The extremes represented by The Freedom Caucus in Washington, D.C. and Take ‘Em Down NOLA may be destroying their own positions.
This week it's Talkin' Guns with Don, Gavin Chachere, and Devin Burgess with some talk about new laws banning replica guns in schools, gun safes and other second amendment related topics in the first hour. The second hour is Hunt, Fish Talk with Don, Wendy Billiot, Lyle Johnson and Keith Lusher and topics ranging from feral hogs to coastal erosion.
A federal appeals court has refused to revive a Louisiana levee board's lawsuit blaming dozens of oil and gas companies for damage to the state's fragile coast. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court
50 to $3,700. The $20 million settlement came in a lawsuit involving the East Jefferson, Orleans and Lake Borgne Basin levee districts. Claimants will have an opportunity to challenge the amounts they are receiving by March 29. Individual awards were
uncontrolled releases of water from Lake Oroville. Those flows could overwhelm the Feather River and other downstream waterways and levees and flood towns in three counties. Department engineer and spokesman Kevin Dossey told the Sacramento Bee the emergency spillway
and locals tell people to pick the one they like best. "One of the stories is years ago they used to build bonfires on the levee to light the way to Midnight Mass. The other version, which is the one I kind of like, is that we build the bonfires to light
another bonfire on Saturday night, with music by Category 6." Lee says it's a prelude to the Christmas Eve 'Bonfires On the Levee ' in St. James and neighboring parishes. "If you can't make it on Christmas Eve, because a lot of people are with their