The New Yorker tells the story of one of Louisiana's death row residents, and it's worth reading. Also today, CB thinks Bobby circumvented the law, and Lamar takes issue with the Nixon-esque slogan ...

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Billy Joel sets record for Madison Square Garden concerts; Iowa Catholics to pressure candidates on climate change and income; Greece braces for more chaos and more national and international news for Thursday, July 2, 2015 ...
When it comes to the people caught up in our criminal justice system, the first 24 hours are the most crucial. From the second a person is locked behind bars, a countdown is underway for them to get released from jail in 24 hours or less ...
More than a decade ago, Joey Durel and Terry Huval set off on a risky trek — bringing fiber tele-com to Lafayette. The city embraced the journey and has been on a promising trajectory since ...
Taxable sales in Lafayette Parish hit the $2 billion mark through April, keeping pace with last year’s tally ...
Hundreds of local employees will be impacted over the next 18 months by Chevron's decision to consolidate its Gulf operations in Covington ...
Troy Cloutier follows in the footsteps of his father Rusty Cloutier as president of MidSouth Bank ...

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