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Fish Farming In Gulf Poses Questions And Opportunities

Most of the fish we eat in the U.S. comes from other countries. Fishermen in Louisiana have long sought to displace some of those imports but the indust...

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New report highlights Louisiana families above the poverty line, but unable to afford basic needs

The Louisiana Association of United Ways released the ALICE report this week. ALICE stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed — the popul...

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'Lot Next Door' Blight Remediation Program Revived

The City of New Orleans has revived a popular blight remediation program called the Lot Next Door. The New Orleans Redevelopment Authority starts taking...

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Barbershops And Beauty Salons Helping To Raise Healthcare Enrollment Numbers In New Orleans

The mayor's office is working to get more New Orleanians enrolled in health coverage, and it's asking barbershops and beauty salons around the city to h...

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Governor John Bel Edwards Held A Pared-Down Inauguration Ceremony Compared To His Predecessor

On MondayJohn Bel Edwards was be sworn into office as the governor on his family Bible at the state capitol. His inauguration festivities pale in compa...

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Monuments Vote: A Path To More Change?

New Orleans City Council votes Thursday on an ordinance to remove four Confederate monuments. The mayor introduced it after nine black churchgoers were...

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Tulane Study Highlights Value Of Quality Foster Care

A new study involving a Tulane expert on child psychology shows that quality foster care can help reverse damage done to abused boys. Without the...

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Pew Trust Has Advice For Regulating La. Tax Incentives

A new national report has some suggestions for Louisiana lawmakers struggling to balance the state budget. The Pew Charitable Trusts found that sharing...

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White House Honors Ogden Museum Docent Program

The docent program for teenagers at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art has been honored by the White House. It was one of only 12 programs across the...

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New Orleans May Add Staff To 911 Call Center

The New Orleans City Council will be hearing amendments today on the next budget. One would beef up the 911 dispatch center.

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