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Senator John Kennedy discusses coronavirus latest in LouisianaSenator John Kennedy says it's up in the air if LSU and the New Orleans Saints will play in front of fans this year.

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The impact of COVID-19 on Louisiana's public education systemLouisiana Association of Educators Launches Campaign Calling for Action on School Relief Funding.

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Louisiana approves $1 billion wind farm projectSouthwestern Electric Power Co., a company of Columbus, Ohio-based utility American Electric Power, has received regulatory approval from Louisiana for its plan to invest $1.01 billion to acquire three wind farms in north-central Oklahoma.

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10 Louisiana schools under investigation for allegedly starting practice early, LHSAA saysDespite guidelines and warnings, the LHSAA is investigating a growing list of schools who were turned in on suspicion of practicing before the new June 8 summer start date.

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Louisiana State Police Are Currently on the Scene of Two Separate Crashes on I-10 Between Duson and ScottThe eastbound lanes are both closed and the westbound is only open in one lane.

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State Library of Louisiana Reopening Under Phase 1 Process in Accordance With State and National GuidelinesThe State Library of Louisiana is reopening under a phased process that began on Monday, May 18.

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U.S. coronavirus death toll surpasses 100,000; Louisiana reports 2,617 victimsHARTFORD, Conn. — The U.S. surpassed a jarring milestone Wednesday in the coronavirus pandemic: 100,000 deaths.

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Coronavirus Acadiana update: Latest information on new cases, deathsLouisiana coronavirus update: New cases, deaths in Acadiana; Lafayette mayor eyes cuts.

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13 Louisiana children have developed illness tied to virusLouisiana health officials say 13 children in the state have developed a rare inflammatory disease related to the new coronavirus, and one has died.

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Officer fired after allegedly saying it was 'unfortunate' virus didn't kill all black peopleA police officer in Louisiana has been fired after allegedly posting a comment on Facebook that said it was "unfortunate" the coronavirus did not kill all black people.

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Trump Threatens Social Media After Twitter Fact-Checks HimPresident Donald Trump threatened social media companies with new regulation or even shuttering on Wednesday after Twitter added fact checks to two of his tweets.

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Coronavirus in Louisiana: Governor John Bel Edwards: Masks criticalLouisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said Wednesday he is encouraged by the trajectory of the coronavirus in the state, but stopped short of offering a firm commitment to move the state into Phase 2 of reopening beginning June 5.

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New Orleans' Best SaladsMostly made of lettuce, which is mostly made of water, salads are innately reviving, a smugly satisfying meal despite the loads of blue cheese dressing and bacon bits atop that favorite wedge.

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Historic SpaceX Launch Postponed Because Of Stormy WeatherThe launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history-making flight into orbit was called off with 16 minutes to go in the countdown Wednesday because of thunderclouds and the danger of lightning.

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Governor Tate Reeves Announces Safe Return for Mississippi in Final Stages of Reopening EconomyToday, Governor Tate Reeves announced his Safer At Home order will be ending on June 1 to be replaced by new guidance for the next stage of economic recovery for Mississippi.

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Cal Basketball: Former Cal Forward Jacobi Gordon Transfers to Louisiana-LafayetteGordon is expected to be a key player for the Ragin' Cajuns in the Sun Belt conference.

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Transcript: Anthony Chickillo conference call"Obviously, it was a great opportunity for me to come to New Orleans.. Couldn't ask for a better organization, with a better head coach, better team, better quarterback and I'm just really excited to get to New Orleans and to get to work."

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Saints Morning Break for Wednesday, May 27Hard work, resilience, Thomas Morstead: Saints punter's story told through children's book.

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Louisiana Delta Community College honored in National Drug Court MonthIn celebration of National Drug Court month, the 4th Judicial District Court Drug and Alcohol Court expressed it appreciation to Louisiana Delta Community College for its efforts in working with drug court participants to further their educations and reduce their recidivism, thereby making the community safer.

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New Orleans Mayor Proposes No Cars, Pedestrian Malls for the French Quarter"This is our time," Mayor LaToya Cantrell said of project "No Cars in the Quarter"

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More Netcare staff test positive for Covid-19, this time in BoksburgThe Netcare Sunward Park Hospital in Boksburg has closed its theatres and diverted ambulance emergencies after some staff members tested positive for Covid-19.

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Chandrababu Naidu demands to shift Dalit doctor to private hospitalAmaravati , May 28 : Andhra Pradesh opposition leader and former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday expressed concern over the deteriorating health of Dr Sudhakar and demanded to shift the doctor to a private hospital.

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Louisiana police trying to find missing Diamondhead manPolice in Louisiana are asking for help to find a 57-year-old Diamondhead man who has not been seen in two weeks.

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Q&A: What You Need To Know If A Contact Tracer CallsAny day now, you could be getting a call from a contact tracer with the Louisiana Department of Health.

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Malana Joseph MitchellA public relations and brand strategist, Malana Joseph Mitchell is the vice president of public relations for Spears Group, a strategic communications, creative and PR firm.

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Local doctor, astronaut discusses importance of SpaceX LaunchFor the first time in nearly a decade, NASA astronauts will blast to space from the historic launchpad in Florida.

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Interim chancellor named at a Louisiana community collegeVincent June's appointment as interim chancellor at South Louisiana Community College takes effect Saturday, Louisiana Community and Technical College System President Monty Sullivan said Wednesday.

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Company unveils plans to resume Mississippi River cruisesA second company has announced its plans to resume cruises on the Mississippi River.

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Glazed Or Jelly? Doughnuts Lure City-Roaming Bear Into TrapA black bear roaming around a Florida city proved no match for the doughnuts that lured the animal into a humane trap.

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George Floyd's Death Stokes Calls For Minneapolis Officers To Be ChargedUpdated at 2:20 p.m. ET Just one day after the death of a black man whose arrest was recorded and posted on social media by a passerby, Minneapolis is.

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Lunchbreak: CBS Sports Ranks Vikings Offensive Trio in 2nd TierThe Vikings may have seen some turnover on defense this offseason, but there is plenty of continuity on the other side of the ball.

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Some Countries Have Brought New Cases Down To Nearly Zero. How'd They Do It?Over the past month, Hong Kong has averaged one new confirmed coronavirus case a day.

