Broussard native John Ducrest will have to prove that the regulatory agency he heads did not turn "a blind eye to the Stanford scheme," as the class action suit alleges.

A public forum Thursday will address the future of powering Lafayette, which will require a new plan going forward, says one of the event's organizers, who points to the fact that 60 percent of the area's electricity comes from an aging coal-fired plant.

Local chamber will fight efforts to repeal the state’s suspension of severance taxes on production from horizontal and deep wells.

Mining company Freeport-McMoRan is buying a pair of oil and gas producers for $9 billion, creating a natural resources conglomerate with assets ranging from oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico to mines in Indonesia.

Louisiana’s top school board approved nearly four dozen organizations on Tuesday to offer courses to public school students through online classes and other nontraditional means, despite a judge’s ruling that the program’s planned financing is unconstitutional.
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