U.S. Rep. Vance McAllister has evidently been outed as something less than the family-values Christian he portrayed himself as when he campaigned last year.

Rep. Joel Robideaux’s House Bill 862 will rob parish governments of the ability to sue the oil and gas industry for permit violations.

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On Sunday, April 13, Lafayette attorney Clé Simon and his wife Kathy will host a memorial and celebration of the life of fellow attorney Barry L. Domingue, who took his own life last week in the midst of a criminal trial charging him with conspiracy in the Curious Goods synthetic marijuana case.

Some Louisiana lawmakers are fearing for their safety, according to this report from the Advocate, and that fear has prompted a bill from Sen. Bret Allain to allow legislators to pack heat within the walls of the Capitol.

A St. Landry Parish man serving a life sentence for a murder he committed as a teenager has asked for a review of his sentence, according to this report from Eunice Today.

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Green Army claims state Rep. Joel Robideaux is dodging calls from his constituents who want answers on why he’s become a “waterboy” for the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association.

Oil and gas interests have no better friend in Baton Rouge than the combative Sen. Adley


Defendant in Curious Goods synthetic marijuana case shot himself in the head Wednesday morning.

Owners of the pit bull that viciously attacked and killed 4-year-old Mia Derouen in Houma last week have lawyered up, leaving local police frustrated and with few answers.

A Lafayette Parish man with a sick fetish was arrested Wednesday for allegedly standing buck naked in his doorway in full frontal view of children waiting for the school bus.

More than a year after his longtime assistant admitted to her role in a bribery scheme that went on within earshot of his office for four years, D.A. Mike Harson says he’s sorry.

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