While the Guillory administration is confident the situation will resolve, it’s unclear how — and how soon.
After endorsing Davante Lewis, the party ultimately threw its weight behind Lewis’s pro-industry opponent.
Between 1958 and 2012, according to the 2014 National Climate Assessment, the amount of rain falling in the biggest storms grew by 37 percent in the Midwest, 27 percent in the South, and 71 percent in the Northeast. Do last century’s weather records still hold water? Some researchers have concluded they don’t.
Gov. John Bel Edwards called legislators into a special session to address Louisiana’s worsening insurance crisis. Top officials say thousands could lose homes without a fix.
Nearly 40 years into an effort to clean up America’s most polluted river, Lafayette is rebuilding its relationship with Bayou Vermilion.
We’ve seen promise all over our community, including efforts to tackle Lafayette’s mountain of blighted properties, its mounting fentanyl deaths, food insecurity and more.
Sub-freezing temperatures are expected throughout Acadiana and Louisiana Thursday night through Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Lake Charles. Temperatures are forecast to drop into the 20s Thursday and Friday night.
Looking back, we uncovered a program plagued with problems: conflicts of interest, disregard for public accountability processes and a lack of proven need or efficacy.
Volunteer-led groups, convened by Parish Proud, have made a big impact in cleaning up Lafayette litter.
Lafayette’s Josh Edmond is a shining example of what it means to take ownership of your community — one piece of trash at a time.
For a flood project, LCG targeted land that was easy to get — because it was repped by City-Parish Attorney Greg Logan.
Without taking this extra step, the signs can take about 20 years to decompose in a local landfill.