Governor Bobby Jindal is among those heading to the Mexican Border today for a security briefing and tour by the Texas Department of Public Safety. State Police Col. Mike Edmonson says there are about 1100 undocumented kids in Louisiana right now who were sent here and they need to know where they are. He says the state should have that information…
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The visit will include an air and marine tour of the border.
One man is dead and another is facing some serious charges in a crash on I-10 in St. John the Baptist Parish. Jacob Sellers, of Sorrento, is suspected of being impaired while his car careened across two lanes, struck several guard rails, crashed into another car, and then flipped over several times. State Police Spokesperson Melissa Matey says it’s an ongoing investigation, but a number of factors are suspected…
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An unidentified passenger was ejected from Sellers’s vehicle, then struck by another vehicle that fled the scene, and pronounced dead on arrival to a local hospital.
Louisiana State Police is investigating a fatal hit and run accident that occurred over the weekend near Kentwood. Master Trooper Greg Marchand says 22-year-old Matthew Mahler of Vacherie and a friend were riding four-wheelers in a ditch along Louisiana Highway 10 when Mahler had an accident and was ejected from his vehicle into the roadway, then run over by a car that fled the scene. Marchand says they are searching for a small dark colored sedan…
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Mahler was pronounced dead at a local hospital.
According to “Governing” magazine, Louisiana is the seventh most popular state for millennials. Millennials are defined as persons born between 1981 and 2000. The magazine states that 28.5-percent of Louisiana’s population falls into the millennial age bracket. That is the largest age group living in the Bayou State. Excluding Washington, DC, Louisiana has the highest concentration of millennials in the eastern half of the United States.