The deadline to enter projects for the 2013 INDesign Awards is Tuesday, Feb. 26.

Moody-Price LLC, a Baton Rouge equipment and supplies distributor, has acquired Guico Specialty Co., a Lafayette firm that sells high-pressure industrial equipment.

A federal judge in New Orleans has scheduled a Feb. 14 hearing to decide whether to accept the Justice Department's criminal settlement with Transocean Ltd. over the company's role in the massive 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

AcadianLafayette Parish's exclusive ambulance service provider is seeking a 44 percent increase over two years for emergency transports and almost 75 percent for non-emergencies.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture declared 36 Louisiana parishes drought disaster areas in 2010. In 2011, seven parishes were named drought disaster areas along with 213 Texas counties.

The centerpiece of the AgCenter's sustainable bioproducts Initiative, the plant focuses on processing sweet sorghum, energy cane and other grassy feedstocks into convertible sugars, fiber and bioproducts for further refining into butanol, gasoline, isoprene and biochemicals.

In a move that aims to up Lafayette’s “cool” quotient, DDA has hired an urban design professional with a law degree and real estate background to help Lafayette’s downtown realize its full economic potential.

Federal legislation dictates that 80 percent of the civil penalty be used for environmental and economic recovery projects in the Gulf states.

Regulators found flood-related pipeline spills since 1993 in California, Texas, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Kentucky.

Elio Motors is moving into the former General Motors plant in Shreveport, where it will build three-wheeled, low-price vehicles.

Proposed settlement resolves the department's civil and criminal probe of Transocean's role in the Deepwater Horizon rig disaster.

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