• National spelling bee ends in a tie; Hastert wrong-doing still a mystery; FIFA's president faces a challenge and more national and international news for Friday, May 29, 2015 ...
  • The attorney and executive director of the Upper Lafayette Economic Development Foundation joins a field of three vying to replace term-limited Rep. Joel Robideaux ...
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Acadiana is set to kick of its “30 Years • 30 Men • 30 Days” campaign in June and is seeking qualified mentors ...
  • Gov. Bobby Jindal submitted an overloaded construction budget proposal with $258 million more in projects than Louisiana has money to spend and the House Ways and Means Committee loaded up the bill even further Tuesday, adding millions more in road work ...
  • UL System President Woodley has fallen victim to the psychological phenomenon. Can she recover? ...
  • A proposal to help pay for Louisiana to expand its Medicaid program if the state’s next governor is interested in tapping into the billions of federal dollars available continues to zip through the Legislature ...
  • The Daily Advertiser got one thing right with this morning’s cover story, “The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Race: 4 Candidates, 3 Big Issues." There are four candidates running ...
The New York Times has a story about Amede Ardoin, and it's a good one. Also today, Elliott speaks of the "kerfuffle" and why can't Americans understand satire? ...

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Federal judge rules February 2012 comments by the alleged mastermind behind a scheme to bribe officials in former DA Mike Harson’s office can be used in June 8 trial ...
National spelling bee ends in a tie; Hastert wrong-doing still a mystery; FIFA's president faces a challenge and more national and international news for Friday, May 29, 2015 ...
The attorney and executive director of the Upper Lafayette Economic Development Foundation joins a field of three vying to replace term-limited Rep. Joel Robideaux ...
After nationwide search, Opelousas hospital board selects Alabama native, who takes over post July 1. ...
Fallout from the oil spill that left Gulf Coast beaches smeared with gooey tar balls and scared away visitors in 2010 is being credited, oddly, with something no one imagined back then: An increase in tourism in the region ...
“People in Boston think of their city as a major tech hub. But to see a dynamic broadband Internet market in action, you’re better off heading to Cajun country.&rdquo ...
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