UL Lafayette's primate center has paid the fine for the deaths of three rhesus monkeys in May 2011 and an injury last year to a chimpanzee.
State senators rejected a proposal on Monday for Louisiana to offer government-subsidized health insurance to the working poor through the federal health overhaul law known as the Affordable Care Act.
Overwhelming support from lawmakers comes despite concerns the constitutional amendments would further limit budget areas available to cut when Louisiana has financial woes — and leave public colleges more vulnerable to slashing.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A bid to give judges five years of annual pay raises easily received the backing Monday of the Senate's budget committee — after it was changed to require money for the salary hike to come from the annual judicial budget.
A federal judge has dismissed a charge that is the backbone of the case against a former BP executive accused of concealing information from Congress about the amount of oil spewing in 2010 from the company's blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico.
A New Iberia woman was sentenced in federal court Friday to 26 months in prison for an IRS tax scheme in which she was paid more than $77,000 in illegitimate refund checks.
The veteran police officer remembered by friends for his large and small acts of kindness will be laid to rest Wednesday.
What better time to ensure that Ambassador South within the city limits of Lafayette doesn’t become an eyesore like Johnston Street?
The audit says the Department of Education didn't verify that school-reported data used to calculate performance was reliable. It says the department couldn't prove that it comprehensively reviewed the legal obligations required of charter schools.
Policyholders with questions about their claims can speak with flood insurance program specialists.
Second-line parades have been around for generations as part of Mardi Gras and other holiday celebrations, and are perhaps best known as a feature of the city's famed jazz funerals.
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