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Here's what to expect at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette this fallMore than 20 administrators, faculty and students at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette have been meeting daily for the past two weeks to determine how the fall semester will look with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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What We Learn From FDR's New DealLessons from the New Deal. It wasn't one big package wrapped in political consensus. We look at the real, messy process that pulled the U.S. out of the.

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Wienerschnitzel Inks 20-Unit Development Deal in LouisianaWienerschnitzel, the world's largest hot dog franchise, announced a new area development agreement with Lake Charles-based, Henderson Family Restaurants, LLC, to build 20 new Wienerschnitzel restaurants throughout the State of Louisiana over the next 13 - years.

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Crash on I-10 at Siegen Lane leaves 3 injuredPolice are responding to a major crash on I-10 in East Baton Rouge Wednesday evening.

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How The 'Lost Art' Of Breathing Can Impact Sleep And ResilienceHumans typically take about 25,000 breaths per day - often without a second thought. But the COVID-19 pandemic has put a new spotlight on respiratory illnesses and the breaths we so often take for granted.

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Trio Infuses 'Transylvanian Folk Songs' With Mystery And ClarityLucian Ban, John Surman and Mat Maneri bring a fresh treatment - and musical chemistry - to the bare-bones folk transcriptions of the 20th-century Hungarian composer Béla Bartók.

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Steyn v Anderson: How Jimmy always benefitedThere's little more than a month to go, it increasingly seems, for Test cricket's fresh lift-off after the coronavirus crisis.

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'We're disappointed': Baton Rouge Southside YMCA closes amid 2016 floods, coronavirus revenue lossIt's the end of an era for Susan Hodges and her chosen family of fitness enthusiast seniors who are about to lose the place that brought them together and kept.

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Louisiana COVID-19 hospitalizations dip below 800The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Louisiana climbed to about 38,500 in figures reported Wednesday, an increase of more than 400 from the day before as the number of tests conducted in the state continues to grow.

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Larry Kramer, Pioneering AIDS Activist And Writer, Dies At 84Editor's note: This story contains language that may be offensive. Larry Kramer was one of the first activists against AIDS, back when the disease.

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Louisiana coronavirus: 21 more die; hospitalizations continue to declineThis undated electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

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An America Bereaved: A Day To Grieve The Victims Of COVID-19As the coronavirus death toll in the United States approaches 100,000, how can we comprehend the scale of our loss?

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The Socially-Distanced 1A Movie Club: The Vast Of NightWhile some of the best films of the century have been directed by auteurs who cut their teeth in school, filmmakers like Quentin Tarantino are famous for learning how to make movies by going to see films rather than going to film school.

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A Conversation With Director Ava DuVernayWatching TV shows and movies has become an even bigger pastime for those of us who are able to isolate safely at home.

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U.S. Honor Flag travels to LouisianaThe U.S. Honor Flag will be traveling to New Orleans on Wednesday, May 27.

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Swift Firings For Minneapolis Officers In Death Of George FloydTo the general public, the video of a white police officer pressing his knee into the neck of a black man prone on the street, crying out for help until he finally stopped moving, was horrifying.

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La. Senate approves bill expanding medical marijuana accessThe Senate voted 28-6 Wednesday to approve a bill to make medical marijuana more widely available across the state.

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Louisiana cop fired for saying 'unfortunate' more black people didn't die of coronavirusA Louisiana police officer was fired over a Facebook comment saying it was "unfortunate" more black people did not die of the coronavirus.

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Survey Shows Big Remote Learning Gaps For Low-Income And Special Needs ChildrenFour out of 10 of the poorest U.S. students are accessing remote learning as little as once a week or less, according to a new survey from ParentsTogether, an advocacy group.

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Proposal for sports betting vote in fall election heads to governor for approvalThe Louisiana House approved a proposal Wednesday that will put sports betting to a parish-by-parish vote in November.

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Saints, OL Hurst agree to one-year dealThe New Orleans Saints signed veteran offensive lineman James Hurst to a one-year deal.

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Coronavirus in Louisiana: 86 more cases in Orleans and Jefferson, 443 more cases statewideLouisiana health officials report 86 new positive cases of coronavirus in Orleans and Jefferson parishes, as well as two related deaths.

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France Bars Use Of Hydroxychloroquine In COVID-19 CasesThe French government is revoking a decree that had allowed hospitals to prescribe hydroxychloroquine in some COVID-19 cases, saying there is no proof that it helps patients - and citing data that shows it could cause heart problems and other health risks.

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Hungary Says It Will End State Of Emergency Giving Orban Power To Rule By DecreeHungary's government says it will end a coronavirus-related state of emergency on June 20, revoking a much-criticized law that handed sweeping powers to Prime Minister Viktor Orban in March.

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From Louisiana To The Netherlands, Climate Change Brings New ThreatsAfter Hurricane Katrina, Louisiana officials sought advice from the Dutch.

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Streetcar: 5 Worst Calamities in New Orleans HistoryAt this point the pandemic is still a current, live tragedy, but before passing judgment we'll wait until the incident is buffered by time.

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Italian InspirationEven in a place with a strong Italian and Sicilian heritage, such as New Orleans, the Garibaldi cocktail, like its namesake, is relatively unknown.

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Junior's Faces the ChaosThe Junior's Burger dressed with fries. Tough times don't create character, they reveal it. Just a few months after opening Junior's, a neighborhood eatery on Harrison Avenue in Lakeview, the coronavirus delivered its devastating nationwide blow.

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Wienerschnitzel Franchise Signs 20-Unit Area Development Deal in LouisianaMay 27, 2020 // Franchising.com // IRVINE, California - Wienerschnitzel, the world's largest hot dog franchise, is proud to announce a new area development agreement with Lake Charles-based, Henderson Family Restaurants, LLC, to build 20 new Wienerschnitzel restaurants throughout the State of Louisiana over the next 13 - years.

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NBA Superlatives: Pelicans guard JJ RedickFourteen years ago, Duke University's all-time leading scorer was selected 11th overall in the NBA draft by the Orlando Magic.

