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The polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Saturday for the statewide special and municipal primary election. Voters in East Baton Rouge,... [Read More]
The latest word from the Capitol's top influencers involves the possibility of a special session next year some time after Mardi Gras. But like all... [Read More]
Mayor Sharon Weston Broome says she supports having Baton Rouge join a lawsuit against major drug distributors, following the lead of dozens of municipalities and... [Read More]
Nearly four years after Shreveport-based Vintage Realty acquired a 20-acre tract adjacent to Perkins Rowe with plans to develop a multifamily complex, the Park Rowe... [Read More]
Frustrated by health care failures in Congress, President Donald Trump directed his administration today to rewrite some federal insurance rules in a new effort to... [Read More]
Darryl Gissel, selected this week as the No. 2 in Mayor Sharon Weston Broome's administration, said he hopes to help fill in missing pieces in... [Read More]
When Danny Landry bought his first drone about five years ago, he was little more than a hobbyist interested in the new technology. But it... [Read More]
LSU Law Professor Chris Tyson is Mayor Sharon Weston Broome's pick to lead the newly refashioned East Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority, which was recently granted... [Read More]
The developers behind LSU area residential complexes such as 333 Lofts and 333 Flats are preparing to break ground on their next project: The Court... [Read More]
While a contentious proposal to halt new floodplain developments for up to six months failed at Wednesday's Metro Council meeting, the effort appears to have... [Read More]
Mayor Sharon Weston Broome will name realtor Darryl Gissel as the city's new chief administrative officer Thursday morning, Daily Report has learned. Gissel declines to... [Read More]
Mayor Sharon Weston Broome will hold a press conference at 10:30 a.m. Thursday to announce the latest in the ongoing search for a chief administrative... [Read More]
At the time of his death, Maxwell Gruver had a blood-alcohol content level of 0.495—more than six times the legal limit for driving, according to... [Read More]
After a 20-month recession, the good news is the state's economy is finally recovering. The not-so-good news? Baton Rouge job growth is expected to slow... [Read More]
The state is on tap to get $61 million in federal funding for highway projects, Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration announced today. The money will... [Read More]
Though Louisiana is poised to add 12,000 jobs next year and another 22,300 in 2019, the heated job growth rates in the Capital Region are... [Read More]
Will Baton Rouge "think different" and consider all of the talent available in America to lead its airport—or promote the No. 2 as it has... [Read More]
Businesses can foster better working environments by encouraging "ownership" among employees, a corporate culture specialist told attendees at this morning's Best Places to Work Breakfast,... [Read More]
The top-ranked firms on this year's list of the Best Places to Work in Baton Rouge were unveiled this morning during an awards ceremony at... [Read More]
Arrest warrants have been issued for 10 individuals in connection with the death of 18-year-old Maxwell Gruver, a freshman Phi Delta Theta pledge who died... [Read More]
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