Jim Engster speaks with John N. Kennedy, Louisiana State Treasurer, about state budget matters including his support of a plan to reduce state consulting contracts to help improve funding of higher education.
The Revenue Estimating Conference, which crunches the numbers on the state’s income every year, announced on Wednesday that revenues are $35 million short of what was expected for 2013-2014. But for the first time since Gov. Bobby Jindal took office, there should be no mid-year cuts to Louisiana's budget.
Jim Engster speaks with political consultant, Raymond Strother, and Dr. Denise Reed of the Water Institute of the Gulf about coastal marsh erosion, and Jeff Kuehny of the LSU AgCenter about Arbor Day events.
Jim Engster interviews Professor Ed Shihadeh about trends in crime, Ara Rubyan regarding the Baton Rouge Jewish Film Festival, and Harlem Globetrotter, 'Buckets' Blakes about entertaining people all over the world.
Jim Engster interviews Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X and author of "Malcolm Little: A Personal Look at the Childhood of Malcolm X," and also, Scott Andrew Selby who wrote "A Serial Killer in Nazi Berlin: The Chilling True Story of the S-Baun Murder."
Mary Bird Perkins-Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center operates the only cancer screening clinic in Baton Rouge, In 2012, the cancer center launched a screening program for individuals at high risk for lung cancer, especially smokers.
Audio FileDr. Brad Vincent, Interventional Pulmonologist and Chairman of the Cancer Center's Lung Cancer Multidisciplinary Care TeamEdit | Remove
Gov. Bobby Jindal made an appearance at the Baton Rouge Press Club on Wednesday. He announced a business trip to Asia and then took questions from reporters for an hour. A rare event for this governor, it has implications for his presidential ambitions and the upcoming legislative session.