The attorney representing the teen boy charged with killing a Jockey Lot employee earlier this year claims his client’s safety has been endangered by older inmates at the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center.


The city of Abbeville was placed on lock-down Monday after an off-duty Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s deputy was shot in front of his home while mowing the grass.

The bill allows the state to keep brain-dead pregnant women on life support so their fetuses can be brought to term and delivered, even if the patient’s family opposes such a measure.

BIA carouselChris Hebert of Busted In Acadiana likes to fancy himself some sort of journalist, but a recent Facebook post proves just how much of a joke he really is.


Everyone is wrong about Austin Badon’s bill requiring brain-dead pregnant women to be on life support, including Austin Badon.

The Louisiana Supreme Court has granted a writ filed by former UL Lafayette head football coach Jerry Baldwin, now a north Louisiana minister, in his bid to get money after being canned by the university following the 2001 season.

While lots of pundits and other observers have been saying Sen. Mary Landrieu's support of the Affordable Care Act will do her in this time around, T-P columnist Robert Mann has argued it will be play a minor role. Here’s why he’s probably right.

Gov. Bobby Jindal has signed Senate Bill 250 into law grandfathering Tiger Truck Stop owner Michael Sandlin’s permit to keep a 550-pound Siberian-Bengal tiger caged there as a road-side curiosity.


Two former St. Landry Parish Animal Control employees are facing a number of disturbing allegations of animal cruelty.

An early morning car chase along I-10 ended in Lafayette with the recovery of a kidnapped Florida teen and her captor.


Sen. Elbert Guillory’s effort to legalize chicken boxing during this year’s legislative session didn’t pass muster with his fellow lawmakers, but he’s not through fighting for the sport as he brought his message Wednesday to Comedy Central’s Daily Show.

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