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U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham is considering a run for governor in 2019, and his support for calling a limited constitutional convention in Louisiana is focusing more attention on the issue.
Stakeholders are mobilizing to try and keep a post office in downtown Alexandria.
The downtown branch — which is located inside the federal courthouse on Murray Street — will close on May 31. Customers will be diverted to the main office on Odom Street, which is nearly two miles away.
ALEXANDRIA, La. - The tradition continued this year as the Pentecostals of Alexandria put on their production of 'Above All'.
A cast of around 300 have been rehearsing for months to prepare an impressive show that tells the story of Jesus.
The chairwoman of the Louisiana Democratic Party is the most high-profile Democratic official in the country to date to call for a repeal of the Second Amendment.
BATON ROUGE, La. - The Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge Program at Gillis W. Long Center graduated more than 200 cadets during a ceremony at Bethany Church – South in Baton Rouge, La.
Alexandria, La. - Htet Htet Rodgers is a psychology major at Northwestern State University. She’s set to graduate in 2019 and is a contestant in the upcoming Miss Louisiana Pageant. But life wasn’t always grand for Rodgers.
WASHINGTON - Republican Congressmen Ralph Abraham and Mike Johnson of Louisiana are blasting a massive spending bill approved by the House of Representatives Thursday.
FREDERICK, MD – The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), along with aviation industry leaders, and elected officials from Capitol Hill, gathered last night at Ronald Reagan National Airport’s historic Terminal A in Washington, D.C., for the third annual R.A. “Bob” Hoover Awards.
In yet another signal that Congressman Ralph Abraham will be on the ballot in 2019, the veterinarian-turned-physician told LaPolitics that his potential bid for governor would be anchored by a vow to rewrite key sections of Louisiana’s guiding charter.
Democrats at the rally favor a ban on assault weapons and other gun control measures. However, they haven't gained traction in congress.