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Pelicans News Around the WebReport: There's a 'good chance' NBA goes straight to postseason During his six-year tenure as NBA commissioner, Adam Silver has showed he is not beholden to tradition.

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Twitter Q&A with New Orleans Pelicans rookie Jaxson HayesNew Orleans Pelicans rookie Jaxson Hayes celebrated his 20th birthday on Saturday, May 23rd. Hayes participated in a Twitter Q&A with the official NBA Twitter account on his special day.

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I-10 widening project at EBR-Ascension line nears completionThe end is near for the I-10 widening project. Soon a six-and-a-half-mile section from Highland to LA 73 will be expanded from four lanes to six.

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Lane shifts, road closures throughout the Capital AreaLane shifts and closures scheduled throughout the Capital Area for the month of June are listed below.

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Secrecy bill for companies receiving tax credits killed in Louisiana legislative committeeLegislation pushed by business groups to keep secret some information reported by companies receiving tax incentives from the state died Wednesday, after lawmakers and press advocates voiced concerns that it would hide crucial information about businesses benefiting from public programs.

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Recruiting: Louisiana's Langlois likes K-StateHolding an offer for little more than a week, K-State has already made a big impression on standout Louisiana athlete Matthew Langlois.

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Louisiana State Library to reopen on June 5Louisiana's State Library in Baton Rouge will reopen to the public on Friday, June 5.

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At Quarter-Capacity With No Tourists, New Orleans Restaurants Wonder How To Survive The 'New Normal'Before the coronavirus, people would line the block waiting to get a table at Willie Mae's Scotch House, a Treme neighborhood restaurant that serves world-famous fried chicken.

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Saints announce preseason scheduleThe New Orleans Saints announced their 2020 preseason schedule Wednesday afternoon.

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Saints DE Spence out for season with torn ACLNew Orleans Saints defensive end Noah Spence will miss the 2020 season with a torn ACL and was placed on the non-football injury list.

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Louisville, Jefferson County next of kin noticesThe Jefferson County Coroner's Office is seeking the next of kin for Elizabeth Dahl, 72.

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TOP DENTISTThis list is excerpted from the 2020 topDentists list, a database, which includes listings for more than 190 dentists and specialists in the New Orleans area.

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Trump Threatens To Shut Down Social Media After Twitter Adds Warning To His TweetsTensions between President Trump and Twitter escalated Wednesday as he threatened to "strongly regulate" or shut down social media platforms, which he accused of silencing conservative viewpoints.

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Nevada Will Reopen Its Casinos On June 4, Governor SaysCasinos in Las Vegas and other Nevada cities can reopen next Thursday for the first time since the coronavirus forced the gaming industry to shut down more than two months ago, Gov.

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State Library of Louisiana Reopening Under Phase 1 Process in Accordance With State and National GuidelinesThe State Library of Louisiana is reopening under a phased process that began on Monday, May 18.

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Nurse Says Shopping Feels 'Weird' While Others Are StrugglingAvery Hoppa's job is practically pandemic-proof: She's a nurse who does triage over the phone.

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Louisiana High School set to hold in-person graduationKHQA received several calls and concerns into the newsroom about the pending graduation for Louisiana High School students in Louisiana, Missouri.

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7 Best Financial Advisors in St Louis, MissouriBenzinga took stock of the best financial advisors in St. Louis, Missouri to help you make the most informed selection and find the best financial advisors.

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1 La. death, 13 cases of illness in kids possibly linked to COVID-19Medical experts are now on alert for a new syndrome found in children that may be caused by the coronavirus.

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During Colombia's Coronavirus Lockdown, Needy Residents Signal SOS With Red RagsWith COVID-19 deaths spiking in many Latin American countries, Colombia - which has confirmed more than 23,000 cases and 776 deaths - is extending its nationwide lockdown until the end of this month.

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Tropical Storm Bertha forms, hits South Carolina coastTropical Storm Bertha made landfall on South Carolina's coast Wednesday morning shortly after it formed, becoming the second named storm before the official start of this year's Atlantic hurricane season.

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13 Louisiana children have developed illness tied to virusThirteen Louisiana children have developed a rare inflammatory disease related to the new coronavirus and one has died, Gov.

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Classic Hamburger with a Cajun flairThis week is National Hamburger week. And I am traveling to favorite place in Lafayette to enjoy a classic hamburger done right.

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Cozy CookingAll photos by Melanie Warner Spencer By most accounts, we have a small kitchen. It measures just over 8-foot by just over 9-foot and, were it designed any other way, it might be too small.

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OLOL in need of blood donations amid national shortageAs people are ordered to stay at home and away from others to avoid the spread of COVID-19, blood donations have reached a dangerous low.

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1.2 Million Inhabitants Might be Affected by Marshlands Rapidly Sinking in Louisiana Within 50 YearsResearch on rapid sea level rise confirms that Louisiana marshlands could completely sink withink 50 years due to global warming.

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Wediquette Wednesday: What do I do if I don't like my engagement ring?Getty Each Wednesday, we tackle wedding etiquette. At times, it's a reader question or one from a colleague, friend or family member and other times we'll cover a popular issue.

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Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards on masks: Those who don't wear them asking for troubleGovernor John Bel Edwards: 'Masks are a huge part of making sure we don't have a spike in cases'

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Self-Care in the Time of a Pandemic: One Editor's Story, Part 7cGracious Bakery Brown Sugar Pecan Cake. What if when you look back on this time 10 years from now, the first thing that comes to your mind is a feeling of happiness, not fear?

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State to distribute free healthAs childcare facilities across the state begin to reopen, the state government will supply them with supplies that will ensure they're able to welcome children and staff into safe and healthy environments.

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Louisiana child dies from MIS-C, inflammatory condition linked to coronavirusLouisiana has reported its first death related to a rare but potentially deadly inflammatory condition in children associated with the exposure to the coronavirus.

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First Louisiana youth dies of inflammatory illness connected to coronavirus, John Bel Edwards saysThe first Louisiana youth has died from a rare inflammatory condition related to the novel coronavirus, Gov.

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LA Tech shares in grant from National Science FoundationLouisiana Tech University will receive $3.517 million of a five-year, $20 million award from the National Science Foundation to establish the Louisiana Materials Design Alliance and transform research and education in advanced manufacturing and materials throughout the State.

