Walls, 27, who was killed after being struck by a drunk driver, was a rising star in civic and nonprofit circles.
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What did Eddie know about the bid-rigging?
Cynthia Fierro Harvey had the unenviable assignment of presiding over a vote that she opposed and one that will likely spell the end of the UMC.
Jerod Prunty and his “roommate” were arrested after a 17-month investigation uncovered evidence that they may be involved in a sprawling human trafficking ring in Lafayette Parish.
As Louisiana Republicans pressure Steve Scalise to reconsider a run for governor, the white supremacist who invited him to speak at his hate group conference- and then lied about it- is sentenced to five years behind bars.
Whatever the merits of the original arguments in favor of Zulu wearing blackface, black makeup, or whatever euphemism you prefer, time has passed them by. Satire, too, must grow and evolve.
The bold decision to dedicate an official marker in Pineville, Louisiana honoring William Tecumseh Sherman.
A special thanks to Jon Favreau, Tommy Vietor, and Jon Lovett for speaking with us about state, regional, and national politics; the jungle primary, Beto, the environment, and, of course, Roger Goodelll.
The state’s athletic association lifts a rule requiring social security numbers after an outcry by educators and activists
A day before he was elected to Congress, Ralph Abraham appeared on the Jim Engster Show to discuss his six-figure promise to charity.
Abraham’s answers severely undermine every explanation his campaign now offers as an excuse.