NELA voters to choose three senators

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 22:11 Written by
1 CONNECT 1 TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Voters in northeastern Louisiana will select representatives for three senate seats Oct. 24. In Senate District 29, Joshua Joy Dara Sr., R-Pineville will face Jay Luneau, D-Alexandria. James Fannin, R-Jonesboro will face Stewart Cathey Jr., R-Monroe in the Senate District 35 race. State Senate 33rd District race has Mike Walsworth, R-West Monroe against Vance McAllister, R-Monroe.
Reward in Domino's delivery driver slaying now $25,000, Fox 8 reports Featured
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 21:59 Written by
Crimestoppers on Tuesday (Oct. 6) announced the reward for information about the fatal shooting of a Domino's pizza delivery driver in March is now $25,000, according to WVUE Fox 8 News. RPM Pizza and Domino's Pizza put up an additional $10,000, according to WVUE.
LPB celebrates 40 years with new app; let's you watch shows anywhere, sometimes before they even air on TV
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 21:58 Written by
As it marks 40 years on the air, Louisiana Public Broadcasting isn’t dwelling on its past. It’s too busy developing its future. In 1975, the network’s viewers accessed programming one way — from the TVs in their living rooms. Now, the choices for watching public television are varied, from streaming Roku, to online sites, to the ubiquitous smartphone.
LouisianaVoice fundraiser continues, but with a special offer
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 21:55 Written by
Our October fund raiser continues and we’ve got a deal for you! (And don’t forget to forward this message on social media.) As you know, I have one book, Louisiana Rocks: The True Genesis of Rock & Roll, which has been on the shelves for nearly five years now. But I have another book which will examine the less than stellar performance of Bobby Jindal during his eight years in office. As yet untitled, that…
Dancers from Alaska, Rhode Island to Guest Star in Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet's THE NUTCRACKER
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 21:52 Written by
EMILY LOSCOCCO, principal dancer of Alaska Dance Theater, and ALAN ALBERTO, principal dancer of Festival Ballet Providence, will appear as guest artists in the Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet's production of The Nutcracker on December 12 and 13, 2015 at the Riverview Theatre in Shreveport, Louisiana. EMILY LOSCOCCO's first ballet teacher was Wayne Stewart of the Royal Ballet.
New zoning restrictions approved
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 21:45 Written by
The City-Parish Council on Tuesday approved new limits on the development of apartment complexes along Louisiana Avenue between Willow Street and Interstate 10. Apartments already faced some restrictions under special zoning rules approved for Louisiana Avenue in 2005, but those limits would have largely gone away under a city-wide overhaul on zoning regulations scheduled to go into effect later this year. The council voted 6-3 to approve a proposal by Councilman Kenneth Boudreaux to prohibit…
Drew Brees gets fantasy football advice in Xbox commercial Featured
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 21:45 Written by
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has bee a favorite among fantasy football owners. In a recent Xbox commercial the pro-bowler, gets some advice that several owners are likely hoping he follows. An instructor in a fictional class advises Brees to "Go Deep!"
Diddy and LA Reid merge music companies
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 21:43 Written by
Sean “Diddy” Combs has merged his Bad Boy Entertainment with LA Reid’s Epic Records. Combs quipped, “I have known [LA] since the very beginning.” Epic got off to a rocky start when Reid joined in 2011. “He was doing reality TV his first year and not completely focused,” a source said.
Bobby Jindal will announce plan to make all Americans — even the poorest — pay income taxes Featured
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 21:39 Written by
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, trying to revive his ailing Republican presidential bid, will unveil a tax plan on Wednesday whose goal is to make all citizens pay at least some federal income taxes, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday. “If we have generations of Americans who never pay any taxes, it will be very easy for them to turn a blind eye to absurd government spending and to continue to allow our government to…
Hillary Clinton sends GOP candidates, including Bobby Jindal, a gift: Her 2014 memoir Featured
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 21:35 Written by
WASHINGTON – Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday (October 6) that she sent the GOP presidential candidates a gift – her 2014 book "Hard Choices" about her four years as secretary of state during the first term of Obama administration. In a letter accompanying the book, Democrat Clinton used the formal first names for some of the candidates, not their preferred names, including "Piyush Jindal," "John E.
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