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5 Tricks to Beat Cabin FeverLiving in self-quarantine isn't always fun when living in the Big Easy. In fact, spending all day in the house can be stressful, as men, women and children quickly grow restless.

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On The Trail Of Our EldersPhoto credit: Louisiana's Cajun Bayou Tourism Dr. Edwin Lewis Stephens, the first president of the University of Southwestern Louisiana Institute, now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, was inspired by a Walt Whitman poem and started possibly the first organization for live oak trees.

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Live Updates: Wednesday Afternoon Commute10 hours 11 minutes 54 seconds ago Wednesday, May 27 2020 May 27, 2020 May 27, 2020 1:59 PM May 27, 2020 in News.

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Louisiana Police Officer Fired For Racist Comment During Facebook Live Stream Of Governor's Coronavirus UpdateSome residents have defended the officer, saying his comments were taken out of context due to changes to Facebook's comment section for livestreams.

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Governor orders flags at half-staff to honor fallen state trooperGovernor John Bel Edwards ordered that all flags at the capitol and public buildings be flown at half-staff in honor of Trooper George Baker, who was killed in the line of duty last week.

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"Harry Potter" Author J.K. Rowling Publishes A New Children's BookThis is not a Harry Potter spin-off "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling announced on Twitter that she is publis...

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2 US astronauts arrive at launch pad for SpaceX launchWith thunderstorms and the possibility of tornadoes threatening a delay, two NASA astronauts climbed aboard a SpaceX rocket ship Wednesday for liftoff on a history-making flight that was seen as a giant leap forward for the booming business of commercial space travel.

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Louisiana Coronavirus update for Acadiana: Latest information on new cases, deathsThe Acadiana region saw 33 new COVID-19 cases and six new deaths Wednesday, as Acadia Parish continues to report a sharp increase in cases and deaths.

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How To Watch The NASA SpaceX Launch This AfternoonFirst U.S. Manned Spaceflight Since 2011 SpaceX is on schedule to launch their Falcon 9 rocket to the Internat...

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Report: Offshore Shell workers with coronavirus airlifted from oil platform in Gulf of MexicoShell confirmed Wednesday that it's in the process of airlifting nine of its offshore workers out of the Gulf of Mexico after they showed symptoms of the coronavirus.

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Wall Street is mixed as leaderboard flips upside downStock indexes are mixed in midday trading on Wall Street Wednesday, as hopes for a coming economic revival turn the market's leaderboard upside down.

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Baker Police: Man wakes up angry, begins shooting at his neighbor's homePolice arrested 24-year-old Mark Dantzler, a man who allegedly fired shots at his neighbor's home shortly after 2 a.m., Tuesday, sending a spray of bullets through their vehicles and windows.

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'We need football': Coach O appears on national TV to talk fall sportsCoach Ed Orgeron appeared on Fox News Wednesday to discuss the coronavirus's effect on sports and the community's need to rally around sports come the fall.

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'A step toward normalcy'Rosy as the news might sound, Gary Bettman made no promises in announcing the NHL has the framework of a plan in place to return to the ice.

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Jimmy Fallon apologizes for participating in offensive SNL skitNBC "Tonight" show host Jimmy Fallon has apologized for doing an impersonation of fellow comic Chris Rock while in blackface during a 2000 episode of "Saturday Night Live."

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Players call MLB economic proposal `extremely disappointing'A rookie at the major league minimum would keep about 47% of his original salary this year while multimillionaire stars Mike Trout and Gerrit Cole would lose more than 77% under a sliding-scale proposal by big league teams that players found "extremely disappointing."

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Elliott ends Busch's win streak, collects $100,000 bountyChase Elliott gained a measure of revenge against Kyle Busch on Tuesday night - and then let him know about it.

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Swift firings for Minneapolis officers in death of black manTo the general public, the video of a white police officer pressing his knee into the neck of a shirtless black man prone on the street, crying out for help until he finally stopped moving, was horrifying.

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Virus expands grip in many areas, as US nears 100,000 deathsSouth Korea reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks on Wednesday and India saw another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expanded its grip across much of the globe.

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Judge: Health Dept. must respond to public records requestA Mississippi judge ruled Tuesday that the state Health Department must respond to a newspaper's public records request about long-term care facilities where outbreaks of the new coronavirus have occurred.

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Hotel worker among fresh Vic virus casesA staff member at a Melbourne hotel hosting quarantined travellers is among the state's eight new coronavirus cases.

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Coroner IDs Mississippi man killed in road rage encounterAuthorities on Tuesday identified a Mississippi man who was shot to death during a road rage incident the day before, and they were still searching for the suspect who was driving a vehicle with Louisiana license plates.

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Natchez board hears coronavirus reportsThe Board of Aldermen is delaying decisions on hiring new city workers to fill vacancies as Natchez awaits the extent of revenue losses brought by the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Woman accused of assisting in sewing machine heist, attempting to sell stolen goods32-year-old Kindall Mary Adams is accused of helping two men steal two sewing machines from Joann Fabric and Crafts on South Mall Drive and then later attempting to sell one of the stolen sewing machines on eBay.

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She's Missing: The Message You Never Want to SeeMissing I woke up this morning to see a message that one of my daughter's long time friends had been reported missing.

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285K salary set for new Louisiana education superintendentLouisiana's new state education superintendent will receive a $285,000 salary, under a pay plan approved Tuesday by state lawmakers.

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Police investigating reported shooting near market on Hollywood StreetAuthorities are responding to a reported shooting near a convenience store.

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Walt Disney World announces plans to begin reopening in JulyDisney's iconic park in Orlando, Florida will reopen to the public in phases starting mid-July.

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Minneapolis Crowd Protests Black Man's Death While In Police CustodyCopyright 2020 NPR.

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In The Battle Against COVID-19, A Risk Of 'Vaccine Nationalism'The race to defeat the coronavirus can be viewed in two very distinct ways. One is based on international cooperation, with a vaccine treated as a "global public good." The other is competitive, a battle between nations that's being described as "vaccine nationalism."

