The American Zombie blog by New Orleans independent journalist Jason Berry has a photograph of U.S. District Court Judge Carl Barbier having dinner with Lafayette attorney Pat Juneau — yeah, that Pat Juneau, the BP claims administrator whose fate Barbier will soon decide.
Indictment accuses ‘chef’ who claims to work for the needy of stealing from a disabled man in his care.
The Chamber’s Empower PAC has endorsed its second candidate for this year’s LPSB elections, announcing it will support the reelection campaign of District 5 incumbent Kermit Bouillion.
Greenstein is accused of lying under oath in testimony about his role in the awarding of a $200 million state contract to his former employer, CNSI, to provide Medicaid billing and fraud oversight services.
Candidates running for districts 1, 2 and 3 of the school board will kick-off the first of a three night series of forums at the LITE Center.
The city-parish president formed a company in early August, Durel Properties LLC, and has a buy/sell agreement for his first office building.
Numerous local media outlets are reporting that State District Judge Ed Rubin has ruled unconstitutional the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
With the turmoil raging and our school system continuing to hold on by a thread in anticipation of November’s elections, several Acadiana’s legislators are throwing their names and their support behind the candidates: Most recently with an endorsement of Jeremy Hidalgo's campaign for District 9.
For Dudley Nelson, a 2011 hit on a truck stop casino netted him and two friends $11,675 in stolen cash, as well as a 105 month stay in prison following a federal sentencing hearing held Friday for the 25-year-old Ville Platte man.
Kelly McAllister, wife of the congressman from Louisiana's 5th District, will address her husband's infidelity for the first time in a campaign ad that will begin airing today, reports LaPolitics.