|Jake Long, Cyndle Rowe, Chelsea Rowe, Leacy Rowe and John Aycock
|Ashley Daray, Tommy Badeaux, Tarah Duffy and Stacy Beck
|Craig Maldonado, Bob Derise, Corinne Coakley, Derrick Newman, Britt Richard and Gianni Pusateri
|Hordes of fans engulf the Superdome
|James Gautreaux and Kat Varino
|Todd Lambert and John Storment
|Scott and Laura Miller
The New Orleans Saints. What a season it’s been so far. Many of us have had a long-standing love/hate relationship with them for years, but it seems that after all of the thrown remote controls and hoarseness from screaming at the television, we finally have a team that’s making history for all the right reasons. Not that we weren’t always proud of our boys, but they are sure making it easier this season. Who can ever forget the role the Saints played in giving New Orleans, and Louisiana, something to cheer for post-Katrina. We are still one of only five NFL teams to never make it to a Superbowl, and it is looking like this is definitely the year that it can happen. Seeing as there are so many fans from Lafayette out there supporting the team at every home game (who wouldn’t want to spend some time in the great Crescent City?), I thought it would be nice to post some pics of them enjoying themselves at the game. Geaux Saints! All Party Girl wants this holiday season is a black and gold Superbowl!
Thousands of people who bought health insurance through the marketplace created by the federal health care overhaul face price hikes next year that could top 10 percent.
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The city prosecutor has released the case file for Lafayette Parish School Board member Tehmi Chassion’s simple battery complaint against Superintendent Pat Cooper, and the seven witness statements given to police illustrate two very different scenarios.
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Louisiana fell one spot in an annual national ranking of child well-being that looks at poverty, education and health access.
A federal judge has decided he doesn't need to hear more arguments in the case of a gay couple who want a Louisiana marriage license.
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New details in the case against the man arrested for last week’s bomb threat and bank robbery has surfaced, including a MidSouth Bank surveillance video showing the alleged suspect attempt an early-morning bank robbery.
Citing conflicting witness accounts, the city prosecutor will not pursue Tehmi Chassion’s allegation of simple battery against Superintendent Pat Cooper.
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Cirque du Soleil effortlessly combines circus art with beloved Michael Jackson hits.
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Parents and teachers who support the Common Core education standards sued Gov. Bobby Jindal Tuesday over his actions against the multi-state standards, accusing him of illegally meddling in education policy.
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An arrest was announced this morning in connection with last week’s bomb scare at UL Lafayette.
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As a requirement for running for Congress in the 6th District, former Gov. Edwin Edwards has filed his financial disclosure statement with the U.S. House showing his income in 2013 totaling $242,787.
Unlike those swindled by Bernie Madoff, the victims of Texas businessman Robert Allen Stanford’s Ponzi scheme won’t be getting any relief from the Securities Investor Protection Corp.’s emergency fund after a recent appellate court ruling.
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It would be an understatement to say Schumacher Group had a challenging year in 2013.
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Even when Floyd Degueyter is on “vacation” he’s hard at work.
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