Carolina baseball team put a runner on base in all but one inning but couldn't get a timely hit in a 7-0 loss to the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns on Monday afternoon at Russo Park in Lafayette, La.

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New Orleans City Council passes curfew expansion on consent agendaThe council voted to expand the city curfew to 17-year-olds over pushback from dozens of people opposed to the measure.

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YPG of Cenla Lunch and LearnYoung Professionals Group is a network of community leaders in their 20's, 30's and 40's to enhance the development of Central Louisiana for attraction and retention of young professionals.

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Saint Louis Catholic's Halyn Senegal unofficially breaks Louisiana High School girls 800-meter recordSt. Louis's Halyn Senegal topped the LHSAA girls 800-meter record time at last week's Taussig Relays.

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Auburn Commit Rathle puts up 3:45 400 IM at Louisiana SC State MeetJacques Rathle of Crawfish Aquatics put up the 4th fastest time in the country this year in the 17-18 400 IM at the Louisiana SC State Meet.

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Minneapolis 911 Dispatcher Testifies: 'Something Was Wrong'Prosecutors began calling witnesses to the stand on Monday afternoon in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd in.

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The Best New Happy Hours in New Orleans14 restaurants and bars with new food and drink specials for that magical time known as happy hour.

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What caused 8,500 customers in New Orleans to lose power? A balloon, Entergy saysIt was short-lived, but a mass outage left thousands of New Orleanians without power mid-Monday morning.

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Keelian Boyd Sr., artist and big chief known as 'the Hat Man,' dies at 37Keelian Boyd Sr., an artist and celebrated big chief of the Young Maasai Hunters, died Sunday of heart failure at the Ochsner Health Center in Chalmette.

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DA's office asks state appeals court to reverse ruling in fake subpoena records caseA district court judge awarded an attorney more than $50,000 last year. The lawyers who represented her are seeking nearly $135,000 for legal fees and costs associated with the multi-year suit.

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City Council sets curfew expansion to pass without debate, upsetting advocatesIf the proposal passes, the city's curfew, which now applies to anyone under 17, would apply to anyone under 18.

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Open for business: Fests, farmers markets, more planned for Denham Springs downtownThe last few days have been a whirlwind of planning and promoting for the Denham Springs Spring Festival, making its return April 24 after the coronavirus canceled the 2020 event.

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Key Louisiana Lawmaker Signals Support For Mobile Sports BettingA Louisiana legislator says he will propose a measure at the upcoming session to allow sports betting on mobile devices.

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Researchers Are One Step Closer To Redefining The SecondSo every time you drive down the road and you're using Google Maps, you're using a timing signal from an atomic clock.

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Massachusetts Is Modifying Triple-Deckers To Reduce Greenhouse Gas EmissionsCopyright 2021 WBUR. To see more, visit WBUR. AILSA CHANG, HOST: President Biden's sprawling infrastructure proposal is likely to include money for.

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President Of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro Is Replacing Multiple Members Of His CabinetThere is political upheaval in Brazil. The country is already at the epicenter of the pandemic, accounting for about a quarter of the world's daily deaths from COVID-19.

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RPSO says Louisiana Sheriff's Association Scholarship Program is underwayRapides Parish Sheriff Mark Wood has announced the opening of the application process for the 2021 Louisiana Sheriff's Association Scholarship Program.

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Shareholder Alert By Former Louisiana Attorney General: Ksf Reminds Cydy, Ride, Root Investors…Press release content from Globe Newswire. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation.

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Third District Attorney John Belton plans to run for Louisiana Attorney General in 2023Incumbent Republican Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is expected to run for governor in 2023.

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Shareholder Alert By Former Louisiana Attorney General: Ksf Reminds Clov, Irtc Investors Of…Press release content from Globe Newswire. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation.

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Remembering Mama Sarah: Philanthropist And Obama Family Matriarch Dies In Kenya At 99Tributes are flooding in for Sarah Obama, philanthropist and step-grandmother of former U.S. President Barack Obama.

