Watch it while you can, because although this Buddha & The Pests music video is presented as comprising public-use, fair domain and original images/footage, we can’t imagine it won’t be yanked off YouTube soon.

Former Lafayette City-Parish Councilman Chris Williams will have to return to the drawing board before his wages lawsuit against the Lafayette Housing Authority can proceed, according to a Monday morning ruling by Judge Edward Broussard of the 15th Judicial District.

A new audit says Gov. Bobby Jindal's push to privatize all but one of the LSU-run hospitals across south Louisiana would cost the state $42 million for layoff costs.

Brennan's, a New Orleans restaurant that famously invented the Bananas Foster dessert six decades ago, is more recently known for a long-running family clash over ownership of the French Quarter eatery.

The 29-member commission supports policies centered on marriage and families.

LSU AgCenter Associate Vice Chancellor Rogers Leonard says the new rules likely will increase producers' costs for production.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, became the first potential 2016 presidential candidate this year to visit New Hampshire unofficially kicking off the state's presidential primary season roughly 2½ years before voting begins.

Two Louisiana news organizations are asking a judge to punish LSU's Board of Supervisors for not releasing documents related the university's presidential search.

XBR_budgetAfter days of closed-door negotiations, the Louisiana House backed a nearly $25 billion budget Friday that deeply diverges from spending plans recommended by Gov. Bobby Jindal.

The governor's office announced that Jindal, considered a potential 2016 White House contender, traveled to the important presidential primary state Friday to raise dollars for the New Hampshire Republican state Senate.


Duo serving as executive director and director of planning and design, respectively.

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