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La. Lottery offers Lotto players bonus entries for monthly raffle drawings

When Louisiana Lottery players purchase a single-draw $5 Lotto ticket from March 1 to June 30, they’ll get a little something extra – an entry into a raffle drawing worth up to $50,000 cash.

Mardi Gras Cluster Dog Show to remain in Alexandria

Following one of its most successful shows ever with a record number of entries over the four day period, both the Baton Rouge Kennel Club and the Alexandria Kennel Club are pleased to announce that the Mardi Gras Cluster Dog Show will remain i

LSU research center conducts free physical activity study

The Pennington Biomedical Research Center announced in a press release, that it will be conducting a new study on how exercise and lifestyle changes affect your health.

La. Motor Vehicles introduces updated driver's license and ID card design

Louisiana is transitioning to an updated driver’s license and identification card that looks much the same; however, it contains features for greater security, protection of privacy and resistance to tampering.

Cellular One announces implementation of first health program in U.S. wireless market

Wayne, Pa., MTPCS, LLC, d.b.a Cellular One in Louisiana and Texas have partnered with iSelectMD, and Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) to launch an mHealth service, iSelectMD Mobile, for its mobile subscribers.

La. woman creates 'Hot Mom Bod' diet to help women lose weight

Leslie Lancaster is a woman with whom many of us moms can relate. She says she put on fifty pounds with both her pregnancies…and ate a ton of whatever she wanted both times.

Fans react to Super Bowl commercials

There are Super Bowl commercials that tug at your heart strings, and others that make you laugh. The commercials for some people are the main attractions on super Bowl Sunday.

Crawfish in high demand and low supply due to harsh winter and recent freezes

Crawfish season is in full swing but crawfish farmers are struggling out there.

Comic book artist wants to create more opportunities in Louisiana

A well-known Lafayette comic book artist is hoping to help other artists get and keep jobs here at home.

Lt. Gov. Dardenne announces highest-level accreditation for La. tourism

Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne is announcing a major tourism achievement for Louisiana—accreditation from Destination Marketing Association International. Louisiana is only the second state in the U.S.