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Ten former St. Tammany Parish deputies accuse sheriff of wrongful termination

Ten former St. Tammany Parish deputies are suing their former employer, Sheriff Randy Smith, after being terminated from their positions.

Louisiana Supreme Court, Louisiana District Judges Association appoint new members of state's judiciary commission

The Louisiana Supreme Court and the Louisiana District Judges Association recently appointed 24th Judicial Court Judge John Molaison Jr. and Sibal S. Holt, former president of the Louisiana American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), to the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana.

Sen. Kennedy's son sued for allegedly throwing party at neighbors' house

MADISONVILLE — The son of U.S. Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) may have landed in legal hot water for an alleged party held at a neighbor's house.

Health-care forum sues state Department of Health for cuts, defamation

BATON ROUGE — A lawsuit has been brought against Louisiana's state health department by a government-funded nonprofit.

Baton Rouge Area Foundation offers program to help disaster relief

BATON ROUGE — After the disastrous flooding last August in Louisiana, more than 2,500 victims were denied relief by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, according to a news release.