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Don’t put flood insurance out of reach: Editorial

Congress needs to reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program by Sept. 30 to avoid a gap in new policies. But […]

8/20/2017 | Read Story »

New LA Medical Asst. Certification Creates Opportunities For High Schoolers

NEW ORLEANS — The medical assistant certification is now recognized in Louisiana as an advanced statewide credential, creating new opportunities […]

8/17/2017 | Read Story »

Draft beer at work? See inside The Shop, New Orleans’ trendy new co-working space

The Shop, a new co-working space at the Contemporary Arts Center in downtown New Orleans, will open in September, marking […]

8/7/2017 | Read Story »

$7.7 million will pay for flood, climate resilience studies in Louisiana

Three studies aimed at investigating resiliency to flooding and potential responses to climate change in Louisiana communities will receive $7.7 […]

7/18/2017 | Read Story »

Group raises concerns over flood insurance proposals

A group fighting to keep flood insurance costs manageable for residents of Louisiana and other states says it is concerned […]

7/17/2017 | Read Story »

Forward New Orleans unveils blueprint for mayoral candidates

NEW ORLEANS — A diverse coalition of businesses and nonprofit organizations across the city are trying to make sure all […]

7/17/2017 | Read Story »

Report: Nearly 30,000 health-sciences job openings projected in metro New Orleans by 2026

With an abundance of new medical construction projects in New Orleans, state and local officials hope the tens of thousands […]

7/13/2017 | Read Story »

GNO Inc. works to help the region’s millennials develop into leaders

NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) – In New Orleans, there’s a parallel focus: the present and the future. “Cultivating the next […]

7/13/2017 | Read Story »