Gov. Bobby Jindal’s recent rhetoric against President Barack Obama has failed to boost his standing among the conservative base.

While two medical marijuana bills are slated for the upcoming legislative session, what some Louisianans might not know is that the plant was approved for therapeutic use by state lawmakers in 1991.

cormier carouselTwo Lafayette men have been revealed by police as the infamous duo behind a caper that shook our fair city to its core.

The Lafayette Parish School Board has received a second letter of demand related to last year’s insurance debacle, this time from Key Benefit Administrators claiming it’s owed $93,000 from the school system.

The Louisiana coastline is vanishing faster than mappers can keep track.

A bill that would have overridden local ordinances prohibiting public and private employers from discriminating against lesbian, gay and transgender people has been pulled within less than a week of being filed.

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Conservatives have been losing their minds over this satirical bit on the Colbert Report.

The Lafayette Parish School Board leaves a lot to be desired, but is scrapping the election process in favor of an appointed board the answer?

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The circumstances surrounding the Jan. 26 fire of the 18,000-square-foot home on Verot School Road seemed strange, but what's even more bizarre is the back-story behind owner Ralph Wadleigh.

Choice cuts from Acadiana's news media for Friday, Feb. 28, 2014:

Al Berard, the gifted Cajun musician and music producer who died suddenly Wednesday following an aneurysm, will be buried following a Mass Saturday in Cecilia.

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