Why attorney Daniel Stanford believes he has become a target in what he calls a “new front” in the federal government’s War on Drugs.

The city’s idea was selected from 300 submissions to compete for the New York City mayor’s philanthropic organization's $5 million grand prize.

The City-Parish Council will be asked Tuesday to pump about $96,000 into the Traffic & Transportation Department’s budget to provide matching funds for federal grants to study 36 intersections in the city of Lafayette and unincorporated Lafayette Parish.

AP_economy_story_carouselIt’s a staple of every presidential election, a single question that puts the incumbent’s record on trial and asks American voters to be the jurors.

10things5_carouselYour daily look at national and international late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012.

On Nov. 6, voters across the state will be asked to decide nine proposed amendments to the Louisiana Constitution.

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.

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