The League of Women Voters of Lafayette, in preparation for the 2013 session of the Louisiana Legislature, will host a workshop Tuesday featuring state Sen. Fred Mills, R-Parks, and state Rep. Terry Landry Sr., D-Lafayette.

The Ind has learned through sources close to Lafayette Consolidated Government that City-Parish President Joey Durel was cited but not arrested by sheriff’s deputies after allegedly striking Broussard Mayor Charlie Langlinais in the face at least two times.


A designing couple’s modern farmhouse is nothing short of stunning.

Now in their 9th year, IND Monthly’s INDesign Awards continue to recognize excellence in architecture, interior design and historic preservation/restoration throughout Acadiana.


The INDesign Awards were created to emphasize that good design contributes to the quality of life in a community and to spotlight the architects and interior designers who produce projects of note here in Acadiana.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's health secretary and close ally, Bruce Greenstein, is resigning amid ongoing state and federal investigations into the awarding of a Medicaid contract to a company where Greenstein once worked, officials said Friday.

Durel wanted to bury it in Langlinais’ head, but ...

LABI_jindalLouisiana's largest business lobbying group on Wednesday declared its opposition to Gov. Bobby Jindal's tax system rewrite because the plan would shift new tax costs to businesses.

DHH_medicaidGov. Bobby Jindal's administration quietly released a new financial analysis that estimates the state could save as much as $368 million over 10 years.

Republicans' search for a way back to presidential success is drawing a striking array of personalities and policy options, creating a wide-open self-reassessment of the party.

Louisiana's Department of Education has received 11,800 applications for state-funded private school tuition, with interest in the voucher program growing larger, Superintendent of Education John White said Wednesday.

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