Silver Fox leads with 43 percent of the vote, followed by Republican Dan Claitor at 20.3 percent.

Lafayette Parish School Board member Greg Awbrey will have some competition come election season.

Choice cuts from Acadiana's news media for Friday, March 21, 2014:

“These were typical campaign workers who were promised employment and he just put them anywhere he wanted.” 

The city-parish president will host a series of town hall meetings with parish residents beginning Tuesday.

sabine carousel2The public school system in this Bible Belt parish in west Louisiana decided not to fight a lawsuit accusing it of unconstitutional religious practices.

David Dismukes, author of the often-cited study on the impact of legacy lawsuits on Louisiana’s oil and gas industry, will appear Tuesday as a panelist for LSU’s Economic Outlook Forum, but will Dismukes address what's been dubbed a “fatally flawed” study by some of his academic peers?

Ethics Board attorneys say recovering all of Gachassin’s financial gains, plus additional fines, is the only way to deter bad behavior.

According to Louisiana Oil and Gas Association Vice President Gifford Briggs, at least one member of the Acadiana legislative delegation will be going to bat for Big Oil during this year’s session.

“Louisiana should strive for a campaign finance reporting and enforcement system that promotes compliance, sets a high ethical standard and provides clear procedures that are practical, consistent and transparent.”

Lafayette Police say two men have submitted themselves to custody in connection with the harrowing caper of last week.

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