"Ask your friends and neighbors in law enforcement and they’ll tell you who to vote for, and that person is Keith Stutes, our next DA."
Robert Minjarez Jr. was a drug addict, but that’s not what killed him, according to a recently released autopsy by the Lafayette Parish Coroner, which shows his death resulted from the forceful manner in which he was arrested March 2.
Louisiana State Police has submitted the findings of its investigation into the in-custody death of Victor White III to the 16th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.
Rasmussen poll shows Cassidy leading by 3 points.
Attorney Bill Goode is now representing original plaintiff Nancy Cech and challenger Dawn Morris in suit questioning residency of District 7 incumbent.
The attorney hired by the LPSB to investigate the superintendent says he informed the school board president prior to Wednesday’s meeting of his likely absence.
Downtown Lafayette Unlimited announced Thursday that LUS Fiber-powered high-speed WiFi is coming to Parc International and Parc Sans Souci just in time for the commencement of the Fall 2014 concert series.
The LPSB was expecting to receive a formal list of charges Wednesday from the special attorney hired to investigate the superintendent, but it didn’t happen as he was a no-call no-show for the meeting.
A federal judge in New Orleans has upheld both Louisiana’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriage as well as the state’s refusal to recognized such marriages performed in states where it is legal.
The lawsuit over his District 7 residency will likely boil down to how the court interprets a state law dealing with reapportionment.
The circumstances surrounding the death last March while in the backseat of a sheriff’s cruiser of Victor White III, long a source of dispute by White’s family, have earned an investigation by federal officials.