The bold decision to dedicate an official marker in Pineville, Louisiana honoring William Tecumseh Sherman.
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The state’s athletic association lifts a rule requiring social security numbers after an outcry by educators and activists
A New Orleans charter school’s teachers discover sports help them reach struggling students, but the LHSAA won’t let them play without social security numbers.
As a result of this report from November by Casey Parks, on Friday, the LHSAA will vote to amend their rule.
Leslie Ellison’s Anti-LGBT Views Make Her Unfit to Lead the Orleans Parish School Board
A new nonprofit is set to launch in Louisiana with a simple and important mission: Empowering people to vote.
On Saturday, The Bayou Brief’s Lamar White, Jr. discussed the ongoing controversy surrounding the Mississippi Senate race, following his release of two videos showing Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith making a bizarre comment about public hanging and endorsing voter suppression efforts.
When I shared Sen. Hyde-Smith’s comment about being on the front row of a public hanging, I didn’t characterize it as a joke for a reason.
The swift opposition by the Louisiana Attorney General and the interim Secretary of State has nothing to do with the law.
Win or lose, Beto O’Rourke has permanently changed how campaigns should be run in the age of social media, and in so doing, he has reintroduced the fundamentals of retail politics, a style of electioneering that Louisiana had once mastered more fully than anywhere else.
Objections to the Bayou Bridge Pipeline demonstrate how the system is rigged.