Here's what happens when alcohol and testosterone mix. Unfortunately, it happened on Jefferson Street.
Could the Cravins dynasty in Acadiana politics be coming to a close? We’ll find out Tuesday night following Opelousas Mayor Don Cravins’ runoff election.
An apparent brutal attack in a downtown neighborhood populated by university students left one UL student dead and another unidentified young man in critical condition Thursday.
It will likely be of little consequence to his opponent, Democrat Charlie Melancon, but Sen. David Vitter has landed with a thud on Esquire magazine’s list of the “10 Worst Members of Congress.”
The U.S. Justice Department announced this week it has established a security zone around the wreckage and debris field of the Deepwater Horizon.
The presidential commission investigating the April 20 Deepwater Horizon rig explosion that killed 11 workers and set off a months-long, uninterrupted spill of oil into the Gulf of Mexico said Thursday that both Halliburton and BP knew weeks before the catastrophe that the cement mixture used to seal the bottom of the well was unstable, yet they went ahead with the job.
Retired Lafayette Police Maj. Glen Dartez is off the hook. District Attorney Mike Harson says he will not file charges against Dartez, who earlier this year failed to render help to a woman who later died allegedly from injuries sustained in a domestic dispute.
A campaign to prevent bullying kicks off Thursday with a series of public services announcements on local airwaves as well as the launch of an anti-bullying hotline and website.
City-Parish President Joey Durel is asking Lafayette Housing Authority board member Leon Simmons to step down after learning of Simmons’ aggressive action toward local media at the LHA office Monday morning.
For the first time in more than two decades, Social Security is doling out more in benefits than it’s collecting from payrolls — and candidates in the 3rd Congressional District are coming to blows over the issue.
With just one week to go until the general elections, the Louisiana Republican Party will host a star-studded event Tuesday that looks suspiciously like a conservative pep rally.
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