Attorney General Buddy Caldwell’s office announced Thursday that AT&T Mobility has agreed to a $105 million settlement with Louisiana and the other 49 states over allegations that the company added third-party charges to AT&T customers’ bills without their consent or knowledge.

Lafayette Consolidated Government was the victor at the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeal in a suit brought against it by a billboard company that argued new(ish) zoning regulations prevented it from making good on a contract.

Lawmakers and business leaders are pressing Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration to pledge the financing needed to keep open a 25-year-old program that helps small businesses apply for government contracts.

The state labor department figures released Friday show the initial claims increased to 2,081 from the previous week's total of 1,887. For the comparable week a year earlier, there were 2,456.

We haven’t always worked together to be the social and political juggernaut that we are capable of being, but that’s about to change.

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