Canal Street improvements have property values jumping in Mid-City, and Central City also is seeing some rapid appreciation.
Demand for school vouchers is in decline, even as program expands and parents of participating students voice approval.
State Superintendent White sees major disruptions if foes of Common Core manage to cancel testing.
Study says the Mississippi River carries enough sediment to rebuild the coast.
Louisiana ranks high in marijuana arrests, but not DUIs.
Gusman, Landrieu ink deal to finance jail consent decree. Ninety-three deputies to be hired this year.
Cohen alumni sound off; Texas and Mississippi both jumping ahead of Louisiana on prison reform.
Gov. Jindal, once a strong backer of Common Core, now vows to take action against it if Legislature doesn't.
Also, oil cleanup workers report high level of depression; and should T-shirt shops be banned in the Quarter?
Up to $60,700 for BP cleanup workers with health problems; Council tosses residency rule for cops and other responders.