Attorneys general representing Gulf Coast states are urging residents considering filing claims with BP for losses related to the Deepwater Horizon explosion and spill to be careful what they sign.
Southern University Ph.D. candidate and former congressional contender Ronnie Ray Ceasar wants to truncate Gov. Bobby Jindal’s term in office.
The winning firm will be hired to produce a comprehensive master plan for Lafayette Parish.
Former prosecutor J. Floyd Johnson, who pleaded guilty to one count of tax evasion Nov. 10, has been suspended from the practice of law — for now, just on a temporary basis.
State Rep. Damon Baldone, a Houma Democrat, tore into Gov. Bobby Jindal in a letter to the editor published Friday.
Business and media consultant Shanna Higginbotham will assume the Performing Arts Society of Acadiana reins from longtime Executive Director Jackie Lyle on Jan. 3.
Louisianians who need a little extra cash this Christmas — and who doesn’t? — could have an unexpected surprise waiting for them at the state treasury.
Professor Chris Carroll and his students have prominent roles in the series as they construct models of various structures in Egypt and Rome, testing such things as pulleys for hoisting multi-ton objects and gauging the integrity of pyramid designs.
During the past two weeks, UL Lafayette President Joseph Savoie has held meetings with students in order to clarify the situation that threatens six live oak trees on UL’s campus, all of which have been marked with red ribbons by students protesting their destruction.
A top official at Acadian Ambulance since 1998, Tyron Picard announced he will leave the Lafayette-based company in January, though he was not specific about his future plans, saying only he will “pursue other business and governmental relations opportunities.”
Now that the president and Beltway Republicans have settled on the tax rate debate — hopefully — lawmakers can begin focusing on what to do about that pesky food safety legislation.
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