But the research leaves many questions unanswered and won't settle the debate over how policymakers should respond to recent high-profile acts of gun violence.
Residents displaced since August have criticized the governor for having never traveled to see the sinkhole or speak with the families.
Six environmental groups are suing the U.S. Coast Guard, challenging a denial of two Freedom of Information Act requests about the response to an oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.
U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley said Wednesday that Nasar Latif Raja of St. Martinville entered the plea Monday before U.S. Magistrate Judge C. Michael Hill.
A preliminary hearing set for Thursday will determine whether the state has enough evidence to proceed with criminal stalking and cyberstalking charges against Chris Hebert, the man behind the Busted in Acadiana Facebook page.
The newly minted executive director of Downtown Lafayette Unlimited addressed about 40 downtown business owners Tuesday evening at Bolt nightclub to offer an overview of his vision for the district — a vision that begins with increasing the downtown’s residential population.
Lawmakers will debate the proposal in the legislative session that begins April 8, but they'll have only two months to make a decision before the session ends in June.
If a taxpayer doesn't specifically choose the check or electronic deposit on tax forms, the refund will come on a pre-loaded debit card.
A retired BP employee who supervised drilling operations on the rig that exploded in the Gulf of Mexico says he never felt pressure to sacrifice safety to save money, even though the project was behind schedule and over budget.
A decision by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association will separate traditional public school football playoffs from those held by private, magnet and charter schools.