The project involves about $74 million in public money over 12 years, including $30.5 million for an office building and $14 million over 10 years to increase the needed number of computer science graduates at Louisiana State University and other colleges and universities in the state.

Annual fundraiser is from 6:30-10 p.m. April 20 at the Alumni Center.

Investar Bank hire marks return to Lafayette for former IberiaBank executive.

The state labor department figures released Monday show the initial claims dropped to 1,889 from the previous week's total of 2,860. This is the lowest level since March 22, 2008, when initial claims were at 1,862.

A Transocean employee who served as chief mate on the Deepwater Horizon testified Monday that he believes the rig crew's emergency training saved lives following the 2010 explosion that killed 11 workers and triggered the nation's worst offshore oil spill.

Houston-based company developing site for Whole Foods is bringing DSW and Petco to same corridor.

The Courier will begin digital subscriptions next month.

Daniel Stanford and Barry Domingue, the local attorneys indicted last year by a federal grand jury for their alleged roles in the Curious Goods’ money laundering and drug trafficking conspiracy, have requested a dismissal of charges.

Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. fell by 30 this week to 1,746.

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management said 52 companies submitted 407 bids on 320 tracts, three to 230 miles off the coasts of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi.

The New Orleans sale began at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Superdome and included about 7,299 federally-owned drilling tracts, three to 230 miles off the coasts of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi.

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