Lanie Lee Cook
Durel To Move Forward With Negotiating Four Corners Purchase
The City-Parish Council last night gave its blessing for the administration to explore the property’s purchase, but not until Durel’s initial proposal was stripped down.
Hearing Date Scheduled For Lafayette Superintendent Pat Cooper
Board members will also receive a draft of attorney Dennis Blunt's investigative report.
Old Federal Courthouse, Four Corners Could Get Upgrades — Lafayette Live
Durel will ask the City-Parish Council to support opening negotiations with the LPTFA at Tuesday's meeting.
Greg Davis Files Restraining Order Against Lafayette Board Members
The board will soon vote on formal charges against its superintendent.
Curious Goods Lawyer Found Guilty In Synthetic Marijuana Scheme
Daniel Stanford was found guilty for his role in the conspiracy.
High-Profile Pathologist To Review Victor White III’s Autopsy Report
Michael Baden recently performed an independent autopsy on Michael Brown, the unarmed teenager shot dead by police in Ferguson, Missouri.
Victor White’s Autopsy Report Conflicts With Police Account
State Police Spokesperson Brooks David of Troop I says the case is still under investigation.
Cell Phones Remain Banned From Lafayette’s K-12 Campuses
A proposal to lighten restrictions on the cell phone ban failed in a 4-5 vote.
No Free City Bus Service For UL Lafayette Students
UL Lafayette will lease the buses for $10,240 a year.
Should Elected Officials Be Required To Take A Constitution Test?
One council member compared the idea to post-Civil War literacy tests required for black voters.
Seemingly Ageless Woman’s Diet Is Her Fountain Of Youth
Can you guess her age? And can you guess what she eliminates from her diet?
Lafayette Teachers Waiting On New Materials
A $2.4 million request for instructional materials and student workbooks hangs in limbo.
Man Convicted For Incest Attempts Suicide In Courtroom
The convicted criminal used a razor to slit his throat and wrists.
Drivers: Read This List Of New State Roadway Laws
New state laws taking effect Aug. 1 should impact behavior on Louisiana's roadways.
Registration Begins This Week For Lafayette Schools
The registration dates are for students attending a new school or who need to sign up for new services before the school year.
Cyclists To Memorialize Hit-And-Run Victim In Silent Ride
The 11-mile ride starts at 5 p.m. at Corner Bar in Youngsville and finishes at Mermentau Road at Highway 92.
UPDATE: Man Wanted In Bourbon Street Shootings Turns Himself In
20-year-old Justin Odom was booked on an unrelated charge.
Lafayette School Board Considers Cuts To Cover $23 Million Deficit
Critical programs involving wellness and alternative discipline at Lafayette Parish schools could be compromised.
Inmate Beaten; Four Lafayette Deputies Arrested
The inmate required hospitalization for several days, according to Louisiana State Police.
Lafayette Airport Director Resigns Suddenly Following “Incident”
Airport Board Chairman Matt Cruse released a statement Monday saying the incident had nothing to do with passenger safety or airport operations, but it is under investigation.