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The Only 'Just Verdict' Is To Find Chauvin Not Guilty, Defense SaysDerek Chauvin's trial on murder charges will see several significant battles over how essential facts in the case are interpreted, the former Minneapolis police officer's defense attorney, Eric Nelson, said during Monday's opening arguments.

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Average gas price jumps a nickel per gallon to $2.94. Lowest average is in this Louisiana cityCAMARILLO, Calif.  The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline jumped a nickel per gallon over the past two weeks to $2.94.

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Florida panhandle police on track to arrest more spring breakers than usual: reportHundreds of people vacationing in northwest Florida for spring break have been arrested, according to a report from the Northwest Florida Daily News.

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Visible work on LSU Lake restoration beginsWhite buoys bobbing across one of the LSU Lakes indicate the presence of a tree stumpever present in the former cypress swamp lands.

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Personal income in Louisiana grew faster than the national average during first quarterPersonal income growth across Louisiana grew by 4% during first quarter this year compared to fourth quarter, which was faster than the national average of 3.4%, according to U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis data recently released.

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SLU biologist receives million dollar grant from National Science FoundationThe National Science Foundation has awarded a $1,125,000 grant to a Southeastern Louisiana University biologist and specialist in evolution to bring new ways of learning to her students, with retention of minority students in the field of biology a focus of her work.

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George R.R. Martin Signs New Five Year Deal With HBO And HBO MaxGeorge R.R. Martin has entered into a five year deal with HBO to develop content for both HBO and HBO Max, the network said in a statement on Monday.

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Biden Administration Pushes Major Expansion For Offshore Wind EnergyAs the White House slows down fossil fuel development on public lands and offshore, it's ramping up renewable energy with a push to jump-start the offshore wind energy business.

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One year later: Food Bank of Central Louisiana reflects on busy 2020From a global pandemic to hurricanes and everything in between, the Food Bank of Central Louisiana has had to distribute more food than ever before.

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Vernon Parish arson suspect arrested for setting fires to eliminate snakesBaton Rouge, La. – Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry investigators have arrested one suspect and are looking for another accused of setting multiple fires near and in a wooded area in Leesville, La.

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WHO Report: Wildlife Farms, Not Market, Likely Source Of Coronavirus PandemicThe highly anticipated World Health Organization report on the origins of the coronavirus that sparked a global pandemic is due out Tuesday.

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With Focus On Domestic Extremists, Lawmakers Aim To Reorient National Security AgendaMichigan congresswoman Elissa Slotkin says the end date for America's singular focus on threats from foreign terrorists has come and gone.

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FEMA to Help Pay Funeral Costs for COVID-19-related DeathsIn early April, FEMA will begin providing financial assistance for funeral expenses incurred after Jan.

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Louisiana Considered: Increased Support for Marijuana Legalization, Friday's LSU HearingPatrick Madden hosted Monday's episode of Louisiana Considered. John Couvillon reports on a recent poll that indicates widespread support for marijuana.

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Morning Call Reopens for Beignets and Coffee in New OrleansThe New Orleans mainstay for beignets and coffee is back after its last remaining location closed two years ago.

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Fox News Is Facing Another Lawsuit. What's Next For The Network?Dominion Voting Systems has filed a $1.6 billion dollar defamation lawsuit against Fox News. They say the broadcaster deliberately aired false claims about Dominion in a bid to boost ratings during the 2020 election.

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What The Evidence Tells Us About Healthy EatingAtkins. Whole 30. Paleo. South Beach. Diet names are etched into the American lexicon. We're a country with a focus on food and its effects.

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What Does Intersectionality Actually Mean?The Atlanta spa shootings brought attention to a long history of hate against Asians and Asian Americans.

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Elizabeth King's Gospel Sound Transports Believers And Non-Believers AlikeCopyright 2021 Fresh Air. To see more, visit Fresh Air.

