ten-things5_carouselYour daily look at late-breaking national and international news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.

Camp Boustany says he won among listeners 63-37. Listeners are saying different.

Lafayette Parish Superintendent of Schools Pat Cooper joins IND Monthly’s Lecture Series Wednesday, Nov. 14, to discuss the progress of his turnaround plan.

Ron Richard may not have a chance in hell, but at least one Democrat's name will be listed on next week's ballot for the 3rd Congressional District election.

The monkeyshines of ATC commissioner Troy Hebert are back, but according to a report by Louisiana Free Press, this latest round of hijinks could mean bad things for the former state senator from Jeanerette.

debate_carouselLouisiana's dueling Republican congressmen squared off Wednesday in their only debate before next week's election, calling each other liars and trying to stake out differences.

10things3_carouselHere's your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012.

A new report from the Louisiana Budget Project concludes that Louisiana should extend — and double — the state’s earned income tax credit for low-income working residents.

A baker’s dozen plus one have applied to lead the University of Louisiana System — the state’s largest university system that includes UL Lafayette under its umbrella.

blanco_reads_carouselAlice Boucher's World Languages Academy students got a little special attention from community leaders Tuesday morning. 

 


election_carouselLouisiana’s early voting totals are in, and state officials are now saying they anticipate the biggest election day turnout in years come Nov. 6.
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