Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards said today that the state is likely going to return to its mask mandate in the coming days as the Delta wave continues to plague the state.
The state's Friday COVID update is continuing the state's regression in the Delta wave of the pandemic.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana is ending federal pandemic unemployment aid for its residents Saturday, booting nearly 200,000 people off benefits and cutting the payments to thousands more in the middle of a worsening COVID-19 surge across the state.
The Delta wave of the COVID pandemic is proving to be among the worst waves yet for Louisiana and specifically for the Bayou Region.
Before Aaron Callais could walk, he was on a shrimp boat. Before he was 21, he was learning to be a captain.
A wanted woman was arrested by the Thibodaux Police Department after a traffic stop led authorities to a narcotics arrest.
This July has been the busiest month for positive COVID cases at Lady of the Sea General Hospital since the pandemic began.
Multiple members of Lafourche Parish Government have been appointed to National Policy Steering Committees.
Lafourche Parish Fire District 3 hosted a Volunteer Firefighter Academy over the past several months with the training's completion coming on Saturday.
Lafourche Parish District Attorney Kristine Russell has been re-elected as a member of the Louisiana District Attorneys Association's Board of Directors.
Governor John Bel Edwards said Louisiana’s low vaccination rates are the blame for the state’s currently pandemic spike.
No injuries were reported after oilfield service equipment caught fire on a saltwater injection well that a spud barge was tied up to in Leeville.
The state's COVID situation continues to worsen. The state reported large increases in its COVID hospitalizations again today, continuing trends that we've seen in recent weeks as the Delta variant proves more contagious than original strands of the virus.
The Bayou Community Foundation has awarded more than $200,000 in grants to 30 non-profit organizations working to fill critical needs in the Bayou Region.
Lafourche Parish Government is instituting a mask mandate for unvaccinated individuals at Lafourche Parish government buildings.
Thursday's COVID update from the Louisiana Department of Health continued the state's fight with the now-fourth wave of the pandemic.
The Lafourche Parish School Board passed a revision to the parish's school bag policy, allowing for more bags to be worn in the upcoming school year.
Herd immunity levels of vaccinations have again enabled Lafourche Parish nursing homes to remain without a reported COVID case for another week.
A Grand Isle man was found murdered yesterday in Texas. Police have arrested a 47-year-old man for his alleged role in the incident.
A man wanted in Terrebonne Parish has been arrested and taken into custody following a joint operation by the Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office and the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office.
The Louisiana Department of Health's Tuesday COVID update continues the state's complications in what's now the fourth wave of the pandemic.
Last year, the South Lafourche High School Cheerleaders held their annual Hooks and Leaders Fishing rodeo in late-fall, battling a global pandemic and an abnormally busy hurricane season to host a small event.
The Louisiana Department of Health updated its COVID numbers for the final team of the week today and the new data shows hospitalizations continuing to rise in the state.