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As Louisiana's coronavirus outbreak exceeded 10,000 confirmed cases Friday, the state's hospitals and health care workers worry if they'll have enough people and equipment to... [Read More]
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As Louisiana's coronavirus outbreak continues to worsen, the state's hospitals and health care workers worry if they'll have enough people and equipment to meet the... [Read More]
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Louisiana's confirmed number of coronavirus cases spiked 42% higher Thursday as a backlog of test results poured in and confirmed Gov. John Bel Edwards' message... [Read More]
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As Louisiana expects another spike in coronavirus cases, Gov. John Bel Edwards is warning his state's residents that they should be preparing for their lives... [Read More]
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As coronavirus cases spike ever higher in Louisiana, the state's nursing homes, assisted living sites and adult residential care facilities are showing more and more... [Read More]
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Buses and cars filled a Louisiana church parking lot for another service Tuesday evening as worshippers flocked to hear a Louisiana pastor who is facing... [Read More]
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Buses and cars filled a Louisiana church parking lot for another service Tuesday evening as worshippers flocked to hear a Louisiana pastor who is facing... [Read More]
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Louisiana saw its deadliest day of the coronavirus epidemic Tuesday, as the state awaited a promised shipment of ventilators from the national stockpile to help... [Read More]
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Louisiana lawmakers were returning to the state Capitol on Tuesday for a short introduction of last-minute bills, including emergency measures aimed at the coronavirus pandemic,... [Read More]
Pastor Tony Spell was charged for holding services in violation of Gov. John Bel Edwards' order prohibiting gatherings of more than 10 people. [Read More]
Tony Spell, a Louisiana pastor charged with six misdemeanors for holding church services in violation of a ban put in place to control the coronavirus,... [Read More]
Gov. John Bel Edwards said Monday that he will extend Louisiana's "stay at home" order through the end of April, in line with President Donald... [Read More]
The number of Louisiana residents dead from the COVID-19 disease jumped significantly higher Monday, in one of the state's largest spikes in the death toll... [Read More]
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