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Law enforecment gears up for busy holiday weekend on Louisiana roadways and in New Orleans

Thursday, 02 July 2015 06:08 Written by
People across the country are getting ready to take part in parties and celebrations for the Fourth of July weekend. Authorities want to make sure if your celebration involves alcohol, you don't get behind the wheel. FBI, area law enforcement increasing security measures... A national holiday is turning into a
Barcelona limits tourist accommodation and seeks a 'sustainable' plan
Thursday, 02 July 2015 05:22 Written by
Barcelona has become one of Europe’s most popular cities for holidaymakers. Since it hosted the 1992 Summer Olympics – an event which, slickly presented, radically shifted the perception of the city from the idea of a crime-ridden relic to a bright enclave of beaches, bars and bravado architecture – Barcelona has been an enormous success story. While its infamously efficient pickpockets remain an issue, there is no indication that familiarity with the
Air France La Première amenity kit by Albéa wins Travel Plus Award
Thursday, 02 July 2015 05:04 Written by
The Givenchy amenity kit given to customers in the new Air France La Première suite won the award for the best First Class airline unisex travel kit 2014 at the Travel Plus Awards. The ceremony was held on the occasion o the World Trade Catering Expo 2015, at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Hamburg, Germany. “This achievement reflects Albéa Beauty Solutions’ expertise in managing complex projects, including design and supply
Louisiana-native reflects on her experience with ‘The Voice’
Thursday, 02 July 2015 04:58 Written by
With thousands of viewers tuned in and her family watching backstage, Abbeville, Louisiana, native Koryn Hawthorne, 17, took the stage during a blind audition on the eighth season of NBC’s reality TV singing competition, “The Voice.” Her powerful, soul-driven performance of “My Kind of Love” caught the attention of celebrity musician coaches Christina Aguilera and Pharrell Williams. It was then that the young singer began her transformation into a mature artist. Hawthorne described her time…
With $150-million 'Great Wall' film, Legendary aims to bridge U.S.-China film gap
Thursday, 02 July 2015 04:45 Written by
More than four years ago, just as China’s movie market was starting to boom, Thomas Tull, the producer behind blockbusters including “The Dark Knight,” “The Hangover,” “Man of Steel” and “300,” was casting about for a concept that might particularly suit Chinese audiences — and travel globally. His fanboy imagination wandered to the Great Wall. What if, he wondered, the iconic edifice was built not to keep out hordes of Mongolians and other human invaders,…
University defends professor's firing
Thursday, 02 July 2015 01:42 Written by
Related Documents Ballard Statement University Media Relations Director Ernie Ballard released thisstatement regarding the dismissal of tenured professor TeresaBuchanan. Posted: Thursday, July 2, 2015 1:22 am | Updated: 1:35 am, Thu Jul 2, 2015. University defends professor's firingStaff ReportsLSUreveille.com | 0 comments The University defended its firing of a tenured professor over allegations of
Family of student who died in hazing incident sues CSUN, fraternity
Thursday, 02 July 2015 01:04 Written by
The family of a Cal State Northridge student who died in a fraternity hazing incident is suing the university and fraternity, saying they still don’t know what happened to him a year after his death.lRelated L.A. NowThird Cal State Northridge fraternity suspended over hazing allegationsSee all related 8 Armando
SPECIAL REPORT: "The Higher Cost of Higher Education"
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 22:45 Written by
Over the past 10 years the cost to attend college in this country has, on average, increased about 80 percent, according to the Labor Department. Tuition increases across Louisiana every year. Over the past decade, tuition has gone up double, or triple, the figure. Louisiana State University tuition in 2004/2005 was $4,326 per year. Now, tuition at LSU is $8,758 per year. McNeese State University tuition was 3,000 per year 10 years ago. Now, McNeese…
AT&T gives $50,000 to GSU to fund scholarships
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 22:40 Written by
Grambling, LA AT&T announced today a $50,000 contribution to the Grambling University Foundation Inc., for scholarships in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to be awarded to 23 students for one year. One student will receive a $5,000 scholarship, two will receive $2,500 awards, and 20 students will be awarded $2,000 scholarships. “Supporting STEM education in Louisiana is of utmost importance if we are going to continue to move forward as
University Lab's Wayde Sims preparing hard for adjustments to hometown LSU
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 19:25 Written by
Wayde Sims reluctantly considered cancelling his second set of workout plans Monday as he tried to accommodate about half dozen interview requests. The mild-mannered, if not at times shy, University Lab forward recognized that his commitment Sunday to the hometown Tigers, a program in which he's been immersed since childhood, would — somewhat ironically — take him out of his comfort zones on and off the court. University Lab forward
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