David Vitter has picked up a challenger in the Republican primary for his U.S. Senate seat.
A distinguished coastal scientist, Dr. Robert Twilley, has been named the new vice president for research at UL, pending approval by the University of Louisiana System.
By late morning Friday, the final day for qualifying, six candidates had registered to run in the October election for school board.
Facing off with reporters Wednesday for the first time since stories broke that his former aide was assigned to handle women's issues even after being charged with assault for attacking his ex-girlfriend with a knife in 2008, Vitter flatly denied that was the case.
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the government’s effort to reinstate the six-month drilling moratorium while the legal battle over U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman’s June 22 ruling that overturned the ban continues.
LUS' fiber network should reach every resident within the city limits by mid-August.
City-Parish Councilman Purvis Morrison qualified on Wednesday to run in the October election for mayor of Scott.
Following weeks of rumors and speculation regarding his interest in joining the school board, Cajundome Director Greg Davis has "taken the plunge," qualifying today to run for the District 2 seat being vacated by board President Carl LaCombe.
Larry Caillier Jr. pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of receiving child pornography.
U.S. Sen. David Vitter ought not qualify for re-election this week. Instead, after serving out his term, he should slink away in shame.
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