mosierA Lafayette businessman’s specialized subsea lighting equipment lands him a job on the Costa Concordia salvage project.

Local company is seventh most popular online retailer of gold equipment.

Transocean Ltd. has asked a judge to vacate an order requiring BP rig supervisor Donald Vidrine to submit to a medical exam to determine if he is fit to answer questions about his actions on the Deepwater Horizon before an explosion killed 11 workers in 2010.

Former president and CEO of Opelousas General Health System returns to Schumacher Group as executive vice president.

New burger concept builds on success of north Lafayette brand.
Livingston Parish officials’ harsh criticisms could cause serious problems for the federal agency.

Kurt Mix's trial was scheduled to start Feb. 25, but U.S. District Judge Stanwood Duval Jr. moved it to June 10 after conferring with defense attorneys and prosecutors. Duval agreed to give both sides more time to prepare.

caldwellLouisiana's attorney general has spent nearly $24 million building a case against BP, with much of it going to outside law firms that have contributed to his campaigns.

crawfishAs rain follows rain, crawfish farmers see their livestock swim over the levees around their ponds while fish swim in to feast on those remaining.

“Tax credits offer a unique way for businesses to generate capital without sacrificing equity,” says Clay Allen of Allen & Gooch law firm, sponsor of Wednesday's event.
The deadline to enter projects for the 2013 INDesign Awards is Tuesday, Feb. 26.
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