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Lafayette shooter was sent to mental hospital, but it was never entered in federal database, Washington Post reports

Monday, 27 July 2015 16:20 Written by
In 2008, a judge sent Lafayette theater shooter John Russell Houser to a Georgia mental hospital, but state officials never entered Houser into a federal database that would have blocked him from buying a gun, the Washington Post reported Monday.
Regarding public notices, New Orleans' Sewerage & Water Board is a joke: Jarvis DeBerry
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:20 Written by
In the play "Romeo & Juliet," Friar Laurence gives Juliet a potion to help her play dead. Then he sends Romeo a note to let him know it's all just pretend. But Romeo kills himself because he doesn't get word
Hollywood South News with Jabari: This week kicks off the Irish Film Festival in Baton Rouge
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:19 Written by
New Orleans (WGNO) – Irish Film Festival Friday kicks off the 2015 Irish Film Festival in Baton Rouge. Short and Feature films are screening at the festival. To start iff Friday night they’ll be showing off nine short films, a band will be performing and then a late night horror feature of The Hallow. For more information on the Irish Film Festival, CLICK HERE Hollywood South Highlight Joseph Incaprera is a Producer on Cinemax’s TV…
Lafayette's outpouring of sadness as two theater victims are laid to rest: Tearful families pay tribute to 'vibrant' student and artist gunned down by drifter at the movies
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:19 Written by
Funeral service for Mayci Breaux, 21, was held on Monday morning at the Church of Assumption in Franklin, LouisianaA service was held for Jillian Johnson, 33, at the Delhomme Funeral Home in LafayetteBreaux and Johnson were killed and nine were wounded when John Russell Houser opened fire in a Lafayette movie theaterThe women were honored with a candlelight vigil and prayer service at a church in Lafayette on Sunday nightByMyriah Towner For Dailymail.com Published: 14:38…
Overton Brooks invites Shreveport Veterans to Town Hall Meeting
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:19 Written by
SHREVEPORT, La. The Overton Brooks VA Medical Center hopes you will be able to attend a Town Hall and outreach event next month. The meeting will take place from 5 p.m. until 6 p.m. Aug. 11 inside the 2nd floor Education Center at the Main Facility on 510 E. Stoner Ave. The Town Hall meeting is an open forum in which hospital leaders will listen to stakeholder’s thoughts, concerns and ideas. The
Tiny houses’ in New Orleans
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:18 Written by
Tiny houses veer between fad and architectural fascination in cities across the world, but in New Orleans ­— where waterways and old plantantion lines make frequent curiosities out of the street grid — they may be finding a natural home. With undeveloped standard-sized lots increasingly scarce among the most sought-after neighborhoods along the Mississippi River, architects and developers are looking for building opportunities on small parcels that have been overlooked until now. While planners around…
Bobby Jindal's Case for (a Tiny Bit of) Gun Control
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:17 Written by
Bobby Jindal has sometimes struggled to garner attention for his presidential campaign by declaiming on issues important to hardcore conservatives. Unsolicited, he weighed in on Rudy Giuliani's musing that Barack Obama doesn't love America (Jindal agreed). When other states backed off so-called religious-freedom laws and orders, Jindal went out of his way to issue an executive order doing the same in Louisiana. Jindal's latest comments might attract the attention of strong conservatives, but they're unlikely…
Mother and child killed in accident in Myrtle Grove
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:12 Written by
A mother and child were killed Monday afternoon in an accident on Highway 23. Investigators said the accident was reported around 1:45 p.m. near Myrtle Grove in Plaquemines Parish. State police said that the accident involved two vehicles, and another child is in critical condition. WDSU Reporter Casey Ferrand is on the scene and will have details on WDSU News at 4, 5 & 6.
Next year's U.S. Senate race revving up already
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:11 Written by
The biggest news of late comes out of the Kennedy camp. His top aide of 18 years, Deputy Treasurer Jason Redmond, is leaving his position with the treasury and has filed documents with the Federal Election Commission to form the Louisiana Proud super PAC. So far it's the first independent expenditure committee for the next cycle that could raise unlimited amounts of money and spend it to promote, or demonize, candidates. Contacted for comment, Redmond…
Barack Obama’s ‘hypocrisy’ remark sets off political storm
Monday, 27 July 2015 16:11 Written by
Opposition leaders Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka, Martha Karua and Moses Wetang’ula speak to journalists on their memorandum to President Obama at Capitol Hill offices, Nairobi. [Photo/ Jonah Onyango/Standard]US President Barack Obama's remarks that suggested some Kenyan Opposition figures are steeped in hypocrisy have sparked fresh rivalry between the ruling Jubilee alliance and CORD. President Obama made the remarks during a session with civil society representatives at Kenyatta University on Sunday afternoon after an earlier meeting…
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