|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!
Justin Stelly adds zest to his Saint Street kitchen in this third installment of filmmaker Stephen Meaux’s food documentary series.
Over the last four days of the trial against attorney Daniel Stanford, there’s been one notable absence from Judge Elizabeth Foote’s courtroom: attorney Bill Goode.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees and wide receiver Nick Toon are not on the same page yet, and time is running short for Toon to get it right.
U.S. Rep. Vance McAllister started his sign-up for re-election the same as other candidates, filling out paperwork and handing over qualifying money. But he finished it like no other, doused with ice.
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That’s what Lafayette Parish has obtained in Pentagon surplus since 2006.
Qualifying continues through Friday.
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The political tilt of the Senate during President Barack Obama's final two years in office is likely to hinge on a handful of female contenders in tight and costly races.
A former BP executive will be allowed to travel to the United Kingdom later this month while he awaits trial on charges relating to an investigation of the 2010 Gulf oil spill.
“Byzantine” is the word members of the nominating committee for the local flood protection authority often use to describe the complicated, multi-layered matrix of qualifications that must be met to fill a vacancy on that board.
Corned beef, melty cheese and rye bread ready for your lunchtime breakaway
Friends and family will celebrate Spider's life in September.
Saints safety Jairus Byrd has rarely been so eager to hit and be hit, if only to reassure himself that his surgically repaired back is as healed as doctors believe.
Jindal privatized nearly all the LSU hospitals without waiting for federal officials to sign off on financing arrangements that rely on millions of federal Medicaid dollars.
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu and her main Republican challenger, Congressman Bill Cassidy, verbally sparred as they officially signed up on the opening day of qualifying for Louisiana's November election.
Superintendent tells crowd he'd just emerged from a four-hour meeting with the attorney hired to investigate him.
A hint of game day glam
The start of the three-day qualifying period for November’s elections has so far yielded 10 official bids and one new announcement from candidates seeking a seat on the school board.
The eagerness shown earlier this week by Lafayette Parish School Board president Hunter Beasley upon receiving a findings report from the special attorney investigating Superintendent Pat Cooper quickly faded once his fellow board members started asking for copies.
It’s been just over four months since attorney Barry Domingue committed suicide the morning before he was to stand trial for a second day in the federal Curious Goods case, leaving his fellow attorney/co-defendant Daniel Stanford with a temporary mistrial and awaiting his day in court.
Candidates for Louisiana's Nov. 4 election must officially sign up for the ballot this week.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's effort to derail Louisiana's use of the Common Core education standards was halted Tuesday by a state judge who said the governor's actions were harmful to parents, teachers and students.
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram isn't letting a humbling start to his pro career lower his opinion of what he can still accomplish in the NFL.
A vegan and gluten-free bakery tasty enough for any skeptic