The LPSB voted 6-3 to accept charges against Superintendent Pat Cooper and pave the way for his upcoming termination hearing.

The timing of U.S. District Judge Richard Haik's semi-retirement paves the way for a Dem, and perhaps the first African American, to serve the Western District.

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After months of clamoring for Superintendent Pat Cooper’s job, the LPSB will get its chance this afternoon to get the ball rolling with a special meeting at 2:30 p.m.

About a week after mistakenly using a Twitter hashtag for the Cincinnati Bengals to wish the New Orleans Saints good luck, the Cassidy camp refers to the EPA as the “Energy Protection Agency.”

coroner carouselWhen we got the emergency-meeting agenda via email today we thought, “Hmmm ... cooler on the blink ... coroner ... corpses ... this could be bad.”

The attorney representing LPSB member Mark Cockerham in a lawsuit calling for the vacancy of his District 7 seat is questioning an attempt to expedite the process.

The high-profile nature of the OWI scandal in the 15th Judicial District Attorney’s Office may result in a venue change for the upcoming trial of Robert Williamson.

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If Joe Riley is as indecisive on the bench as he was about what office he would seek, we’ll all be in big trouble.

fed up carousel"Ask your friends and neighbors in law enforcement and they’ll tell you who to vote for, and that person is Keith Stutes, our next DA."

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Robert Minjarez Jr. was a drug addict, but that’s not what killed him, according to a recently released autopsy by the Lafayette Parish Coroner, which shows his death resulted from the forceful manner in which he was arrested March 2.

Louisiana State Police has submitted the findings of its investigation into the in-custody death of Victor White III to the 16th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.

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