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1. Heavily Modified GTR Pennzilla to Make Last Rally Run
February 05, 2018

Dallas, TX - Jeff Allen, owner of Flat 12 Gallery, announced today that he will be participating in the Race Armada Run from Houston, Texas to Lake Charles, Louisiana on February 24, 2018 in his heavily modified Nissan GTR. Jeff Allen while piloting Pennzilla has amassed quite the accolades during the last two years. Highlights include: 2017 Big Bend Open Road Race - 2016 Winner Silver State Classic Challenge 1/2 Mile Shootout - 2016 Winner Silver State Classic Challenge Most Beautiful Car - 2016 Winner Silver State Classic Challenge Hooker Award - 2016 4th place Silver State Classic... (read more)

Author: John Doe

2. Oberheiden & McMurrey LLP to Strengthen Its Healthcare Fraud Defense Practice in New Orleans and Ba
November 29, 2017

Healthcare fraud defense law firm Oberheiden & McMurrey announced today to expand its federal practice in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Shreveport. The Firm has its corporate headquarters in Dallas, Texas, and represents clients throughout the United States in healthcare fraud investigations against the federal government. By national comparison, Louisiana takes a central place when it comes to healthcare fraud prosecutions. The federal government has assigned special prosecution and enforcement units to New Orleans and Baton Rouge to investigate and combat federal healthcare fraud. More th... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. Tips for Choosing the Right Rehab Center
November 06, 2017

There is no doubt about it, drug abuse is on the increase and millions of people are looking for available help. You can an oxycontin rehab in Louisiana to help you with your addiction but we all know that not all rehabs are created equal. This sort of puts a damper on what should have been good news. The greatest challenge that many people have to deal with is choosing the right oxycontin rehab center.  Even though there are different rehabs that are a little bit pricey, the good news is that you can always get one that offers their services at affordable rates. You should also be able t... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

4. Alaska Welcomes Former DOJ Prosecutors of Oberheiden & McMurrey LLP to Represent Clients Accused of
August 19, 2017

Federal litigation firm Oberheiden & McMurrey, LLP has started to accept clients involved in Alaska healthcare fraud investigations and litigation proceedings. “I am not sure if Alaska is the last frontier for us. When you look at the map of states and places where we currently serve clients, it becomes clear that we have turned into a nationally known litigation powerhouse. From Alaska to Alabama, from Virginia to Louisiana, from California to Florida, from Colorado to Oklahoma, from Washington to Washington D.C., the Oberheiden & McMurrey train has many stops. We are absolutely thrilled t... (read more)

Author: John Doe

5. Last US Senate Seat Filled: Louisiana Republican Wins
December 10, 2016

Louisiana voters Saturday chose to send Republican state Treasurer John Kennedy to the U.S. Senate, filling the nation’s last Senate seat and giving the GOP a 52-48 edge in the chamber when the new term begins in January.  Kennedy had always been the runoff election’s front-runner in a state that overwhelmingly supported Donald Trump. He defeated Democrat Foster Campbell, a state utility regulator whose chances were seen as such a long-shot that national Democratic organizations...... (read more)

6. Supporters Expect Trump to Deliver on Promises
November 21, 2016

Now that the election is over, Donald Trump supporters expect him to carry out his campaign promises. “I expect him to move quickly with his rock-the-boat agenda,” said Republican Senator David Vitter of Louisiana. By rock the boat, Vitter means making changes sure to upset people who liked the way things were done in the past. A Los Angeles Times public opinion study taken before the election found only 43 percent of Trump supporters expected him to win. But now that he is...... (read more)

7. Taking a Ballot Selfie? Think Again
November 07, 2016

In the age that encourages people to document their lives using selfies, some voters can likely find themselves on the wrong side of the law on election day. 20 states where ballot selfies are legal: Connecticut, Hawaii,  Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington state and Wyoming.   17 states where ballot selfies are illegal: Alabama, Alaska,...... (read more)

8. US Citizen Born in Indonesian Refugee Camp Sues to Marry in Louisiana
October 18, 2016

Two weeks before their wedding, Viet "Victor" Anh Vo and his fiancee were stunned when a court clerk rejected their application for a marriage license because he couldn't produce a birth certificate. The couple had spent thousands of dollars on a wedding planner, caterer, florist, disc jockey and a reception hall for 350 guests before they learned that a newly amended Louisiana law would block them from getting married. They went ahead with February's ceremony without a...... (read more)

