guillory carousel newFormer housing director will serve more than two years in prison for taking $100,000 in bribes and participating in bid-fixing scheme.

A Lafayette Parish tax preparer received two years in federal prison Wednesday for filing false tax returns for herself and her clients.

The state’s largest teachers union is giving Gov. Bobby Jindal a big ole attaboy for signing a bill designed to tweak the appeals process for fired teachers.

U.S. Senate candidate Rob Maness, who hopes to unseat Sen. Mary Landrieu this fall, knows he’ll have to get through U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy to do it.

Artmosphere carouse NEWlThe popular restaurant/music venue has only a few days remaining to get its food sales up or face loss of its liquor license by the state.

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J.W. Faulk Elementary is the last among the LPSS’s failing schools, so why is the school board resisting an allocation of money to fix the problem?

*Except in your vehicle in campus parking lots and while tailgating at athletic events

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Last Friday, against the vehement and public urging of his own Attorney General and nearly one hundred of the nation’s most respected legal experts, Governor Bobby Jindal signed Senate Bill 469 into law.

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As far as the people of Louisiana are concerned, this year’s legislative session did little to improve life here in the Bayou State.

“A lot of people mentioned to me how omnipresent BP lobbyists were, more than the other major oil companies were (though all of them showed plenty of interest), so much more that it got a lot of people wondering, `What’s in the bill for them?’ It certainly got us wondering.” – John Barry, June 5, 2014

Family mourns Lafayette retail trailblazer

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