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Senator Bodi White returns home after COVID hospitalization

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Senator Bodi White is back home recovering after he was hospitalized for COVID-19 almost two weeks ago, according to his spokesperson. “Senator White has been discharged from Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans after experiencing Covid-19 related symptoms immediately following spinal surgery. He is expected to make a full recovery,” said Sen. White’s […] → Read More

Mississippi inmates captured in Baton Rouge escaped through hole cut in jail’s roof

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — A spokesperson from Louisiana State Police says four Mississippi escapees were captured in Baton Rouge Friday night. The Alcorn County Sheriff’s Office identified the escapees as Antonio Reyes, Samuel Sims, Hunter Wigington and Landon Braudway. Alcorn County authorities said the inmates broke out of jail through a hole cut in […] → Read More

Gov. Edwards to advance La.’s economic interests in Netherlands, France trip

Governor John Bel Edwards is headed to the Netherlands and France Friday to lead a delegation on water management and economic development, according to the governor’s office. → Read More

Latest LEAP scores show improvement, LDOE says

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – The Louisiana Department of Education says LEAP scores are up across a number of grade levels and school systems in a Wednesday announcement. State education officials said LEAP scores from 2021-22 showed that mastery rates for students in grades 3-8 increased three points in math and ELA with an 80% improved mastery rate in Louisiana school systems compared to the… → Read More

25 monkeypox cases in Louisiana, LDH says

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — The total number of monkeypox cases in Louisiana is 25 as of Monday, July 25, the Louisiana Department of Health reported. LDH reported four new cases Monday. LDH said 22 cases are from LDH Region 1 in southeast Louisiana, and there is one case each in Region 3, Region 4, […] → Read More

LDWF: Lifetime license cardholders can now purchase duplicates online

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says lifetime license cardholders can buy a duplicate lifetime license online or from a retail vendor. → Read More

LDH: Two new cases of monkeypox in Louisiana

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Two new cases of monkeypox were reported Tuesday by the Louisiana Department of Health. The department said both cases are from Region 1, which consists of Orleans, Plaquemines, Jefferson, and St. Bernard parishes. LDH reported the first case of monkeypox in a Louisiana resident on Thursday, July 7. “There are […] → Read More

LDWF: 12 arrested on DWI statewide during Fourth of July holiday weekend

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Twelve people were arrested across the state on DWI charges during the Fourth of July weekend for allegedly driving or operating a boat while intoxicated. The arrests took place from July 2 to July 4 during “Operation Dry Water,” according to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. LDWF said […] → Read More

La. Workforce Commission’s HiRE site back online

The Louisiana Workforce Commission says its HiRE website is back online after an attempted malware attack last week forced it offline. → Read More

OJJ issues address amid police intervention at facilities

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — The Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice issued a public notice Friday amid high-profile incidents at its facilities. Governor John Bel Edwards dispatched State Police to assist the state-run agency two weeks ago. The OJJ said correctional and probation and parole officers began helping OJJ staff while troopers secured facility perimeters […] → Read More

La.’s unemployment claims website down after attempted malware attack

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — The Louisiana Workforce Commission’s HiRE website is currently down after an attempted malware attack was discovered. Forty other states and Washington D.C. — all of which use the company that operates the HiRE website, Geographic Solutions (GSI) — are impacted by the attack, according to LWC. However, the outage should […] → Read More

Sheriff: St. Francisville man fired shots at deputies, LSP investigating

The West Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s Office says State Police are investigating after a man and deputies exchanged gunfire on Friday. → Read More

Gov. Edwards tests positive for COVID after recent travel

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Governor John Bel Edwards says he’s tested positive for COVID-19 after returning from travel. The governor’s office said Gov. Edwards is fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and up to date on boosters and he does not have symptoms at this time. Gov. Edwards shared the following statement Friday: “Throughout the COVID-19 […] → Read More

State Police confirms second-in-command’s retirement

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – Louisiana State Police have confirmed that second-in-command Lt. Colonel Doug Cain has submitted his request for retirement. A spokesperson from State Police said on Friday that the retirement request hasn’t yet been finalized and shared no further information about Cain’s retirement. Two months ago, Cain was placed on paid administrative […] → Read More

Bills signed, vetoed by Gov. Edwards from 2022 legislative session

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Governor John Bel Edwards has signed a number of bills into law since May from the 2022 regular legislative session. The latest acts were announced by the governor’s office on Thursday, June 16. Wednesday, June 15th was the first day of the special session to redistrict the state’s congressional map. […] → Read More

I-10W reopens after multiple crashes before Whiskey Bay

GROSSE TETE, La. (BRPROUD) — DOTD says all lanes on I-10 West have reopened after clearing a Friday afternoon accident before Whiskey Bay. An afternoon accident left the interstate closed for several hours. Louisiana State Police says its troopers were at the scene working multiple crashes and working with first responders to provide medical assistance. → Read More

Coast Guard suspends search for missing man in Mississippi River

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — The Coast Guard says it has suspended its search for the missing boater in the Mississippi River. Coast Guard officials said they were searching for Howard Brown, 45, who was last seen without a lifejacket on the river. They said the man went missing on the evening of Wednesday, June […] → Read More

Special session postpones Gov. Edwards’ testimony

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Governor John Bel Edwards’ scheduled testimony before the House committee has been rescheduled due to the special session, according to House Speaker Clay Schexnayder. Based on Governor Edwards’ call for the Louisiana legislature to return for an extraordinary session on June 15, 2022, we are postponing the scheduled June 16, 2022 hearing of […] → Read More

Baton Rouge man allegedly shoots brother in legs, faces attempted murder charge

A Baton Rouge man was arrested on an attempted murder charge after allegedly shooting his brother in the legs. → Read More

LPSO searching for Walker woman last seen Wednesday morning

The Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office is searching for a 69-year-old Walker woman last seen Wednesday morning. → Read More