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Naturalist Traces The 'Astounding' Flyways Of Migratory BirdsScott Weidensaul has spent decades studying bird migration. "There is a tremendous solace in watching these natural rhythms play out again and again," he says.

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After devastating blaze, Hollygrove woman finds outpouring of support from the communityHollygrove homeowner LaVerne Pinkney woke up on New Years Day wondering if she would ever be able to repair her badly charred home of 54 years.

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'Derek Chauvin Betrayed This Badge,' Prosecutor Says In Opening ArgumentFormer Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin broke departmental rules and showed a disregard for the life of George Floyd when he pinned Floyd down in the street last year, the prosecution said in opening arguments of Chauvin's murder trial Monday.

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Louisiana coastal restoration curbed by too little sediment; upriver states have too muchLouisiana coastal restoration curbed by too little sediment; upriver states have too much.

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Coronavirus in Louisiana: 443,905 Cases Across State With 10,122 DeathsAs of Monday, March 29, 2021, according to the Louisiana Department of Health, Louisiana has 443,905 COVID-19 cases across the state with 10,122 deaths resulting from COVID-19.

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Hearing and Eye CareWith the roll-out of vaccines underway, we will someday soon be able to gather with friends and family and be more present in the world outside of the home.

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COVID beds run short in St Petersburg as Russian vaccine rollout gathers paceSt Petersburg is running out of hospital beds for COVID-19 patients, city authorities said, as one of around half a dozen firms licenced to produce Russia's Sputnik V vaccine began deliveries across the country.

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AP source: VW plans brand-name change to 'Voltswagen' in USVolkswagen plans to change its brand name in the United States to "Voltswagen" as its shifts its production increasingly toward electric vehicles and tries to distance itself from an emissions cheating scandal.

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Federal Eviction Moratorium Extended Just 2 Days Before ExpirationWith many Americans behind on their rent during the pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is extending an order aimed at preventing.

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Ship Happens: Coffee, Cars, IKEA Furniture Among The Objects Stuck At The SuezLivestock and lumber. Oil and automobiles. Exercise equipment and instant coffee. Those were just some of the products that were blocked by the ship just.

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Can an employer mandate the COVID-19 vaccine?More people are vaccinated against coronavirus in Louisiana with the shot now made available to every adult.

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Travel agencies seeing spike in vacation interest as more people get vaccinatedWith more and more people getting vaccinated, people are eager to start venturing out again.

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Hancock Whitney Zoo-To-Do and Zoo-To-Do for Kids Return in 2021NEW ORLEANS – Audubon Zoo announced at a press conference today that Hancock Whitney Zoo-To-Do and Zoo-To-Do for Kids presented by Children’s Hospital New Orleans will return in 2021.

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Baton Rouge HQ of petrochemical business sold to private equity for $335MPetroleum Service Corp., a Baton Rouge-based subsidiary of Geneva, Switzerland-based SGS that sells inspection, testing and certification services to the petrochemical industry was sold to private equity firm in a $335 million deal.Â.

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Louisiana Pastors Praying Slidell Casino Resort Near New Orleans is ExcommunicatedPastors and religious community members in Louisiana near where a $250 million casino resort is being proposed have come out in opposition of the gaming development.

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Education Dept. Restores Debt Cancellation For Some Borrowers With DisabilitiesThe U.S. Department of Education says it will erase the federal student loan debts of tens of thousands of borrowers who can no longer work because they have significant disabilities.

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Stroke AwarenessOver the last year, one disease has owned the spotlight and globally altered life as we know it.

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Assumption Parish man arrested in parking lot stabbingPAINCOURTVILLE — An Assumption Parish man faces attempted second-degree murder and other counts Monday after sheriff's deputies say he stabbed another man multiple times during a weekend fight and later led them on a chase down farm roads.

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Group is helping save Louisiana irises endangered by weather, herbicides and developmentKeep your eyes peeled: Now is the time to catch Louisiana irises blooming in swamps, bogs and roadside ditches.

