Ground broken for New Orleans culinary, hospitality school

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NEW ORLEANS- Two New Orleans restaurateurs and a developer say they have the $32 million financing needed to turn a failed visual arts center into a nonprofit restaurant and hotel school, and construction has begun. Officials said the New Orleans Culinary and Hospitality Institute should open next year, with classes at levels from tourist to Read More

No. 5 MSU snaps LSU’s eight-game win streak

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The LSU women’s basketball team fell to the No. 5 Mississippi State Bulldogs by a score of 83-70 at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center Sunday. The Lady Tigers fell to 10-4 (2-1 SEC) with the win while Mississippi State improved to 17-0 (3-0 SEC). Chloe Jackson led LSU in scoring as she tied her season-high with Read More

FINAL: Saints defeat Panthers 31-26

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New Orleans, LA – The Saints start their 2018 Super Bowl run by closing out the NFL’s Wildcard weekend against NFC South rival Carolina Sunday afternoon down in the Superdome. The Saints and Panthers started the game struggling on offense until with 1:46 to go in the first quarter after a Carolina missed field goal, Drew Brees hit Read More

LIVE UPDATES: Saints 21, Panthers 6

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New Orleans, LA – The Saints start their 2018 Super Bowl run by closing out the NFL’s Wildcard weekend against NFC South rival Carolina Sunday afternoon down in the Superdome. The Saints and Panthers started the game struggling on offense until with 1:46 to go in the first quarter after a Carolina missed field goal, Drew Brees hit Read More

Southern grabs first SWAC win, 80-69 over Grambling

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Jared Sam scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Southern picked up its first conference win, beating Grambling 80-69 on Saturday. Sam was 4 of 7 from the floor and 11 of 12 from the line for the Jaguars (5-11, 1-2 Southwestern Athletic Conference). Jamar Sandifer added 18 points and five rebounds and Sidney Umude had 12 points. Southern Read More

Despite DOJ move, Louisiana moving ahead with medical pot

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BATON ROUGE – U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ dictate on federal marijuana prosecutions isn’t slowing Louisiana plans to have medical marijuana available to patients by the summer. Sessions announced the end to Obama-era policy that kept federal authorities from cracking down on legalized pot. Supporters of Louisiana’s medical marijuana program hope the state won’t be Read More

LSU and offensive coordinator Matt Canada mutually split

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BATON ROUGE – LSU Football and offensive coordinator have mutually agreed to part ways according to a release on the schools website ending weeks of speculation regarding the future of the LSU offense. “As the head coach, you have to make tough decisions, I chose to go in a different direction in order to get where I believe Read More

Louisiana has spent $1.3M to settle sexual harassment claims

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BATON ROUGE – Louisiana has paid at least $1.3 million to settle more than two dozen sexual harassment claims since mid-2009. Some of the allegations were made against college professors, judges and a former state lawmaker. The money was paid through Louisiana’s self-insurance program, the Office of Risk Management. Data was provided to The Associated Read More