She calls herself "a seeker," always looking for ways to do things better.
New nursing graduates now find themselves in a highly competitive job market.
Louisiana is the second most expensive state in which to operate a motor vehicle, according to a new Bankrate.com report.
Embattled LSU Alumni Association head Charlie Roberts has resigned.
National president, Southern University Alumni Federation; partner, Taylor Porter law firm
An attorney offers hope to the incarcerated.
President, Workplace Consultants
Show business has a long history of, shall we say, "creative" accounting, while Louisiana government is known for a somewhat flexible approach to ethics.
So what's the ROI? It's complicated.
On Aug. 18, the East Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority was scheduled to select one of two firms to do a $190,000 predevelopment plan for 115 blighted acres of inner-city property that sit between downtown, which is being transformed into a model live-work-play district, and Mid City, which is slowly being reborn as a funky, trendy arts district.
For urban school districts like that of East Baton Rouge Parish, a brief term at the top has become the norm. What does it mean for kids in the classroom?
New rules for shipping hazardous materials by rail could impact the Capital Region.
A group of Baton Rouge professionals spends lunch hours refurbishing bicycles for the homeless.
The merging of Business First and American Gateway banks is no surprise.
Health care insiders say it's unlikely Louisiana's new Medicaid alternative will ever see action.
Economic boon or fiscal drain?
Sizing up Louisiana's private approach to public health care.
After three years in operation, the state's Medicaid program, known as Bayou Health, has few fans among providers.