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Across Texas, Black And Hispanic Neighborhoods Have Fewer Coronavirus Testing SitesAs COVID-19 continues to spread across the country, state and local health officials rush to try to detect and contain outbreaks before they get out of control.

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Students In Pennsylvania School District Perform Porch ConcertsCopyright 2020 NPR.

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Morning News BriefCopyright 2020 NPR.

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SeaWorld announces June 11 reopening dateDuring a Wednesday morning presentation, SeaWorld representatives announced plans to reopen on June 11, shortly after their presentation, Disney executives will reveal a phased strategy for reopening all Orlando-based theme parks.

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Social Media Usage Is At An All-Time High. That Could Mean A Nightmare For DemocracyAmerica's new socially distant reality has warped the landscape of the 2020 election. Candidates aren't out knocking on doors, and U.S. election.

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As Lockdown Orders Lift, Can Cities Prevent A Traffic Catastrophe?Over the last few months, cities have had to deal with tremendous challenges - fighting a pandemic, preserving essential services, protecting their own workers, coping with devastating budget cuts.

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Snow shuts down major roads in Eastern CapeDangerous driving conditions due to consistent snowfall in the Eastern Cape has forced provincial transport authorities to close parts of major roads in the province.

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Singapore prepares for a new normalThe end of the circuit breaker period on June 1 holds a special place in the popular imagination.

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Tropical Storm Bertha hits South Carolina coastOn Wednesday morning, a tropical storm warning was issued for South Carolina's coast and the storm was expected to bring heavy rainfall, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.

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Woman accused of setting fire to Provost Street home following lover's quarrel26-year-old Avery Wells has been arrested in connection with an arson-related house fire on Provost Street that left ten people displaced.

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Tulane football player arrested for alleged battery, suspended from teamThe Zachary Police Department has launched an investigation into an incident involving a 19-year-old Tulane University football player named Tyler Judson.

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Satterfield's Upper Deck Restaurant in New Roads permanently closes its doorsSatterfield's Upper Deck Restaurant announced that the restaurant will be permanently closing its doors after shutting down due to the current health crisis.

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The pandemic has changed how we shop, and big brands are struggling to adaptJust as daily life has changed due to precautions imposed by the spread of COVID-19, so have consumer shopping habits and now major brands are scrambling to adapt.

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Disney to reveal phased reopening plans for major theme parks, Wednesday5 hours 34 minutes 46 seconds ago Wednesday, May 27 2020 May 27, 2020 May 27, 2020 6:51 AM May 27, 2020 in News.

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Port Arthur man arrested in Louisiana for failure to register as sex offenderThe Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Unit arrested Charles R. Getwood II, 41. He is being held on a $3,000 bond set by the 14th Judicial Court Judge Ron Ware in Lake Charles, La.

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Mobile virus testing site opens on Blount Road, ThursdayA mobile COVID-19 testing site will take place in the parking lot of Greater King David Baptist Church at 222 Blount Road on Thursday, May 28.

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CareSouth COVID drive-thru testing closed Wednesday, walk-up testing remains openCareSouth Medical and Dental COVID-19 Drive-thru Community testing at its Baton Rouge and Donaldsonville Clinics will be closed Wednesday, May 27 due to inclement weather.

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Heavy police presence on Alvin Dark, Tuesday nightResidents near Alvin Dark reported hearing gunshots on Tuesday night, around 7 p.m. and a heavy police presence was seen in the area around that time; a representative with the Baton Rouge Police Department said a suspect fired shots at the ground during the incident.

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Virus expands grip in many areas; U.S. death toll nears 100,000South Korea reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks on Wednesday and India saw another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expanded its grip across much of the globe.

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Four years after old campus flooded, Central Private School breaks ground on new campus37 minutes 16 seconds ago Wednesday, May 27 2020 May 27, 2020 May 27, 2020 5:45 AM May 27, 2020 in News.

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Ascension's high school seniors prepare for May graduation ceremoniesOn Tuesday, May 26, David Alexander, the Superintendent of Ascension Parish Schools announced that weather permitting, High School graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 have been cleared to proceed, as long as they followed state and federal health / safety guidelines.

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Which Louisiana hospitals are receiving coronavirus relief funds? And how much?More than $1 billion has made its way to Louisiana health care facilities in payments doled out since April to offset the cost of restricting elective procedures and caring for a high number of coronavirus patients.

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To avoid another crisis, eviction moratorium must be extended"The City Council's recent non-binding resolution, which passed unanimously and urges local judges to suspend evictions until at least August 24, is a positive first step that must go further as a mandate."

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Federal judges order 14 ICE detainees released over COVID-19 concernsThe court declined to release one petitioner, Aracelio Rodriguez, stating that "district courts throughout the country have not found a reason to release detainees where no outbreak has been found and the threat of infection is speculated." Rodriguez is held in Jackson Parish Correctional Center, where no COVID-19 cases have been confirmed so far.

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Zenit st Petersburg want Van Bergen?According to NOS commentator Jeroen Elshoff, Zenit st Petersburg are looking at Heerenveen winger Mitchell van Bergen.

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Two cruise lines to reopen in June with restrictionsWith summer just around the corner and COVID-19 restrictions easing as the total amount of infection cases in the country continue to decrease, two cruise lines have announced they expect to return temporarily-docked ships to the waters by June; American Cruise Lines will relaunch its first vessel on June 28 and the American Queen Steamboat...

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Sen. Kennedy weighs in on the economic state of Louisiana, new bill to expand flexibility of COVID-19 funds"The truth of the matter is that we have to get the economy open. Yes the coronavirus can kill you, but so can poverty," said Kennedy.

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In Louisiana, Covid-19 Has Achieved What Big Oil Protesters Could NotA plunge in oil prices has hammered the state's economy — but also shown a glimpse of a different possible future.

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1,800 students still on Louisiana campuses despite pandemicMore than 1,800 students are living on university campuses around Louisiana even though they've been taking classes online and have been encouraged to return home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Advocate reports.

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Coronavirus in Louisiana: 50 more cases in Orleans and Jefferson, 245 more statewideHealth officials are reporting 50 new positive cases of coronavirus in Orleans and Jefferson parishes, and three additional deaths.

