There’s no better imagination builder than reading, and Downtown Lafayette Unlimited and the Lafayette Public Library are bringing it all together with Saturday’s installment of Movies in the Parc.

storm_surgeDuring a hurricane, storm surge is one of the greatest threats to life and land, yet many people don't understand the dire warnings from forecasters to get out of its way.

A new 2 cent monthly tax on cellphones aimed at helping provide services for people with hearing impairment won the support Thursday of the Senate Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Committee.

A week before opening, regulators announced that the recreational season in federal waters for the popular game fish will be 17 to 34 days instead of nine to 28.

Lafayette will march Saturday in protest of Monsanto, our nation’s biggest dealer of genetically modified organisms, and demand GMO labeling on all food products.

The Louisiana attorney general's office says a special grand jury has been selected to look into possible criminal activity involving the award of a $200 million Medicaid contract by Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration.

SB 153, authored by Sen. Ed Murray, D-New Orleans, would have required all Louisiana employers to pay women the same as men.

With a state-of-the-art Sports Complex set for completion by the end of this year, the city of Youngsville has named Tim Robichaux director of its parks and recreation department.

No._1Though we all knew it, now the nation does too, as the Hub City has topped Area Development magazine’s lists for Leading Locations, best mid-sized cities and best Southern cities. Not bad, Lafayette.

Sen. Mary Landrieu filed legislation this week to delay flood insurance increases for many residents and businesses in southern Louisiana that officials fear could begin skyrocketing at the end of the year.

A tea party-backed attempt to keep Louisiana from using a set of uniform national standards for public school testing will be considered by the state Senate.

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