A soggy forecast is in store for the weekend. Tonight is likely your best shot at a dry parade, and by Saturday you’ll almost certainly be a little damp, but State Climatologist Barry Keim warns revelers looking to take in the Sunday parades like Bacchus in New Orleans are in for a nasty surprise.
Following a letter to the Governor from Attorney General Jeff Landry raising serious questions about threats to women’s health and safety, the medical license of a New Orleans abortion doctor has been suspended. Landry says the Dr. Kevin Work has had a long history of problems.
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Landry says despite the political division behind abortion, this is not a politically motivated action.
The Bossier Sheriff’s Deputy that was struck by a vehicle while directing school traffic in January received a check following a fundraiser done by the five locations of Sonic Drive Thru in the parish. Deputy Daniel Golden, who sustained several major injuries including broken legs from the accident, received a check for just over $3000. Golden says he’s appreciative of the community rallying behind him in his recovery.
The Louisiana Democratic Party has filed public information requests to verify a claim made by Republican Congressman Clay Higgins that he’s arrested “several thousand men” in his time in law enforcement. Executive Director Stephen Handwerk says it was a troubling claim that was either untruthful, or demonstrative of something much worse.