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Cars line up for miles outside reopened Krispy Kreme in LouisianaWhen doughnuts are life so you line up outside of a newly reopened Krispy Kreme doughnut shop at 2 a.m.

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Louisiana Holds Tight to its French-Speaking Heritage Despite Historical and Present-Day BarriersThough generations of Cajun families in Louisiana had created a rich French-speaking culture, an American push for monolingualism and the establishment of English as the sole language of instruction in 1921 led Cajuns to lose faith in their own culture.

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How To Cope With Anxiety During The PandemicClinical psychologist Dr. Amelia Aldao answers listener questions about anxiety, and listeners share their stories of founding silver lining in a new reality.

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How Small Businesses Could Prepare For Reopening, ContinuedNPR's politics and economics reporter answers listener questions about what small businesses should be ready for as states slowly reopen their economies.

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Hofmann earns second-team All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball MagazineLogan Hofmann potentially was headed for a record-breaking season when the novel pandemic stopped college baseball in mid-March.

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CLTCC in Forefront of Safely Returning to On-Campus InstructionAlexandria, La., May 26, 2020 — Like most schools, Central Louisiana Technical Community College shifted to online instruction in an effort to protect the health and safety of its students.

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Louisiana State House Approves $30 Billion Budget And Coronavirus Aid SpendingThe House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a $30 billion state budget and supplemental spending bills that utilize nearly $1 billion in federal funds to make up for revenues lost because of the coronavirus, sparing most state agencies and programs from deep cuts.

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Obituary Writer Aims To Show How Coronavirus Impacts 'All People In Our Society'As the number of COVID-19 deaths continues its upward march, many of the rituals designed to help people navigate the loss of a loved one aren't possible.

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Louisiana Policy Institute for Children Push for Early Care and EducationThe Ready Louisiana Coalition, a bipartisan statewide coalition of advocacy groups, businesses and early-care professionals, is urging state and federal leadership to invest in early care and education.

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Netcare denies irresponsibility at St Augustine's led to COVID-19 outbreakNetcare said that 77 of the 80 healthcare workers who tested positive for COVID-19 at its St Augustine's Hospital in Durban had recovered.

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McKinney transportation update: 'Light Up Louisiana' to make downtown improvementsIn May, the first phase of improvements along Louisiana Street from Church Street to Kentucky Street began.

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8 teens injured at graduation party shooting in LouisianaAuthorities say three teenagers suffered non-life threatening gunshot wounds and three others were grazed by bullets when gunfire erupted at a Memorial Day graduation party in Louisiana.

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Pope Francis to return to window overlooking St Peter's Square for Sunday prayerPope Francis will deliver his Regina Coeli address from the window overlooking St Peter's Square this Sunday for the first time since coronavirus restrictions were imposed in March.

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4 Police Officers Fired After A Black Man Dies In Minneapolis Police CustodyUpdated at 10:35 p.m. ET The mayor of Minneapolis says four Minneapolis Police Department officers involved in the death of a black man in police custody.

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30B-Plus Louisiana Operating Budget Receives House SupportThe Louisiana House on Tuesday backed a $30 billion-plus spending plan for next year that uses federal coronavirus aid to keep programs and services on an even keel despite the pandemic.

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Muslim Comics Gather Over Zoom To Celebrate Eid With Jokes And JoyPerforming on a Facebook livestream, Salma Hindy began her stand-up routine by giving a shout-out to everyone in the audience who was following the guidelines to keep the coronavirus at bay, such as washing hands regularly, covering one's face and keeping a respectful distance from others.

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30B-plus Louisiana operating budget receives House supportBATON ROUGE, La. — The Louisiana House on Tuesday backed a $30 billion-plus spending plan for next year that uses federal coronavirus aid to keep programs and services on an even keel despite the pandemic.

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Blotter: Watertown police activity for Wednesday, May 20WATERTOWN — Anthony S. Bidwell, 25, 548 Mill St., was arrested on Tuesday after he allegedly punched and threatened to kill a woman during a domestic incident last week.

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Feds Arrest 'The Mask Man,' New York Pharmacist Accused Of Profiteering On N95 MasksA licensed pharmacist in New York bought up thousands of rare N95 masks and sold them at much higher prices during the COVID-19 pandemic, federal authorities said Tuesday, announcing the arrest of Richard Schirripa, aka "the Mask Man," on charges that include violating the Defense Production Act.

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Blotter: Watertown police activity for Tuesday, May 26WATERTOWN — Tiffany M. Booth, 28, of 141 N. Meadow St., was arrested on Monday at 10:25 a.m.

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Louisiana students might see masks, small classes, fewer breaks in fallLSU interim President Tom Galligan and Executive Vice President and Provost Stacia Haynie talked about possibly requiring masks - with an LSU logo on it, of course - and implementing social distancing through small class sections in larger classrooms during a webinar Tuesday with the Baton Rouge Area Chamber.

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Wrongfully convicted man who spent 37 years in prison now on America's Got TalentA man who spent 37 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of rape is now starring in the new season of America's Got Talent.

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Fatal two-vehicle crash on US 190 claims one man's lifeState Troopers responded to a fatal two-vehicle crash on US 190 near Old River Road in St. Tammany Parish.

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Expert: Slow Economic Recovery For Mississippi Amid VirusMississippi can expect a long, slow economic recovery from the shock of job losses and the steep decline in commercial activity tied to the coronavirus pandemic, state economist Darrin Webb told legislators Tuesday.

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Louisiana coronavirus update: What you need to know in AcadianaThe Acadiana region reported no new deaths on Tuesday, but health officials reported changes in new cases reported in some of the region's rural parishes.

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30B-plus Louisiana operating budget receives House supportThe Louisiana House on Tuesday backed a $30 billion-plus spending plan for next year that uses federal coronavirus aid to keep programs and services on an even keel despite the pandemic.

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Wizards John Wall says hes 110% and itching to returnWASHINGTON — Washington Wizards point guard John Wall declared himself fully recovered after two operations that sidelined him for the past 1½ years and said he is "itching" to get back on the court next season.

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Salary Set for New Louisiana Education SuperintendentLouisiana's new state education superintendent will receive a $285,000 salary. Cade Brumley's pay plan was approved Tuesday by state lawmakers.

