Until recently, New Mexico and Louisiana honored each other’s concealed carry permits. That has now changed. Now, residents of New Mexico will no longer be allowed to carry concealed in the state of Louisiana, and vice versa. As of yesterday, the LA state government sites shows the updated lists of what state permits are honored […]
Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire, and reserve linebacker Jared Small, both players for the college football team LSU, were released after intense police interrogation following a shooting which occurred Saturday afternoon. According to Baton Rouge Police Department (BRPD), the two players were meeting 18-year-old Kobe Johnson to deliver an electronic device he was supposed purchase from […]
New Orleans was a hotbed of crime this weekend with five major robbery attempts on Sunday night alone. Unfortunately, four of those five were entirely successful, but one incident we are looking at today may have saved some lives and serves as an example of how to protect innocent lives during a crime.
The idea of a mother stopping at nothing to protect her child is a story you hear about a lot in society as well as nature as a whole, but sometimes the tables are turned and it is the child that is called upon to protect their mother. That’s exactly what happened during an attempted […]
A 36-year-old man from Metairie was wounded in a shooting near the Uptown New Orleans parade route at St. Charles St and Napoleon Ave. Police stated that the victim was shot when a gun discharged inside a portable toilet on the Napoleon neutral ground, but the gunman was not immediately found.
A man who was killed in New Orleans on Friday, February 10 is now said to be a suspected armed robber who was fatally shot by a concealed carrying customer inside a T-Mobile store, New Orleans Police have said.
An ordinance requires any stolen guns to be reported to the police as well as banning some guns in recreation facilities was approved last Wednesday by a New Orleans City Council committee, allowing adoption by the full council this week.
Yes you do. Like many states, Louisiana requires that all applicants for the permit demonstrate competency with a firearm beyond just a classroom learning experience. If you ever find a class offered by an instructor that doesn’t include a live fire component then you know that class doesn’t legally fulfill the requirements of Louisiana state […]