Federal investigators have been speaking with several BP officials at their homes recently to question whether execs used non-public info to engage in illegal insider trading in an attempt to manipulate BP’s sharply declining stock following the spill.
A candidate for the state House of Representatives District 47 seat found herself in an awkward position Wednesday morning when she had to borrow $200 from her competitor.
Two critical pieces of evidence in the drunk driving trial of a Lafayette school bus driver have been tossed.
Education officials, including state Superintendent of Education Paul Pastorek, have speculated that LPSS chose the NP Moss site for the new technical high school in an attempt to block a state takeover of NP Moss, the district’s lowest performing school.
Several citizens advocating marijuana rights reform addressed the Lafayette City-Parish Council at Tuesday's meeting.
What a long, strange trip it’s been. The Lafayette Charter Commission did another one-80 Monday evening, voting to place a multiple-choice ballot before voters next fall that could give the city of Lafayette its greatest possible autonomy short of deconsolidation.
Louisiana taxpayers will cut a check for $7 million to help the Crescent City’s NBA franchise meet its revenue benchmark for the season.
Almost 60 percent of residents in a recent statewide poll have buyer's remorse over the Stelly Plan repeal, saying it was a bad idea that contributed to the state’s budget shortfall.
Henry Mouton’s notorious defense attorney says he will enter a plea of not guilty.
The office of state Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is short-changing Lafayette through its failure to render a timely opinion on what the Lafayette Charter Commission may recommend in a parishwide referendum on consolidated government.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson will be the featured speaker at a rally today on the Southern University - New Orleans campus to oppose a proposed merger between SUNO and the University of New Orleans.
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