A kickoff celebration was held during Thursday’s Business After Hours for the sixth annual EatLafayette campaign, which promotes dining at locally owned eateries.
LUS Fiber has announced a highly-anticipated upgrade to its cable service: a new digital cable operating system developed by Microsoft touted as the answer to the state-of-the-art television features LUS has long promised.
British Petroleum CEO Tony Hayward, in opening remarks before Congress, leans heavily on the much-ballyhooed ad that has been running on television.
The relief well considered the best chance at stopping the flow of oil into the Gulf of Mexico is ahead of schedule and could reach its target within a month.
Acadiana Open Channel will be in a new home in the Rosa Parks Transportation Center next year.
A bill that will establish a uniform grading system for public schools in Louisiana was adopted 89-3 in a House concurrent vote on Wednesday.
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Led by an Acadiana lawmaker, it took a Senate committee only a few minutes late Tuesday afternoon to approve a set of subpoenas for Transocean officials.
Now we’re getting somewhere. The Los Angeles Times reports that international fingerprints are all over the BP crude disaster, and a polluted nexus of maritime law, world finance and corporate shenanigans had the Marshall Islands largely responsible for oversight of the Deepwater Horizon’s operations.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's latest requests from President Obama and the federal government involve approval of a seafood safety plan developed by his administration.
Lafayette Consolidated Government’s legal department is recommending that LCG execute a contract with a pair of attorneys practicing at a Kansas City, Mo., firm to challenge the National Cable Television Cooperative’s suit.
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