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Older Louisianans strongly support bipartisan legislation to fight employment age discrimination

Older Louisianans overwhelmingly support bipartisan legislation to combat age discrimination in the workplace, a new AARP survey shows.

CLECO offers free public safety program to schools

Cleco is offering Hot Spot, its children’s safety program, to schools and organizations as a way to teach students how to be safe around electricity.

Duck Commander Family Foods partner with Mello Joy Coffee

Mello Joy Coffee will collaborate with Duck Commander Family Foods to craft two new specialty coffee roasts in 12oz bags and single serve cups.

La. Lt. Gov. Dardenne announces record-setting 2013 for La. Tourism

Last year was another record-breaking year for the tourism industry in Louisiana. Lt.

Pet owners increasingly choose hospice care for their furry family members

Pet owners are increasingly choosing not to take their old or sick animals to the veterinarian. Instead, they let the vet come to them.

Concert for Change: LSU students hold concert to create awareness about marijuana reform

Marijuana reform is a hot topic right now all over the country and right here in Louisiana.

Powdered alcohol sparks conversations across country: locals say it's a good idea

You've heard of powdered drinks before like juice or even milk but what about alcohol?

Child advocates urge lawmakers to 'Geaux Blue for Kids'

43 pictures lined a table in the state capitol rotunda Tuesday. The ages and stories of the 43 kids who died last year in louisiana from child abuse and neglect were listed on the pictures.

Students chosen as recipients of La. Young Heroes Award

Six high school students and two middle school students have been chosen as recipients of the 2014 Louisiana Young Heroes Awards.