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Crescent City Farmers Market Adds Weekly Drive-Thru at Bucktown HarborNew Orleans's Crescent City Farmers Market has launched a second weekly drive-thru for produce pickups, to be held every Wednesday from 8 a.m.

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Trump-Appointed US Attorney In Texas Abruptly ResignsA U.S. attorney in Texas who was appointed by President Donald Trump announced his resignation Tuesday, providing no explanation for his unusually abrupt departure.

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Rabalais: Derek Stingley on offense? And it'd be nice to see Brees vs. Tiger Woods in Louisiana…Notes on a golf scorecard while giving thanks that, unlike Tom Brady, I have never split my pants on a golf course.

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15 million rail link helps Drax reduce Louisiana supply chain emissions, costsA one-year old rail link has increased capacity to deliver more sustainable biomass from Drax's LaSalle BioEnergy pellet plant in Urania to its UK power station, taking thousands of trucks off local roads.

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How The Pandemic Is Affecting Book Publishing IndustryIf you want to know what President Trump really thinks, just check out his Twitter feed.

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Renters In Arizona Struggle To Get Federal Rent Relief AssistanceIf you want to know what President Trump really thinks, just check out his Twitter feed.

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Workers At Garment Factories In Bangladesh Face Harsh Conditions During The PandemicNow to Bangladesh, which is under a coronavirus lockdown, except for garment factories. The garment industry is critical to Bangladesh's economy and to the livelihoods of millions of mostly female workers there.

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12 Restaurants America Loves. With Recipes!Soft and luxurious, bathed in an emulsified mixture of sesame paste and peanut butter, rendered vivid and fiery by chili oil and sweetened by sugar, then cut by vinegar, this version is classic New York takeout, made at home.

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Nearing 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths, U.S. Is Still 'Early In This Outbreak'The bleak milestone the U.S. is about to hit — 100,000 deaths from COVID-19 — is far above the number of deaths seen from the pandemic in any other country.

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Manning family cancels annual passing academyThe 2020 Manning Passing Academy was canceled Tuesday due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Video Shows Officer Kneeling On Neck Of Black Man Who DiedA handcuffed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis was seen on a bystander's video pleading that he could not breathe as a white officer knelt on his neck and kept his knee there for several minutes after the man stopped moving.

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Harrison Faigen Talks Proposed Playoff Formats and Revisits the Anthony Davis TradeThanks for tuning in! If you like what you're hearing.... Follow us @TheBirdWrites. Tune / Google Play.

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Farmers Markets are a fun way to spend a few hoursLouisiana produce is bountiful right now and there are Farmers Markets popping up all over.

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Louisiana Moves Forward with Licensing Procedure for Crypto BusinessesLouisiana appears to be on the fast track towards some form of stable crypto legislation, as the government readies to launch licenses for companies in the space.

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Mayor Of Montgomery, Ala. 'We Have Not Won The Battle With COVID-19 Yet'The number of new coronavirus cases has been going up in Alabama even as the state's governor relaxes restrictions.

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1,800 students still on Louisiana campuses despite pandemicBATON ROUGE, La. — More than 1,800 students are living on university campuses around Louisiana even though they've been taking classes online and have been encouraged to return home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Advocate reports.

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Louisiana receives F grade for social distancingWhen venturing out in public again, public health leaders are imploring people to keep in mind the Coronavirus is still here.

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Live Shows, Live Streams and Live ActionReady to venture out into the world? Still have reservations about - making reservations? Both points are understandable.

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Former NASA engineerIt's been more than 50 years since Morgan Watson left his position as a NASA engineer, but ahead of Wednesday's SpaceX launch, the event still brings the Southern professor good memories and hope for more space exploration in the future.

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The Green BusI read an article about a Toronto man who is converting long truck trailers into grocery stores.

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Coronavirus in Louisiana: Fewer than 10 cases in Region 7The nine parishes that make up northwest Louisiana's Region 7 produced only nine new positive COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, according to the Louisiana Department of Health.

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Most Jefferson County government offices will transition to a four-day work week, starting June 1.The transition is necessary because of the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a notice posted on the county's website.

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1,800 students still on Louisiana campuses despite pandemicMore than 1,800 students are living on university campuses around Louisiana even though they've been taking classes online and have been encouraged to return home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Advocate reports.

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Emergency crews called to St Leonards RoadA cyclist has been taken to hospital after reportedly suffering a medical episode at St Leonards.

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Farmers and ranchers in Louisiana can now apply for financial assistance through USDA's Coronavirus Food Assistance ProgramApplications will be accepted through August 28, 2020. Through CFAP, USDA is making available $16 billion for vital financial assistance to producers of agricultural commodities who have suffered a price decline due to COVID-19 and face additional significant marketing costs as a result of lower demand, surplus production, and disruptions to...

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Raising Canes to host virtual concert featuring Randy Rogers, Parker McCollumRaising Canes Chicken Fingers will host a virtual concert Wednesday, May 27, in part of the company's Cane's In The Moment Virtual Entertainment Series.

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Humane Society of Louisiana distributing pet food across statePet owners that are no longer financially stable have been left wondering how they're going to feed their animals.

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Louisiana oil and gas would suffer with restrictions on leasing, drilling permitsLouisiana's oil and gas industry, already struggling from too little demand and too much supply, could see substantial decline if the federal government restricts new leasing or drilling permits in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a report from the National Ocean Industry Association.

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Koenning gives the OK to Louisiana safetyLate last week, West Virginia awarded a flurry of new offers to prospects across three different classes, with most of those coming in their typical recruiting areas - Florida, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

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Some big names remain unsigned late in NFL's odd offseasonOther big names remain unsigned and could end up filling major needs for someone. Here's a look at some still waiting to find the right fit - or, in some cases, for quarantine restrictions to be lifted so they can make in-person visits before they or the teams make a decision.

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Police: Man shot to death during Mississippi road rage chaseAuthorities in Mississippi are searching for a suspect accused of shooting a man to death during an interstate road rage incident, according to Mississippi Highway Patrol.

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Louisiana coronavirus May 26: Cases, deaths, hospitalizations trend downwardThe health department reported 11 new deaths Tuesday, one of the lowest totals in weeks.

