Russel Honoré, the retired U.S. Army general known for his role in restoring order to New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and most recently for his involvement in the Green Army movement to stop environmental abuses of Louisiana, has now weighed in on the police response to protestors in Ferguson, Mo.
More than three dozen restaurants, bars, convenience stores and supermarkets in Lafayette Parish are facing fines in connection with the state office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control’s 2014 “Summer Crackdown.”
A Lafayette physician died Tuesday from injuries sustained in a cycling accident, marking the second fatality reported in recent weeks involving an Acadiana cyclist.
Thirty-year-old Devin Haywood of Lafayette is facing one count of using a facility in interstate commerce to willfully make a threat or maliciously convey false information and one count of attempted bank robbery.
An application for a water discharge permit from Multi-Chem — a company with a troubled past — has sparked protests from Vermilion Parish residents.
According to many observers, the scandal-scarred McAllister is the only vulnerable incumbent in the state’s House delegation.
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport has rejected a bid by a national women’s rights group to place a billboard within the airport highlighting Louisiana’s poor record on equality.
District Attorney Mike Harson says unless a victim comes forward, his office will not launch an investigation into recently uncovered allegations of sexual abuse by a priest from the Diocese of Lafayette.
Daily Advertiser reports that 20-year-old who took his life in a hotel near the French Quarter after allegedly shooting a friend was set to go to trial today in Lafayette on a cyber stalking charge.
The application is for a preliminary injunction hearing to bring an end to the stalemate over this year’s budget approval process.