• Sen. Barbara Mikulski won't run again; Georgia delays executing woman; Russians mourn Nemtsov and more national and international news for Tuesday, March 3, 2015.
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    In her more than 20-year career, Festival International de Louisiane's Thursday headliner has gained worldwide recognition as the queen of Afropop.
  • As Zachary Richard prepares an epic, multi-media celebration of the Acadians’ arrival in Louisiana 250 years ago, a younger generation of Cajun masters, Feufollet, sets sail for a new musical shore.
  • Has the extraordinary release of documents in the Seth Fontenot murder trial really served the public interest and — more important — his right to a fair trial?
  • Voters who want to see JoDu’s important initiatives completed or broadened will favor his right-hand man in the race to replace him.
  • Pitcher Jordan Wallace is giving fans something extra to pull for this season.
  • The farm to table movement has become quite popular these days, making touting the use of locally grown foods a relatively widespread restaurant and grocer marketing tool.
  • Fashion and music meet from La. to L.A.
  • The red carpet in Hollywood wasn’t the only one that rolled out for the Oscars Feb. 22. Ruffino’s on the River hosted a glam affair complete with red carpet, sparkling table décor and a wine dinner fit for an award.
  • Whether you’re planning a traditional, boho or beach wedding, you’ll be inspired for your big day at the 18th annual Bridal Show sponsored by IND Media.
Buzz says Jindal's more worried about Grover than he is about us - and he ain't wrong about that! Also today in La La Land, we find out what happened to Chris Rose, and there's a scary conspiracy going on over in Washington Parish.

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Buzz says Jindal's more worried about Grover than he is about us - and he ain't wrong about that! Also today in La La Land, we find out what happened to Chris Rose, and there's a scary conspiracy going on over in Washington Parish.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's budget hasn't eased concerns that Louisiana's colleges could face steep cuts next year because the proposal relies on financing plans that appear far from certain to gain passage with lawmakers.
As Zachary Richard prepares an epic, multi-media celebration of the Acadians’ arrival in Louisiana 250 years ago, a younger generation of Cajun masters, Feufollet, sets sail for a new musical shore.
In a close vote, a New Orleans flood protection board has refused to abandon its appeal of the dismissal of a coastal erosion lawsuit against oil, gas and pipeline companies.
Longtime Onebane attorney opening Ogletree Deakins satellite office in Lafayette.
There were 500 more rigs in production this time last year.