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Past articles by Anum:

Entergy, AT&T start new utility projects following Hurricane Ida’s devastation

Utility companies are now upgrading their infrastructure to ensure a stronger grid after Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Gov. Edwards’ office introduces COVID-19 Student Wellbeing Task Force

Governor John Bel Edwards Office, Council of Student Body Presidents and the Louisiana Board of Regents has parented up to launch the COVID-19 Student Wellbeing Task Force. → Read More

Louisiana nears end of fourth COVID surge, health leaders say another surge could happen

According to the Louisiana Department of Health, as of Wednesday there are less than 500 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in the state. → Read More

Louisiana doctor raises money to support aspiring minority medical students

For years Dr. Russell Ledet's passion has been helping more minority students enter the field of medicine. → Read More

Vigil, balloon release held Saturday for 2-year-old Nevaeh Allen

BATON ROUGE, La. (BR PROUD) The death of 2 year old Nevaeh Allen has made a tremendous impact on the community in Baton Rouge. The toddler’s body was found in a rural area in Hancock County, Mississippi last weekend. Her mother and her mother’s boyfriend are accused of killing her. A memorial sits outside the […] → Read More

‘We sleep in the car’: LaPlace homeowner shares recovery story

Residents in Laplace are picking up the pieces 11 days after Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Family who lost father to Hurricane Ida thanks community for help

Family members of the man who died in Ascension Parish Sunday night from Hurricane Ida say there are still trees threatening their home. → Read More

One victim speaks out after judge drops charges against Derrius Guice

Charges of domestic violence are being dropped against former LSU Tiger, Derrius Guice after he and his accuser reach a settlement. → Read More

Gov. John Bel Edwards expects to end federal unemployment soon

Governor John Bel Edwards is expected to end the federal unemployment benefits before the expiration date in September. → Read More

LSU Board of Supervisors to announce Presidential decision, Thursday

The Board of Supervisors are set to announce their decision on the next university president on Thursday. → Read More

Cleo Fields says no to running for second congressional district seat

Representative Cleo Field announced he will not be running for the second congressional district seat. → Read More

Louisiana Treasury returns a record $62.7 million in unclaimed property; Find out where you can submit a claim

One in six individuals in Louisiana has unclaimed property, with claims averaging $900, the department said. BATON ROUGE, La. (LDOT)- State Treasurer John M. Schroder announced Thursday that the Louisiana Department of Treasury shattered previous records by returning $62.7 million in Unclaimed Property money during the fiscal year that ended June 30. In the previous […] → Read More

High school student in Louisiana disciplined after viral photo kneeling on person’s neck

NEW ORLEANS, La. (WDSU) — Representatives with Holy Cross High School issued a statement Monday announcing that a student has been disciplined after a viral photo over the weekend showed them kneeling on a person’s neck. → Read More