The Lafayette Parish School Board’s lopsided decision to deny the opening of two Type 1 charter schools drew a stern rebuke Thursday from Broussard Mayor Charlie Langlinais.
Citing an effort to protect the integrity of the process, Lafayette Central Park keeps a lid on finalists.
Members of the Citizens Advisory Committee for the Lafayette Metropolitan Planning Organization will not have to file personal financial disclosure statements with the state Board of Ethics.
Former Assistant Attorney General Burton Guidry announced Thursday he will be a candidate for the Division G seat on the 15th Judicial District Court next year.
Drew Brees sees no reason why the offense he leads shouldn't approach the 40-point plateau on a regular basis.
Even as the economy shows signs of improvement and poverty levels off, new U.S. census data suggests the gains are halting and uneven. Depending on education, race, income and even marriage, not all segments of the population are seeing an economic turnaround.
In an appearance blocks from the Justice Department that was just as much about politics as policy, Jindal said President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder would not send their children to failing schools but are fighting against a program that helps students from low-income families attend better schools.
Former state Sen. Ann Duplessis has been named president of the Louisiana Federation for Children, the state arm of a national group that supports private school tuition vouchers.
An article on a satire website got folks in DeQuincy calling to ask whether the government had really banned the hip-thrusting dance called twerking.
Robinson, a 2010 first-round draft choice, injured his patella tendon during the third quarter of New Orleans' 16-14 victory at Tampa Bay last Sunday.