9. Cowboys, Heat and Rain: 'Magnificent Seven' Talk Challenging Shoot
September 23, 2016

Bringing the American Wild West to life was no easy task, just ask the cast of "The Magnificent Seven," who endured scorching heat and torrential rain in wool costumes in the Louisiana summer. "We had a lot of lightning, thunder issues where we had to shut [production] down, but the heat was just constant," Denzel Washington, who plays bounty hunter Sam Chisholm, told Reuters. "The Magnificent Seven," a remake of the 1960 classic, is directed by...... (read more)

10. Ace the Competition with Affordable Press Release Distribution Service - Ace Press Release
September 18, 2016

Baton Rouge, Louisiana - The role of press releases in the marketing mix has become an even more important component in branding and promotion. It can effectively provide the desired support when needed for the implementation of various programs including marketing, new product launches, line extensions, new wires, expanded distribution channels, and social media. Regardless of an organization's market position, Press Releases should be effectively utilized. To set the record straight, it isn't something that just happens once you start advertising. For some new startups or SMBs, there u... (read more)

Author: John Doe

11. Demand Soars for Manufactured Homes in Louisiana Flood Zone
September 17, 2016

Lakeland, FL - For two days, rain tortured the heart of bayou country, dumping 24 inches in less than 48 hours on southern Louisiana. The 1000-year event flooded more than 100,000 residences, sending families into shelters and the homes of friends, relatives and even strangers. Now, as the region enters peak hurricane season, with Hurricane Hermine bearing down on the Gulf coast, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) officials are scrambling to bring temporary housing to flood victims, and bracing for what Hermine may bring to the states in its path. The last time events in the s... (read more)

Author: John Doe

12. US Agencies Won't Block Removal of 4 New Orleans Confederate Monuments
August 27, 2016

Two federal agencies say they won't try to block the city of New Orleans' attempt to remove a monument to an 1874 white supremacist revolt against Louisiana's federally backed post-Civil War government. In court papers filed Friday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation say they have "no further legal or programmatic interest" in preserving the monument. Both asked to be dismissed from the lawsuit...... (read more)

13. President Obama Promises Help for Flood-Stricken, 'Even After TV Cameras Leave'
August 23, 2016

President Barack Obama has promised that aid will keep coming to flood-stricken people of Louisiana as long as it is needed to get them back on their feet. The president on Tuesday visited Baton Rouge and toured some of the homes that were hit by historic flooding earlier this month. He said federal support has reached $127 million to help 100,000 people who have applied for assistance. Zlatica Hoke reports.... (read more)

14. Louisiana Flood Victims Work Together to Survive
August 23, 2016

"The smell is horrendous," says Kevin White, who has been working on flood relief for the past week in St. Amant, Louisiana. "Rotting roadkill. It's worse than that. It's incredible." White, a Baton Rouge-area cinematographer, is housing a flooded-out family. His home was unharmed by last week's floods, when as much as 75 centimeters of rain fell over the course of 48 hours. While the water soon drained from city streets, it flowed south and has now settled...... (read more)

15. Louisiana Flood Victims Work Together to Survive
August 23, 2016

Residents tackle soggy homes, tearing out walls and throwing out anything inside the house that has been damaged by water — which for some is nearly everything... (read more)

16. Obama Tours Flood-Ravaged Louisiana
August 23, 2016

President Barack Obama is visiting the southeastern state of Louisiana, where historic flooding has ravaged much of the southern part of the state. It is Obama's first visit to Louisiana since storms and flooding swept through area between August 8 and 14, claiming the lives of at least 13 people, damaging about 60,000 homes, and leaving tens of thousands of people seeking temporary shelter. WATCH: Obama departs Andrews AFB for Louisiana More than 106,000 people have applied...... (read more)

