If you make holiday shopping convenient, Americans will come in droves.

If the trash truck or bus rolling down your street seems a little quieter these days, you’re not imagining things. It’s probably running on natural gas.

The company whose workers were on board the platform that exploded Friday has been dogged for the past year by a federal lawsuit filed by 20 former Filipino workers claiming a litany of labor violations.

The club, according to a report in The Daily Advertiser, was unable to recover financially after filing for bankruptcy earlier this year.

Shaw shareholders will vote on the proposed buyout Dec. 21.

The respected national leader and former Republican congressman from Oklahoma will offer Acadiana residents a systemic alternative to the bitter partisan politics paralyzing our democracy at all levels, especially in Washington.

State's unemployment rate down to 6.6 percent, compared with 7.1 percent a year ago.


A new campaign aims to sell Lafayette as a shopping destination.
Lafayette store is New Orleans jewelry designer’s fifth.

Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain will borrow $7 million to take control of a defunct sugar cane mill in southwest Louisiana that was built with state tax dollars and only operational for 90 days.

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