A new amnesty program is on the move that could offer delinquent taxpayers much more in the way of waivers than originally projected.

District Attorney Mike Harson weighs in on the Lafayette Parish School Board’s April 23 special meeting, saying it clearly violated the state’s Open Meetings Law.

Louisiana's public colleges could receive some protection from budget cuts when they raise tuition on students, under a bill that won support from the state House.

redflex carouselTwo individuals and a company are the first to face city-parish government in small claims court over unpaid red-light camera citations.

A federal judge has sentenced a 23-year-old Lafayette man to 14 years in prison for receiving child pornography on his computer.

The University of Louisiana-Lafayette has appointed Patricia Frilot Cottonham as vice president for student affairs.

Louisiana Democrats and Republicans have divided over the importance of intent when it comes to pay discrimination based on gender.

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A federal judge has ruled that a super PAC supporting Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter can raise unlimited amounts of money for Vitter, who is running for governor in 2015.

LPSB complaint carouselIt’s no secret the Lafayette Parish School Board has had its issues with Louisiana’s Open Meetings Law.

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