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4 African American Democrat Metro City Council members stand united to bring balance to a majority Republican Council

4 African American Democrat Metro City Council members stand united to bring balance to a majority Republican Council

Baton Rouge (PPN)- Today, four out of the five African American Metro City Council members will stand together to bring balance to a majority Republican City Council. In the aftermath of the passing of Councilmen Buddy Amoroso, controversy sparked regarding who should receive the appointment to fill the vacant seat. Last week, Councilmembers Chauna Banks, Erika(…)

Southern University “Human Jukebox” Band Director Terminated by the SU Board of Supervisors!

Southern University “Human Jukebox” Band Director Terminated by the SU Board of Supervisors!

Baton Rouge (PPN)- Today, the Southern University Director of Bands Nathan Haymer was terminated by the Board of Supervisors according to attorney. Last week students, alumni, and parents poured into the Board of Supervisors chamber in support of Mr. Haymer keeping his job. Sources close to the University indicated that the doors to the Band(…)

FEMA extends deadline for MHU

FEMA extends deadline for MHU

Baton Rouge, LA (PPN)-Gov John Bel Edwards request to extend the amount of time flood victims who were impacted in 2016, to continue paying $50 per month was granted by FEMA. The deadline is August 15, the rent could then go up to as much as $1,000 per month. At this time there is no(…)

Manhunt underway for Waffle House killer

Manhunt underway for Waffle House killer

(CNN)Across Nashville, the mood oscillates from shock to grief to anxiety. More than a day after a semi-naked gunman shot up a Waffle House and killed four people, the suspect is still on the loose. Nashville public schools are following “lock-out” procedures while the killer is at large. Police say residents should keep their doors locked as(…)

Plaquemine Police Chief Kenny Payne says “inappropriate” comments on social media

Plaquemine Police Chief Kenny Payne says “inappropriate” comments on social media

Plaquemine, LA (PPN)-  On Friday, April 7, 2018 during a live news conference on KCRA 3, Cat Brooks of the Anti-Police Terror Project  was discussing a proposed bill that would tighten the standards for lethal force on the part of police officers. The measure, state Assembly Bill 931, is co-sponsored by Democrats Shirley Weber and Kevin(…)

NAACP members and community activists demands ‘justice’ at the Attorney General’s Office-wants Alton Sterling shooter tried by a Grand Jury

NAACP members and community activists demands ‘justice’ at the Attorney General’s Office-wants Alton Sterling shooter tried by a Grand Jury

Baton Rouge (PPN)- The state president of the NAACP, Mike McClanahan, and local community activist brought lunch to the Attorney General’s Office in an attempt to have a peaceful dialogue regarding their disapproval of Attorney General Jeff Landry decision not to pursue charges against Blane Salamoni. Community members believed that Jeff Landry did not follow the correct process(…)