The Louisiana Ethics Board is expected to reduce the $360 fine assessed against Lafayette Parish School Board member Tommy Angelle for filing a campaign finance disclosure form late in connection with his successful bid to become the District 2 LPSB rep.
Police at this time are declining to cite a motive in the attack that left one UL student dead and a second critically injured.
The Lafayette City-Parish Council will vote Tuesday on an introductory ordinance that would prohibit for-profit companies from using donation bins to collect second-hand clothing and other donations.
Louisiana scored particularly well in hate crime incidents — 0.5 per 100,000 residents — earning the sixth best rank among states.
The Louisiana Legislative Auditor Monday released its findings and recommendations for the Lafayette Housing Authority, and now it’s up to District Attorney Mike Harson to decide whether anyone will be prosecuted for possible violations of state law.
The Los Angeles Times traveled to Crowley to get locals’ take on former Gov. Edwin Edwards’ freedom after eight years — and his plans for the future.
The Lafayette Charter Commission, through City-Parish Attorney Pat Ottinger, requested an opinion from the AG’s office a few months ago on whether a sitting council’s job description can be modified based on the results of a city-wide or parish-wide referendum concerning the Lafayette Home Rule Charter.
Using 2000 census numbers, demographer Mike Hefner believes the parish districts can be redrawn to address city of Lafayette autonomy.
Former Lafayette City-Parish Councilman Chris Williams is expected to be a guest on KJCB radio, 770 AM, Monday morning to address the state’s Compliance Audit of the Lafayette Housing Authority.
Alas for the ancient trees of Acadiana.
Roughly 600 Acadiana residents including area political leaders, educators and UL officials attended two screenings of the acclaimed 2010 documentary.
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