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  • - Louisiana has reported its first two cases of West Nile Neuro-invasive disease last week.- The head of Louisiana's State Health Department says Louisiana's childhood vaccine rate is slipping and could impact preventable illnesses.- Texas lawmakers have crafted an historic property tax deal that could save homeowners and business owners hundreds if not thousands each year.
  • - Louisiana's top two legislative leaders say an override session is likely to happen.- A Texas law professor expects the recent Supreme Court decision on race-conscious admissions will negatively impact Texas law and med schools.- A national report reveals an increase in the number of students have dropped out of colleges and univerisities.
  • - Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards reacted Wednesday to Shreveport's latest mass shooting, and is offering the State Police to assist local law enforcement with the case.- Arkansas Governor Sara Huckabee Sanders has appointed the head of the state Republican party to replace a vacated seat on the state's Supreme Court.- Triple-digit heat across Texas last week increased the number of emergency intakes at hospitals all across the state.
  • - Shreveport joined the list of U.S. cities that had a mass shooting over the July 4th holiday.- Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says he will not testify at his impeachment trial.- Louisiana Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards has vetoed three politically charged bills targeting LGBTQ+ people, raising the odds for a veto override session.- Weather forecast is for slightly cooler temperatures compared to last week.
  • - Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards weighS in on the U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Affirmative Action that bars universities from considering race for admission.- The Louisiana commissioner of higher education says it has a goal of getting 60% of the state's population credentialed by 2030.- Texas Senators have taken another step towards property tax relief.
  • - A new poll shows Republican Stephen Waguespack closing the gap on leading GOP contender Jeff Landry in the Louisiana governor's race.- The Texas Legislature is still at a stalemate over property tax relief.- For a second day in a row – the National Weather Service in Shreveport has issued an Excessive Heat Warning.
  • High Court Ruling Makes LA Sex Abuse Victim's Chances For New Lawsuits Uncertain
  • - Louisiana's Supreme Court rules on the constitutionality of legislation that gave adult victims of childhood sexual abuse another chance to file lawsuits.- The Supreme Court of Texas is revisiting a rule that lays down when records in a lawsuit can be sealed.- Compared to other states, Texas receives the most federal money for broadband internet expansion.- Governor Greg Abbott has called Texas lawmakers back for another special session to focus only on property taxes.
  • - The Supreme Court lifted its hold on a Louisiana case that could force the state to redraw congressional districts to boost Black voting power.- New data from the Dallas Federal Reserve shows that across the country, rent increases are starting to slow down- Another report reveals the costs of even modest rental housing far outstrip the wages of many full-time workers.- Monday's storm impacted the SWEPCO power grid and more than 6800 customers are still without power.- LSU Baseball wins the College World Series.
  • - More than 29,000 customers are without power thanks to Monday mornings severe thunderstorms that blew through the ArkLaTex.- A heat advisory will be in effect until 7pm Monday as heat indexes are expected to reach as high as 109 degrees.- The U.S. Census Bureau says that Latinos have passed non-Hispanic whites to become the largest share of Texas’ population.