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Retirement Planning and Senior CareFor many people, the circumstances of the last year brought into focus life priorities and finances.

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NUNSENSE Musical Opening SoonNEW ORLEANS – NUNSENSE the musical is set to open soon at Rivertown Theaters, running from April 8 - 18.

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Missing 16-year-old found safe by BRPDBaton Rouge Police have located the missing teen, and she was brought home safe.

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Sunset on the Bucktown Boardwalk 2021NEW ORLEANS – Join the Jefferson Beautification, Inc. for wine and cheese and other lite bites to discover the Bucktown Harbor and Marina and the new beautiful boardwalk on Lake Pontchartrain overlooking a marsh planted at the shoreline.

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Biden boosts offshore wind energy, wants to power 10M homesThe Biden administration is moving to sharply increase offshore wind energy along the East Coast, saying Monday it is taking initial steps toward approving a huge wind farm off the New Jersey coast as part of an effort to generate electricity for more than 10 million homes nationwide by 2030.

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Applications Now Open for Individual Artist Relief GrantsBATON ROUGE, La – The Louisiana Office of Cultural Development’s Division of the Arts will open the application period for Individual Artist Relief Grants starting Monday, March 29, 2021.

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Where Bunnies RoamedGetty After a year of experiencing just about any gathering as being “virtual, ” we should be craving assemblies that are “actual” even if the congregation is just rabbits.

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Real Estate OpportunitiesCecelia Buras, Berkshire HathawayOf late, low interest rates and a year of cabin fever have inspired people across New Orleans and the Gulf South to upgrade their homes.

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Two-thirds Of Louisianans Surveyed Say They Support Legalizing MarijuanaSixty-seven percent of Louisiana residents surveyed by JMC Analytics favor legalizing marijuana for both medicinal and recreational uses — a sharp jump from the firm's 2020 survey, which found 54 percent favored legalization.

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Man allegedly spent year sexually abusing 14-year-old boyA man is accused of sexually assaulting a teenage boy on multiple occasions.

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Islamist Insurgents Kill Dozens In Attack On Natural Gas Complex In MozambiqueDays of fighting in a key city in Mozambique's north have left dozens of civilians dead as security forces battled to turn back an assault by suspected Islamic State-linked insurgents.

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Softball dips out of conference play, travels to Louisiana TechRUSTON — The Northwestern State softball team is feeling quite confident ahead of its non-conference matchup at Louisiana Tech on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

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Spring HappeningsPortofino Island ResortSpring is officially here, and compared to this time last year, there's much more to do in and around New Orleans.

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Roundup: PPE write-offsMedical expenses: Face masks, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes can qualify as medical expenses for tax deductions or can be paid for with money from tax-advantaged health accounts, the Internal Revenue Service announced.

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Woman arrested, man on the run after allegedly setting several fires to kill snakesInvestigators are still searching for Robert Lee Ramirez, 34. According to officials, Ramirez set fire to wooded areas around their home and started other fires near the roadside to get rid of snakes.

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Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association To Hold New Board Election, Rescind Broodmare Rules Following LawsuitThe Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association will hold a new election for its board of directors by a judge's order, following a pending lawsuit alleging the voting in last year's original race might have been fixed, NOLA.com reports.

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Wellington's St James Theatre battling water leaks and resourcing issuesAssurances are being made the building will be ready for NZ Festival, despite the issues.

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Top247 ATH out of Louisiana schedules official visit with Florida StateOne of Louisianas best has scheduled an official visit with Florida State. Join Noles247 today to get a look at Mike Norvell and the Noles recruiting efforts as they attempt to sign one of the nations top recruiting classes.

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Immunocompromised And Concerned About The Vaccine? Here's What You Need To KnowLots of people have questions about getting vaccinated against COVID-19. That includes the millions of Americans with weakened immune systems that put them at higher risk of severe disease if they do get infected with the coronavirus.

