- May 10, 2021
People in Lake Charles who need help paying their water bills will soon be able to apply for grants.
Girls and boys at one school in Louisiana were so good that Mrs. Claus visited early, showering the basketball court with treats dropped from a helicopter.
All nine judges in Louisiana’s Second Circuit Court of Appeal have recused themselves from a sexual abuse lawsuit against the Catholic Diocese of Shreveport and a late priest.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and a shortage of nurses and other health care workers to treat patients with COVID-19, a Catholic university in Baton Rouge has been graduating nursing students early and accelerating its respiratory therapy program for seniors.
Five Louisiana priests that sacrificed their lives to care for the sick through the 1873 yellow fever epidemic in Shreveport are officially on the path to sainthood.
Five priests who died during the 1873 yellow fever pandemic in Shreveport are being considered for sainthood.
The president of the Susan B. Anthony List, a national pro-life organization, welcomed the Nov. 23 federal appeals court decision allowing Texas and Louisiana to exclude Planned Parenthood from Medicaid funding.
In response to complaints that family and clergy were barred from hospitals and nursing homes in the coronavirus pandemic, Louisiana legislators have rewritten state laws to lessen visitation restrictions during public health emergencies.