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Louisiana House agrees to use $1 billion in federal aid to fill holes in state budgetThe Louisiana House on Tuesday swiftly approved state budget bills that use more than $1 billion in federal coronavirus aid to plug holes left by severely-depressed tax collections, with Republican legislators finding broad agreement with Democratic Gov.

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ER Visit For A COVID-Like Cough Stuck Man With A $3,278 BillFrom late March into April, Timothy Regan had severe coughing fits several times a day that often left him out of breath.

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Inside Navajo Nation's Fight Against CoronavirusNative American communities have been hit hard by the pandemic. We hear how they're responding.

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Autism Spectrum Diagnosis Helped Comic Hannah Gadsby 'Be Kinder' To HerselfGrowing up, Hannah Gadsby always felt she was different. She struggled to read social cues, she had trouble applying for jobs, and spent a few living in a tent and doing farm labor.

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'St. Christopher On Pluto' Follows The Adventures Of 2 Friends In An Old BuickI'm feeling so cooped up these days that I sometimes find myself getting in the car and taking aimless rides to nowhere.

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Unlikely Allies Band Together In Laredo To Oppose The Border WallThe federal government is planning to put 69 miles of its massive border wall along the river in Texas' Webb and Zapata counties.

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Some big names remain unsigned late in NFL's odd offseasonNEW YORK — Offseason shopping is still in full swing in the NFL.

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New California Relief Program for Undocumented Overwhelmed By DemandCalifornia's first-of-its-kind effort to get cash aid into the hands of undocumented workers affected by the coronavirus got off to a bumpy start over the past week.

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Sheriff cracking down on late-night Tannerite explosions disturbing La. neighborhoodPeople living in Iberville Parish are reporting unusually loud explosions in their neighborhoods. Local law enforcement is now taking steps to restore the peace.

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Trump Team Killed Rule Designed To Protect Health Workers From Pandemic Like COVID-19When President Trump took office in 2017, his team stopped work on new federal regulations that would have forced the health care industry to prepare for an airborne infectious disease pandemic such as COVID-19.

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Hometown by FootAmidst the ongoing pandemic, I've found it extremely cathartic to go outside for runs Downtown.

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White Woman Who Called Police On Black Bird Watcher In Central Park Has Been FiredUpdated at 2:50 p.m. ET A black man says he asked a white woman in Central Park to put her dog on a leash.

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Clean Sweep"If you can, Add one new piece of furniture each year." - Tara ShawNow that summer is here, it's time to sweep out the corners, bring in some color and freshen up your home.

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Legislation that might lower auto insurance rates in Louisiana is closer to final passageLegislation that supporters say will lower auto insurance rates and opponents contend will seriously limit an injured person's ability to seek recompense through the courts cleared its last committee Tuesday.

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Easy LivingThe blending of living and dining areas is well-suited to entertaining. Like the older versions of Burkedale, the current house has pocket doors separating the dining area from the kitchen so that several groups of people can eat in different areas.

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Bettman set to announce format if NHL returnsNHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is expected to announce the league's return to play format this afternoon.

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Dolphins owner: There definitely will be an NFL seasonMiami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says he's confident the NFL will play in 2020, with or without spectators.

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The Secret of Goat YogaMy mother-in-law Ms. Larda blames the pandemic on goat yoga. You ever hear of goat yoga?

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Putting on the PoundsNot just a lethal virus anymore. Now it's also the name of the weight gain phenomenon experienced by many New Orleanians in the wake of the outbreak.

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New Spaceship Prepares To Blast Off And Make HistoryAlmost 40 years have passed since the last time NASA astronauts blasted off into space on a brand new spaceship.

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Laine HardyLouisiana native Laine Hardy has always been a performer. The southern rocker started playing guitar at the age of 8, and by 14 he was performing in a band.

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Julia Street with Poydras the ParrotDear Julia, Some of our beloved oaks in City Park stand in a row all leaning in one direction.

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New Louisiana schools leader nets $16K raise, more in new position; see detailsIncoming state Superintendent of Education Cade Brumley will be paid $285,000 per year under a contract approved Tuesday by the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget.

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State police detail memorial service for fallen trooperState police have laid out plans for a service honoring a state trooper killed in the line of duty.

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Company Owner Of 2 Killed Workers Had Been Cited 27 TimesThe owner of the contracting company of which two workers were killed in a trench collapse in Mississippi earlier this month was previously issued 27 federal citations for safety violations.

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Sardar Azmoun Wants New ChallengeZenit St Petersburg forward Sardar Azmoun was coy on the rumors of a move to Napoli but revealed he 'wants a new challenge' after eight years in Russia.

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A Spa MomentGetty New Orleans Bride Magazine travel editor Becca Hensley continuously transports us to luxe honeymoon and travel destinations through the pages and webpages of the magazine and "Let Them Eat Cake." Through her travels, Hensley has experienced countless spas all over the globe.

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Six Flags Will Reopen Its First Park On June 5, Requiring Masks And Health ChecksPeople visiting Six Flags theme parks and water parks this summer will be required to wear face masks at all times, the company said, as it prepares to reopen its first park to visitors since the coronavirus forced mass closures.

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Dolphins owner says there definitely will be an NFL seasonThe owner of the Miami Dolphins, Stephen Ross, is confident that the National Football League will have a 2020 season.

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Louisiana's Marshlands Will Inevitably Give Out, Climate Scientists SayWithout them, New Orleans, which is vulnerable on its best days, becomes practically defenseless.

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Another Addition To The Ain't Dere No More LedgerI never figured I would miss last call at Johnny White's. One reason is because they never closed.

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Memorializing Those Who Died In The Time Of COVID-19Virtual vigils, streamed live on Facebook. Websites that collate the names and photos of the dead.

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State selects contractor for portion of long-awaited Comite River diversion projectState officials announced Tuesday that they have selected one of the contractors that will contribute to the Comite River diversion project.

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Louisiana football: UL offers Acadiana High's Cameron GeorgeThe Ragin' Cajuns last week made a scholarship offer to Cameron George, an outside end from Acadiana High.

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Birthday BustGetty Georgia turned 7 on May 30, 2019. On May 31, 2019, she began planning her eighth birthday party.

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