BATON ROUGE - The number of teachers retiring jumped more than 25 percent as the administration of Gov. Bobby Jindal pushed an overhaul of public education that changes the rules on how teachers are evaluated. That's according to the Teachers Retirement System of Louisiana.
The number of retirements from... more »
BATON ROUGE - The president of the University of Louisiana System has announced his retirement. Randy Moffett, who's been in the job for four years, said Monday that he will leave the position in the fall to spend more time with his family. Moffett's retirement comes after a tenure marked... more »
BATON ROUGE – Governor Bobby Jindal has selected state Senator Nick Gautreaux of Acadiana to serve as the Commissioner of the Office of Motor Vehicles, replacing retiring Commissioner Kay Hodges. “Senator Gautreaux brings years of experience in managing private businesses and serving in state government,” said LSP Superintendent Mike Edmonson.... more »
An East Baton Rouge Parish official accused of taking bribes in return for awarding no-bid contracts for crime cameras is retiring.
Don Evans, the city-parish's Director of Information Services, will be leaving his post on November 1 according to retirement administrator Jeff Yates. He said Evans probably filed for... more »
Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he plans to leave his job next year. A Republican and holdover from the Bush administration, Gates had agreed to stay on at the request of President Barack Obama. The move was intended to maintain stability at a time of two wars, although Gates has... more »
Charles Gibson, who anchors "World News Tonight" on ABC, is retiring at the end of the year. Gibson took over as the "World News" following the death of Peter Jennings and wartime injury of Bob Woodruff.
Gibson, who has been at ABC News for 35 years, will be replaced... more »