Declines seen across the state. Lower enrollment in pre-K, kindergarten accounted for about half of the enrollment drops, officials said.
Tulane resumed in-person classes this week, but even its extensive COVID response didn’t control outbreaks last semester.
‘The system is at a breaking point’: New DA, public defenders work to reduce backlog of cases at Criminal District Court
Jason Williams is re-screening cases accepted by Cannizzaro’s administration, and public defenders say many low-level cases should be dismissed or diverted.
District officials have said Thursday is the earliest they will evaluate health data.
But Williams told The Lens he plans to shake up the leadership in the office.
Chronically absent students. Property tax cuts for businesses. And a new DA is inaugurated in Orleans Parish.
Approvals for a package of tax breaks, including two that were rejected last month, could have cost the city $25 million over a decade.
Left-wingers, right-wingers: Don’t lose heart. The truth about the presidential election of 2020 will soon be laid bare.
True leadership requires honesty, even when it is not popular.
There’s a huge opportunity to reduce the city’s carbon emissions and move closer to fulfilling the goals of its climate plan. That opportunity rests with the removal of I-10 over Claiborne Avenue.
The cult of Trumpism looks like a symptom of disease to me. Conversely, to a Trump supporter, my ideas may look like a symptom of disease.
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