If cleared for emergency use, the J&J vaccine would offer a one-dose option that could help speed vaccinations, tamp down a pandemic that has killed more than 500,000 people in the U.S. and stay ahead of a mutating virus.
Williams says his office is working on creating more intervention programs for juvenile offenders, actively and aggressively looking for more money on the state and federal level, to rehabilitate and prevent repeat offenders.
The use of a city-owned vehicle is supposed to be for city services. But FOX 8 has found that a New Orleans city council member has been using her city-issued vehicle and provided security detail to run personal errands.
Members of the New Orleans City Council receive a unique perk, use of a city-owned vehicle and a security specialist contracted from the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office. A FOX 8 Investigation found two of those security specialists are not allowed to perform security functions.
Survivors and whistleblower priests are joining together in an unconventional way. They’ve found common ground in their personal experiences speaking out about clergy sexual abuse while continuing their fight for transparency from the church.
The recent extreme winter weather could mean more storm cost added to power bills, but the Public Service Commission said in their February 24th, 2020 meeting that energy providers should pick up more of the cost.
Officials with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) say they will hold a virtual public meeting via Zoom at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 24 to present and gather comments on the proposed changes to hunting seasons and Wildlife Management Area (WMA) regulations.