A shoe-less UL communications professor found in the company of a G-string clad woman was among those arrested at Desperado's Wednesday.
Let us wonder no more why members of Congress are so feverish about keeping their jobs or why the Boustany-Landry runoff has been such a muddy affair.
His stellar reputation tarnished by two assistants who posted anonymous comments on the Times-Picayune's website about cases the office is handling, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District announces his resignation in an emotional speech.
The Supreme Court of Louisiana has dealt a blow to a North Carolina woman who scored a major victory last February when the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeal ruled she was entitled to the return of more than $144,000 seized from her car during a traffic stop on Interstate 10 in St. Martin Parish.
A new judge was assigned Wednesday to the case against two BP supervisors charged in the deaths of 11 workers aboard the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig in 2010, after the previous judge disclosed his wife owns stock in one of the contractors.
The state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education is moving ahead with plans to grade publicly funded prekindergarten and early childhood education programs.
The Times-Picayune is reporting that Gov. Bobby Jindal waved a tin cup last month before billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson.
Flyers as well as robocalls are attempting to link U.S. Rep. Charles Boustany, R-Lafayette, to conservatives’ ultimate bogyman: President Barack Obama.
The former cardiologist, who has been free since his 2008 conviction on 51 of 91 counts of health care fraud, will begin serving his 10-year sentence Dec. 17.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell's office isn't lodging an opinion about whether Gov. Bobby Jindal's budgeting tactics are in line with the state constitution.