There may be a potential snag in the Lafayette Consolidated Government’s plan to invest $140 million in the Rodemacher II coal plant.

A Baton Rouge district court judge said he'll announce his decision Tuesday on whether Gov. Bobby Jindal's revamp of teacher tenure and salary laws was passed in violation of the state constitution.

The 43 executions in 2012 equal the total in 2011 and were roughly half as many as in 2000. Ninety-eight prisoners were put to death in 1998, the busiest year for U.S. death chambers since 1977.

Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon says his department's new online system will make it easier for Louisiana residents to shop for the best insurance rates in their cities.

A resolution calling for an “all-out” stop to the Jefferson Island Storage & Hub expansion project by AGL Resources is up for a vote by the Iberia Parish Council this Wednesday, and if passed, will be sent to Commissioner James Welsh of the state Office of Conservation.

U.S. District Judge Stanwood Duval Jr. didn't immediately rule on a request for a trial delay by attorneys for BP well site leaders Robert Kaluza and Donald Vidrine. Instead, Duval is scheduled to discuss the matter with defense attorneys and prosecutors during a telephone call Monday.

Chris Goudeau of Opelousas has been elected chairman of the Louisiana Educational Television Authority Board.

The Louisiana Budget Project is taking a hard line against Gov. Bobby Jindal’s latest salve for the state’s lingering budget wound.

Cuts are planned to doctors and hospitals that care for Medicaid patients. Programs that provide hospice care for the poor and disabled and dental benefits to pregnant women will be eliminated.

jindal_flying_saucer...and replace him with a Republican politician with reasonable, fact-based opinions?

Gov. Bobby Jindal's top budget architect is unveiling how the administration plans to rebalance this year's budget and close a $129 million midyear deficit.

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