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No, state Rep. John Bel Edwards doesn’t want to toss ‘The Dude’ in the slammer and throw away the key.

U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy has confirmed to the Associated Press that he was bumped from a Republican leadership position in the House after breaking with party leaders. And that's a good thing.

Choice cuts from Acadiana's news media for Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014:

A strange cast of witnesses has been subpoenaed by the attorney for former City-Parish Councilman Chris Williams for his upcoming civil case against the Lafayette Housing Authority.

New questions arise about whether a consultant for the school system tried to grease the skids with Saints swag.

Rs and Ds join hands to support former ADA Keith Stutes in his bid to oust DA Mike Harson.

Why leadership in Lafayette, Lake Charles and Alexandria should look beyond their existing small local horizons and take it to the “20-thousand-foot” level.

Choice cuts from Acadiana's news media for Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2014:

joey comments carouselCity-Parish President Joey Durel’s dismissive response to a question regarding a possible ordinance prohibiting discrimination against gays and lesbians is ruffling some feathers.

Rina Tikia says in a demand letter to the LPSS that she’s owed $200,000 for consulting work, but a close inspection of the controversial matter reveals she may very well be owed nothing.

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Last week’s shooting of two endangered whooping cranes in Jefferson Davis Parish deserves justice.

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