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Braxton Leblanc May Be Required to Serve Longer Sentence
That's after he admitted in court that he killed three people, all passengers in a car that he was driving drunk.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
Heavy Fabrication Shapes Up to Meet Demand for Natural Gas
Chart Energy & Chemicals installed an Avenger 3 plasma precision shape cutting machine from ESAB that added new beveling and marking capabilities and enabled the shop to slash its processing times, increase its capacity, and eliminate a second shift.
Investigation into possible missing funds
The city of St. Martinville is conducting an investigation into possible missing funds.
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Review: Phantom Vibrations
There is something mysterious about Brian Guidry's abstract paintings. Most of the abstract art we encounter is associated with modernist ideas, but Guidy's paintings contain hints of things ancient, or at least antique, that couldn't be more different from the existential gravitas of abstract expressionism, the sardonic aura of pop or the ... (more)
Tue Apr 22, 2014
New Iberia needs new pool, tax: Mayor Curry
The pool in New Iberia City Park will open this summer; despite budget setbacks.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
St. Landry invasion suspect dies in attack
St. Landry Parish investigators are awaiting the results of an autopsy that could explain why a man died last week as they say he wielded a cane knife and attacked a woman in her home.
Driver killed in fiery crash
A late night weekend crash in Iberia Parish left one man dead. The accident happened around ten o'clock Saturday night at the intersection of Highway 90 and Highway 675.
Acadiana police briefs for April 21, 2014
State troopers are looking for a vehicle they believe was involved in a fatal crash Saturday night on U.S. 90 in Iberia Parish.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
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Engagement: Jennifer Montgomery & Theodore Williams
The couple will be united in Holy Matrimony on Saturday, May 24, 2014 at the Cathedral of St. John in Lafayette.
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State troopers are looking for a vehicle they believe was involved in a Saturday night fatal crash on U.S. 90 in Iberia Parish.
The Town Talk
Family and friends celebrated this milestone occasion with an open house hosted by their children at the Clarius family home.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Lafayette police briefs for April 20, 2014
Lafayette police on Friday arrested a 21-year-old man accused of stealing a man's cellphone and money in the 5700 block of Johnston Street, then trying to force the victim to go to an ATM and withdraw money, a police spokesman said.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Our Views: On rights, and sense
Maybe it's a trifle early, but can we declare something of an outbreak of common sense on the issue of gun rights in Louisiana? We say that because of two sensible decisions recently in the Legislature, which has, too often, shown a desire for guns galore in places where firearms are dangerous.
Fight Like a Girl Benefit May 10-11th
There will be a benefit for Amy Hebert Buteaux who has been diagnosed with Renal Cancer.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Teche shareholders to vote on IberiaBank merger
Teche Holding Co. shareholders will decide whether to approve IberiaBank Corp. 's acquisition of the smaller company during a special shareholders meeting at 11:30 a.m. May 28 at Teche's corporate headquarters in New Iberia.
House kills bill to remove anti-sodomy law in La.
Rep. Patricia Smith, D-Baton Rouge, sought to remove consensual sex between people of the same sex from Louisiana's crimes against nature law.
Bill to allow teachers to carry guns stalls
Legislation that would allow teachers and school administrators to carry guns on campuses swiftly ran into problems Wednesday during its first committee outing.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Notes from the Louisiana Legislature's regular session
A Kenner lawmaker is back with his attempt to reduce the number of incidents of dogs falling or jumping from the back of moving vehicles.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
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Acadian history should be unearthed before it is too late to find it
Blackpot has become one of my favorite music and culture events in Acadiana, and coming back this year to cover the festival and its variety of sights and sounds was great.
Bill gives prison time for pointing lasers at planes
Intentionally projecting a laser at a plane or in its flight path in Louisiana could land a person in jail, under a bill that won the unanimous support Monday of the House.