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Televised Chauvin Trial Due To Pandemic Yields Wide Access — And ConcernOpening statements are set for Monday in a trial with international attention, and for the first time, the world will be able to see every twist and turn of the case from a Minnesota courtroom, thanks to an unprecedented decision by Judge Peter Cahill.

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Baton Rouge police arrest alleged bank robber tied to multiple heistsA suspected bank robber was caught in East Baton Rouge within hours of a robbery in another parish.

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Behind The Lens episode 116: Modified Phase 1BBack to school, now with vaccine for teachers. If they can get them. And a Tulane School of Medicine administrator alleges discrimination at the university.

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Live Updates: Monday Afternoon Commute10 hours 41 minutes 16 seconds ago Monday, March 29 2021 Mar 29, 2021 March 29, 2021 2:25 PM March 29, 2021 in News.

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RPSO says Louisiana Sheriff's Association Scholarship Program is underwayBiden’s bid to reopen schools may hinge on ‘pooled’ testing cliques.

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Rematch lost versus Louisiana TechRUSTON, La. — ULM took a short trip to Ruston last Tuesday to take on in-state rival Louisiana Tech.

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Week of March 29: Here's where to get COVID-19 vaccines in northeast LouisianaAll Louisiana residents ages 18 and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The Pfizer vaccine is available to anyone 16 years and older.

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Best of travel: Eating and drinking with the St Petersburg localsWe're republishing classic travel stories from our archives. This week we revisit Ashwin Bhandari's trip to St Petersburg.

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Weddings in BloomPandemic restrictions on gatherings are loosening and New Orleans Bride Magazine editor Melanie Warner Spencer is talking about what the Modified Phase 3 guidelines means for weddings in this month's WWLTV/WUPL "Morning Show" segment.

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Louisiana Pitching Shuts Out Coastal Carolina in 7-0 Game 4 WinThe Ragin' Cajuns baseball team shutout Coastal Carolina in game 4 of their series. The pitching only gave up one hit and struck out 14 batters in nine innings.

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Inequalities in Louisiana have been exacerbated by COVID-19By recognizing the patterns, paying attention to the data, and taking action quickly, those in power can stop this trend in its tracks.

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Council committee advances proposal to apply curfew laws to 17-year-oldsJuvenile defender's office worries about more stops and the potential for profiling.

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Governor announces major expansion to vaccine eligibility listShots are now available to people 16 or older with a wide range of preexisting conditions.

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Russia: Plane crash near St Petersburg kills 3 peopleBoth planes were performing training flights, it added. Anadolu Agency website contains only a portion of the news stories offered to subscribers in the AA News Broadcasting System , and in summarized form.

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Louisiana universities weigh options on requiring COVID-19 vaccine for fall semesterUniversities across Louisiana are weighing their options on whether or not to require students, faculty and staff to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Riverside slugger Lexi Johnson named to LSWA Class 2A All-State softball teamWith so much youth on the mound this season, the Riverside softball team rode the strength of its offense to the Division III state semifinals, with no bat bigger than that of shortstop Lexi Johnson.

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Everyone over 16 in Louisiana can get a COVID-19 vaccine. See where to make appointmentsAnyone age 16 and over in Louisiana can now get vaccinated for COVID-19 for free, and more than 600 providers are booking appointments to administer the shots this week.

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Chauvin Trial Shines A Light On George Floyd's Death, Racial InjusticeCopyright 2021 NPR.

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Watch Live: Jury Hears Opening Arguments In Derek Chauvin TrialUpdated March 29, 2021 at 1:13 PM ET The prosecution and defense are making opening arguments in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer.

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Sunny Start to the WeekSunshine and blue skies will pave the way for your Monday. Temperatures will range from 70-75 degrees this afternoon after a rather chilly start.

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Historic Amazon Union Vote Count Begins This Week For Alabama WarehouseThe vote count for one of the most consequential union elections in recent history begins this week.

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Nashville Sees Worst Flooding In Over A Decade. A Least 4 People DeadCopyright 2021 WPLN News. To see more, visit WPLN News.

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