17. Back in Washington, Obama's Vacation Glow May Fade Quickly
August 22, 2016

After two weeks of sunshine and 10 rounds of golf, President Barack Obama is preparing for the busy fall awaiting him. The glow from his vacation on the Massachusetts island of Martha's Vineyard may fade sooner than expected, though. Obama gets back on the road Tuesday to comfort residents of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a city hard-hit in recent weeks by natural and man-made tragedies. Heavy flooding this month killed at least 13 people and displaced thousands more after murky water...... (read more)

18. Top Expert: US Can Expect Zika to 'Hang Around' for 2 More Years
August 21, 2016

The United States can expect the Zika virus to "hang around" as long as two more years, with the Gulf Coast states being the most vulnerable, according to one of the country's top medical experts. "I would not be surprised if we see cases in Texas, in Louisiana, particularly now where you have a situation with flooding in Louisiana," Dr. Anthony Fauci told ABC television's This Week broadcast Sunday. Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and...... (read more)

19. Recovery Efforts in Flood Ravaged Louisiana Continue
August 21, 2016

A massive disaster recovery effort is underway in the southeastern state of Louisiana, as flood victims continue to clean homes, rebuild, and search for people who may have been trapped by widespread flooding. The flooding has been so powerful that caskets have been swept away from some cemeteries. The flooding, which the American Red Cross describes as the "the largest natural disaster to hit the United States since Superstorm Sandy," has claimed the lives of at least 13 people...... (read more)

20. Obama to Travel to Flood-stricken Louisiana Following Criticism
August 19, 2016

President Barack Obama will travel next week to Louisiana where unprecedented flooding has left at least 13 people dead and thousands displaced. The White House announced that Obama will visit Tuesday, following days of criticism from some in the Southern state for the president continuing his New England vacation while many in Louisiana suffered. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and running mate Mike Pence visited flood victims Friday. Trump criticized Obama's...... (read more)

21. NBA Moves All-star Game to New Orleans
August 19, 2016

The NBA awarded its 2017 All-Star Game to New Orleans on Friday, a month after removing the game from Charlotte, North Carolina, to protest a state law forcing transgender people to use public restrooms matching their gender assigned at birth. The league also announced it will make an undisclosed financial contribution and provide other unspecified support for flood victims in Louisiana, where at least 13 people have died, 30,000 people were rescued and 40,000 homes were damaged due to...... (read more)

22. Jeh Johnson to Survey Louisiana Flooding Response
August 18, 2016

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is due to survey recovery efforts in the southern state of Louisiana Thursday where unprecedented flooding has left at least 13 people dead. The floods around Baton Rouge came from record-breaking rains of more than 75 centimeters that began last week.  An estimated 40,000 homes have been damaged. "I stayed through hurricanes.  I stayed through other things.  This has got to be the worst," resident Moosie Benoit...... (read more)

23. Southern Louisiana Facing Long Road to Recovery
August 17, 2016

People in Louisiana are assessing their losses after a historic flood in the past few days killed at least 11 people and damaged or destroyed more than 40,000 homes. Federal officials, rescuers and volunteers have been in the disaster area for a few days, making sure no one is left stranded. Louisiana has barely recovered from the flooding of New Orleans brought on by Hurricane Katrina a little over a decade ago. This time the city of Baton Rouge was the hardest hit. Zlatica Hoke reports.... (read more)

24. More Than 40,000 Baton Rouge Homes Await Repair After Floods
August 17, 2016

The death toll rose to 11 Wednesday as Louisiana's capital continues to reel from unprecedented flooding. More than 40,000 homes have been damaged following a weekend of record-breaking rainfall in Baton Rouge. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) officials and volunteers have been on the ground for a few days, as have Red Cross volunteers. "It's safe to say that the state in general is very accustomed to hurricanes," Craig Cooper of the Red Cross told VOA....... (read more)

25. Syrian Family Escapes the War, Only to Face Louisiana Flood
August 16, 2016

Twenty thousand people have been rescued from unprecedented flooding in the southern state of Louisiana's capital, the governor said Tuesday. Most of those rescues were made by the National Guard and state authorities, but city residents with boats, trucks and kayaks have taken it upon themselves to help out.  "A tremendous response by the people of Louisiana taking care of their own," said Governor John Bel Edwards. Danielle Mesman, a resident of Baton Rouge's...... (read more)

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