|Posted on 7/9/2018 2:13:00 PM.|
|This past Saturday at UFC 226, the UFC Championship was defending in a fight that would see the title end up in the hands of a Lafayette native, Daniel Cormier. Cormier became only the second person to hold two UFC championships simultaneously, following Connor McGregor. Cormier describes the feeling of the victory.More|
|David Cormier, UFC Championship, Lafayette|
|Posted on 7/9/2018 11:00:00 AM.|
Got some suppressed aggression issues you need to alleviate? A new Broussard business might just be right in your wheelhouse. It’s called All The Rage, and when there, customers can destroy old computers, dishes, and almost anything else. Owner Kevin Richard says there is a myriad of weaponry to express yourself.More
|All The Rage Room, Lafayette|
|Posted on 7/9/2018 10:33:00 AM.|
Politico article has reignited the intrigue around former New Orleans Mayor
Mitch Landrieu’s plans for the 2020 presidential race. The Crescent City
Politician did not confirm his interest in the race, but the comments he made
may indicate an interest in the Democratic primary. UNO Political Science
Professor Ed Chervanek says so far, it’s just wishful thinking.
|New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, UNO, 2020 presidential run|
|Posted on 7/9/2018 4:58:00 AM.|
Qualifying for next year's governor's race is 13 months away, so will we see Republicans who plan to challenge Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards announce their candidacy soon? Political analyst Clancy Dubos says while names from the Republican Party have been thrown around, there is no absolute answer as to when to officially announce a candidacy.
|Senator John Kennedy, Clancy DuBos, Governor's Race 2019, Louisiana|
|Posted on 7/8/2018 5:40:00 AM.|
Billions in Chinese tariffs went into effect Friday, and Louisiana industries are bracing for what could be a rocky ride. A recent Forbes report showed Louisiana as the most at risk state for negative effects from tariffs due to its export and shipping based economy.
|tariffs, Louisiana, 2018, Don Pierson, economy, Trump, Robert Landry|
|Posted on 7/7/2018 4:40:00 PM.|
The LA Wallet app that allows Louisianans to access a digital copy of their driver’s license, is available now on your Iphone or Android app store. The app was developed by a Louisiana company, Envoc, with offices in Baton Rouge and Hammond. Envoc CEO Calvin Fabre says it comes with all kinds of convenient perks.
“The benefit to the citizen is that it does a daily validity check on their license, so you will know immediately whether your license is suspended, or expired,” said Fabre.
|La Wallet, apps, Louisiana, 2018, tech, Envoc, Calvin Fabre|
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