A visit with noted composer Robert Kyr, who will perform his work "Waging Peace" this Sunday at the Broadmoor Baptist Church.
Jim talks with Haughton state Representative Henry Burns about his bill allowing concealed carry gun permits holders to take their weapons into restaurants that serve liquor.
Advocate entertainment writer John Wirt drops by to discuss the passing of country music legend George Jones, and the purchase of the Advocate by John Georges.
A bill filed in response to a decision by high school principals to change football post-season play has been voluntarily deferred.
A Medicaid Expansion plan passed the Senate Committee on Health and Welfare Tuesday in a 4, 3 vote.
Opponents of the expansion repeated the arguments they’ve given throughout the debate: federal funding is unreliable, and the plan will cost the state too much money.
As the host of Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me!, Peter Sagal, makes jokes about the news every week.
Game show hosts are typically not supposed to be part of the news.
But Peter Sagal ran the Boston Marathon as a guide for a blind runner, and a strange thing happened on the way past the finish line...
Kevin Kane, President of the Pelican Institute for Public Policy, talks about Governor's Jindal's position on Medicaid expansion.
Spencer Watts, the new head of the East Baton Rouge Parish Library System.
The House Appropriations Committee again called into question the way the Jindal Administration crafts the state’s budget.
On Monday the committee passed the budget bill and the funds bill, which allows for interagency transfers, the primary source of one-time funds.
From the state Department of Environmental Quality, Michael Vince who talks about ozone levels and air quality in the Capital area.
A chat with Henry Bradsher, former Associated Press Southeast Asia Bureau Chief, who has retired in Baton Rouge.
Ornithologist David Sibley, who'll be addressing the Baton Rouge Audubon Society.
While politicians continue to wrangle over the roll-out of the federal Affordable Care Act, families and individuals are grappling with what it means for them.
The state may need to accept the federal Medicaid Expansion to fund LSU hospitals under the new public/private partnerships.
That’s according to Steve Spires, with the Louisiana Budget Project, an advocacy group that focuses on the effects of policy changes to low- and middle-income households.
Easter passed by about a month ago, but if you still have Easter lilies hanging around, put them in the ground. They will come back and bloom year after year.