Some athletes just didn't show up. One young woman ran her race — and then kept running after crossing the finish line, forcing a doping control officer to run after her, a coach said.
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Next month, United Way of Northeast Louisiana kicks off its third year of The Heirship Project, a project aimed at educating and assisting residents who need help obtaining a clear property title.
ULM association 31 Ambassadors is putting on their 5th annual Hawktoberfest, an outdoor festival for ULM students, alumni, and other community members that includes food, drinks, games, and music.
Judicial settlement with Transocean Offshore Deepwater Drilling Inc. resolves clean water act violationsThe U.S. Department of Justice, on behalf of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized a consent decree with Transocean Offshore Deepwater Drilling, Inc (Transocean) for alleged violations of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Gulf of Mexico - Outer Continental Shelf General Permit (general permit) and Sections 301 and 309 of the federal Clean Water Act (CWA).
The Northeast Louisiana Arts Council is holding their noontime outdoor Brown Bag Concert series at Palace Park, 220 Desiard Street. With performances by Josh Love, Clara Rae, Homegrown Band, and Denene Stringfellow.
Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser announced October 2023 as Atchafalaya Month in Louisiana, welcoming everyone to explore Louisiana and become a citizen of America’s Foreign Country with events, festivals, and activities all month long.
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When people talk about climate change, you often hear hopelessness. But what if we reframe the conversation? Humans drive global warming; that means humans can find solutions to change the trajectory.
Taylor Swift means business. The popstar brought an economic boost to the NFL after she was seen at a Chiefs game. Her appearance at MetLife Stadium gives the franchise another opportunity to cash in.
His role in the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry of the early 2000s turned Wakefield into a fan favorite whose impact went far beyond his numbers.
Louisiana Department of Education awarded $55 million to increase school choice options for families
The Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) has been awarded $55 million to increase school choice options for families across the state. The Expanding Opportunities Through Quality Charter Schools Program (CSP) grant provides Louisiana with funding to support the addition of new, expanding, or replicating charter schools.
Join us Friday, 9/29, 7-9 pm as the Ouachita River Blues Society 2023 Blues Challenge winners take the stage — Josh Love Band and Joel Jordan!
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- Gov. Newsom selects Laphonza Butler to fill Dianne Feinstein's Senate seat
- Monday's Powerball jackpot is now worth more than $1 billion
- Scientists and volunteers work together to monitor annual butterfly migration
- Wave of cider makers are branching out from the juicy, sweet stuff in grocery stores
- GOP wants Rep. Jamaal Bowman punished after he triggered a fire alarm on Saturday