An employee with the City of Shreveport has been arrested and charged with theft and unauthorized use of an access card after it was learned that she unlawfully used it to obtain fuel for her personal use.
As the price for college goes up, so does the amount of student debt. That has many students looking to community colleges to begin their education, so they can later transfer credits to a 4-year institution. There's only one problem.
For the twenty-first year in a row, Louisiana scored in the bottom five on "America's Health Rankings," an annual report by United Health. The state clocked in at #49 this time, with Arkansas at #47 and Texas at #44.