Greg Hilburn, The Shreveport Times

Greg Hilburn

The Shreveport Times

Louisiana, United States

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Recent articles by Greg:

Regulator approves Louisiana Downs sale, grants FanDuel fantasy sports license

Gaming Commission Chairman Ronnie Johns said he doesn't believe Louisiana Downs would remain open for the long haul without the sale. → Read More

Louisiana utility regulators press AT&T, others on Hurricane Ida credits for customers

Commissioner Eric Skrmetta called Louisiana AT&T President Sonia Perez 'the invisible woman.' → Read More

J.P. Lane named interim Shreveport fire chief; permanent leader to be chosen in 2022

Chief J.P. Lane will replace retiring Shreveport Fire Chief Scott Wolverton. → Read More

Louisiana's massive $4.5 billion carbon capture project: Here's what we know

Is carbon sequestration a viable technology to reduce climate change or an untested process to prolong the use of fossil fuels? → Read More

Louisiana beefs up on-site staff to assist displaced Hurricane Ida survivors secure trailers

Lawmakers expressed concerns this week about the pace of Louisiana's temporary housing program. → Read More

Louisiana lawmaker blasts state disaster recovery chief for Hurricane Ida response

House Speaker Pro-Tem Tanner Magee of House said GOSEP's recovery response to Hurricane Ida has been 'nothing short of a disaster.' → Read More

Deciphering the proposed amendments to the Louisiana Constitution for Nov. 13 election

Here are the proposed amendments to the Louisiana Constitution and what they mean → Read More

Louisiana lands largest carbon capture energy project in the world

Air Products $4.5 billion 'blue hydrogen' complex in Louisiana's capital region would be the world's largest clean energy carbon sequestration project → Read More

Want to vote? Important deadlines approaching for Louisiana's Nov. 13 election

Louisiana's Oct. 9 election was postponed to Nov. 13 because of Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Has Louisiana cleared 2021 hurricane threat? Here's what experts say

Hurricane Zeta was a late-season storm that made landfall as a Category 3 near Cocodrie on Oct. 28, 2020. → Read More

Critical race theory controversy hangs over new Louisiana social studies standards

Members of the public can provide their input on new Louisiana K-12 social studies standards through October. → Read More

LSU drops COVID vaccine requirement for Tiger Stadium

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards' mask mandate remains in place. → Read More

Louisiana's political maps are redrawn once a decade: Here's your chance to participate

Political redistricting road show is coming soon to a city near you. → Read More

Louisiana's first sports betting parlor opens, ushering in largest gambling expansion in 30 years

Paragon Casino Resort is the first out of the gate to offer sports wagering in Louisiana. → Read More

New flood insurance rates in effect: 80% of Louisianans will pay more

Louisiana's Coastal lawmakers were unable to convince FEMA to delay the October 1 implementation of new flood insurance rates. → Read More

Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy draws first Democratic opponent, Luke Mixon, for 2022 race

Democratic candidate Luke Mixon is a former Navy fighter pilot. → Read More

Louisiana opens program for Hurricane Ida temporary housing: Here's how to register

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards hopes the first trailers can staged in the hardest hit parishes this week. → Read More

Louisiana's largest medical marijuana producer expands growing operation to Ruston

The LSU AgCenter's growing partner Good Day Farm will eventually consolidate its growing production to the northern Louisiana plant. → Read More

Louisiana Congressman Troy Carter: 'We're on the cusp of doing something unprecedented'

Louisiana's only congressional Democrat open to compromise on infrastructure, social spending bills. → Read More

Congress approves $28.6 billion in disaster aid for Louisiana, other states

Congress approved $28.6 billion in disaster relief for states Thursday. Only a portion of the total $28.6 billion will come to Louisiana. → Read More