UPDATE: APSO reports Prairieville teen found, safe and unharmed

UPDATE: The missing teen has been found, safe and unharmed according Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office. Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office Juvenile Unit is actively seeking the whereabouts of 17-year-old Breanna Stanford who left her residence on Thursday, April 4. According to Sheriff Bobby Webre, Stanford was last seen wearing a black and gray batman hooded sweatshirt, […]

AG’s take on removal of 30,000 from Medicaid rolls

BATON ROUGE, LA – Following news reports that 30,500 people were removed from Louisiana Medicaid rolls after being wrongly placed on there by the John Bel Edwards Administration, Attorney General Jeff Landry issued the following statement: “Medicaid welfare costs taxpayers approximately $500 per month per recipient. This multi-million dollar mess could have been avoided had […]

Previously deported, registered sex offender arrested in LA for Internet Crimes Against Children

“This arrest should serve as a wake-up call to Congress.” – Attorney General Jeff Landry BATON ROUGE, LA – Today, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry announced the arrest of an illegal alien for Internet Crimes Against Children. Miguel Martinez – 44, illegally residing in Harvey – was arrested on 100 counts of possession of pornography involving juveniles […]

Baton Rouge Group holds Attire for Hire clothing drive

  BATON ROUGE, LA – Women in Media, a professional organization, is once again partnering with Kean’s Fine Dry Cleaning to host its annual Attire for Hire Clothing Drive to benefit local, disadvantaged women re-entering the workforce. The clothing drive will be held from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, April 13, at the Kean’s […]

Information sought about March 22 accident at Airline Hwy/Germany Rd

We need information from somebody, anybody who saw this accident or was near this area at the time of the accident. We need to know the flow of traffic at the time of the accident. If anyone can tell us if the Neighborhood Walmart has recording cameras or any other businesses around there have recording […]

District 7 Council Candidate shares thoughts on drainage policy

Does Ascension Parish have a net zero fill policy? Not at all. At the March 21, 2019 Parish Council meeting, the administration stated Ascension Parish is like Houston in terms of flooding.  Houston has a net zero fill policy so that is what Ascension Parish should follow.  Subsequently, when the Engineering Review Agent (ERA) was […]

Obamacare unconstitutional? Attorney General, other state officials consider options

BATON ROUGE, LA  (April 1)—Today, in an effort to protect preexisting healthcare conditions and provide other patient protections – Attorney General Jeff Landry, House Speaker Taylor Barras, Senate Health & Welfare Committee Chairman Senator Fred Mills, and Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon’s Office discussed their collaboration on the Health Care Coverage for Louisiana Families Protection Act. […]

Girl Scouts celebrate sweet and successful Cookie Program

BATON ROUGE — Girl Scouts of southwest Louisiana have over a million reasons why they are the female entrepreneurs of tomorrow after completing another successful product sale during this year’s Cookie Program. Girl Scouts sold over 1.1 million boxes of cookies in Girl Scouts Louisiana East’s 23-parish jurisdiction, with the girls averaging 179 boxes each. The Girl Scouts […]

Beware of skewed polls during Election Year

March 30, 2019 by Tom Aswell (Louisiana Voice) You want to know how politicians skew their poll data? A poll commissioned by Candidate A, for example may contain loaded questions like: If you were asked to choose between Candidate A, who believes in the sanctity of life, and Candidate B, who believes in killing babies, would […]

Has Bill Cassidy conceded a need to “lower…greenhouse gas emissions”

Shutting Down Socialism Voting Against Green New Deal, Approaching Climate Change with Pro-Jobs Common Sense The Senate voted on the Green New Deal this week, a proposal which would cost an esimated $93 trillion or $65,000 a year per family. The extreme proposal failed by a vote of 0-57, with 43 Democrat senators responding “present.” My take […]