Louisiana business lobby endorses 4 education board candidates

Thursday, 30 July 2015 17:53 Written by
The Louisiana Association of Business and Industry announced its first four endorsements Thursday (July 30) in the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education races. Three incumbents and one Baton Rouge newcomer got the nod:District 1 -- Jim Garvey, lawyer, MetairieDistrict 2 -- Kira Orange Jones, Teach for America director, New OrleansDistrict 7 -- Holly Boffy, education consultant, LafayetteDistrict 8 -- Jada Lewis, assistant engineering dean at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.The board has eight
ATM thieves target Cash Cow check-cashing business as their own cash cow, steal $500K
Thursday, 30 July 2015 17:44 Written by
SLIDELL, La. – A gang of thieves treated the Cash Cow check-cashing company as their own cash cow, making off with more than $500,000 from ATMs over the past year, police said Thursday. Two of the thieves were caught fleeing early Sunday from a Cash Cow office in Slidell, Sgt. Daniel Seuzeneau said Thursday. The ring has struck nearly 100 times in and around New Orleans over the past year, frequently targeting the Cash Cow…
LA Superior Court Stops Release of Future Videos of StemExpress’ Baby Body Parts Business
Thursday, 30 July 2015 16:57 Written by
Photo Source: Flickr Creative Commons by Charlotte Cooper https://www.flickr.com/photos/cecooper/ The Los Angeles Superior Court has issued a temporary restraining order against the Center for Medical Progress, barring them from releasing more videos of StemExpress executives discussing the purchase of aborted baby body parts. The videos in question are said to include conversations held in a restaurant with three StemExpress executives.
Louisiana men caught with 500 gator eggs
Thursday, 30 July 2015 16:28 Written by
Two Louisiana men are caught with 523 gator eggs and are cited for running an airboat through a wildlife refuge.(Photo: Special to the Times) CONNECT 1 TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE (Shreveport Times) -- Alligator eggs may look like something fit for the breakfast table before they hatch into what will become huge, prehistoric-looking beasts, but harvesting the valuable ova became a costly venture for two Louisianans on Tuesday. Louisiana Department
Joint venture will launch expansion open season for service to St. James, Louisiana
Thursday, 30 July 2015 16:03 Written by
HOUSTON & DALLAS & PHILADELPHIA, Jul 30, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) --Phillips 66 PSX, -1.14% Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. ETP, -1.76% and Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. SXL, -1.15% announced that they have formed a joint venture to construct the Bayou Bridge pipeline that will deliver crude oil from the Phillips 66 and Sunoco Logistics terminals in Nederland, Texas, to Lake Charles, Louisiana. The joint venture will also launch an expansion open
Kellogg Foundation giving $4.7 to nonprofits in La, Miss
Thursday, 30 July 2015 15:30 Written by
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has announced $4.7 million in grants to New Orleans and Mississippi nonprofits. A news release from foundation spokeswoman Dana Linnane says the grants are going to organizations that promote racial equity. Eight New Orleans organizations are getting $2.7 million to get unemployed teens and young men into career programs. Those grants are aimed at young men and boys of color aged 16 to 24 who are neither in school nor working.…
LA union wants to be exempt from $15 minimum wage
Thursday, 30 July 2015 14:44 Written by
The exemption proposal was made by Rusty Hicks, executive secretary-treasurer at the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO. Similar exemption clauses are not uncommon in laws passed to raise local minimum pay. The collective bargaining suppression clause in the wage bill "preserves and protects basic worker rights, and that is why nearly every city in California that has ever passed a minimum wage ordinance has included these protections," said Hicks in a
Firefighters Knock Down Fire at Business in Southern LA County
Thursday, 30 July 2015 13:51 Written by
Firefighters battled an early-morning fire that broke out in Thursday in an industrial area of southern Los Angeles County. The fire was reported around 2:30 a.m. in the 100 block of W. 131st Street in the Willowbrook area, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. A roof collapsed during the fire. Southern California Images in the News
LA HAIR Season Premiere Preview: Mary J. Blige, Jonathan Antin and Someone Gets Fired (VIDEO)
Thursday, 30 July 2015 12:28 Written by
LA HAIR is back for season four tonight on WE tv and Kim Kimble has two opportunities presented to her, one of which could change her business for the foreseeable future. During the season premiere episode, “I’m The Boss, Hunty”, Jonathan Antin walks into the shop twice in one day. As receptionist Dia noted, something huge is about to happen. But, that doesn’t mean she feeds his ego and Antin stews over being asked for
Bleisure: Strategies for dining alone (or finding company for a meal) on a business trip
Thursday, 30 July 2015 12:19 Written by
This 2014 photo released by Ashley Rodriguez shows a serving of raw oysters at Peche, a restaurant in New Orleans. Like many business travelers, Rodriguez researches restaurants and enjoys a good meal while on the road, whether she’s dining solo at the bar or catching a bite with others on business trips. (Ashley Rodriguez via AP) (The Associated Press) NEW YORK – A business trip might leave you

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