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On the Move
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Mozilla Fund on to Next Step
Robideaux Pursues Plans for a UL/Downtown Bus Loop
Lafayette Dealerships Flock to ‘Auto Row’
Crawling from the Wreckage
Port Activity Offsets Some Energy Losses
TEDx hits a sophomore stride
Robideaux Faces Down a ‘Monument of Indecision’
What Waitr’s Explosive Growth Means for Lafayette
Following the Third Circuit Money
Lyft On Its Way to Lafayette
MOST READ IN 2016
Business of Politics
From Sprint to Quagmire
Angele Davis confirms interest in treasurer’s job
For Scott Angelle, it’s complicated
CSI: Baton Rouge
THE BUSINESS OF POLITICS
Picard Group taps Alexander for D.C. office
Oil & Gas
People / Flashes
1A to host Entree to Business Breakfast
Christiaan Mader acquiring, relaunching The Current
Sunland’s former IT manager admits to illegally pocketing $2.7 million
Edwards, Musk meet on potential Tesla deal in La.
Top 50 luncheon to benefit Moncus Park
Metal Shark wins $54M U.S. Navy contract
MAIS OUI: Turning a Page
A Parish Divided
Half a Penny for Lafayette Parish Public Schools?
It’s a New Era at IND Media
Acadiana's Growing Tourism Portfolio
Stick a Fork In It
Acrimony over Ambassador Town Center flares again
Former LPD ‘Serpico’ officer’s firing upheld
Lafayette attorney faces forgery charge
Local firm earns windfall off BP spill
Duson biz owner gets year in prison for tax evasion
Death by fritter? Local donut shop sued over fatal allergic reaction
ABA Journal takes a hard look at the cost of criticizing judges
Dec. 13, 2016
Using a local case, the ABA Journal raises serious concerns about the repercussions for attorneys who allege judicial misconduct ...
Former Eunice police chief ordered to pay $20K for defamation
Dec. 9, 2016
A Louisiana appeals court overturned a district judge’s ruling and agreed that Ronald Dies defamed the owners of a Eunice wrecker service ...
On Second Thought
Nov. 15, 2016
State supreme court rules in favor of Acadiana man imprisoned on illegal sentence ...
Briana Drescher joins Preis PLC
Nov. 1, 2016
She obtained her juris doctorate degree, magna cum laude, and two bachelor of arts degrees from LSU in 2016 and 2013, respectively ...
Rayne native paralyzed by 18-wheeler awarded $30M
Oct. 31, 2016
Lafayette Parish jury finds R+L Carriers solely responsible for man’s injuries, awarding what may be the highest verdict in parish history ...
Former LPD officer’s suspension upheld
Oct. 12, 2016
Nolvey Stelly was disciplined in 2013 for failing to show up for a fitness-for-duty examination ...
What’s the future of Moreno’s BR property?
Oct. 7, 2016
ABiz source says Mike Moreno has been working with his longtime business partner, Kevin Moody, to buy the property from Goldman Sachs ...
Feeling the (sun) burn
Sept. 26, 2016
Louisiana’s cap on solar tax credits leaves taxpayers hot and bothered ...
Russell Manuel secures his plea deal in Knight Oil case
Sept. 16, 2016
The former Knight Oil Tools employee whose threats to an ex-coworker broke the case wide open will testify against his alleged co-conspirators ...
Sept. 16, 2016
All told, Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope’s legal defense has cost the city dearly as it’s grown appellate and criminal branches ...
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women who mean business
While the members of this diverse group of Acadiana women can’t all say they were firsts, each of them has contributed to our community in ways too countless to capture in 500-word profiles ...