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.
Lafayette Woman Behind Statewide Prostitution Ring
Pan Lan Ma was the ringleader who kept her employees hostage in less-than-favorable conditions by withholding their passports.
No Free City Bus Service For UL Lafayette Students
UL Lafayette will lease the buses for $10,240 a year.
School Zone Phone Ban Can’t Be Enforced In Lafayette Until Schools Buy Signage
State police spokesperson Brooks David says the law won’t be enforced until then.
Ossun Elementary Teachers Unveil Awesome New Music Video [Video]
The group is at it again — but this time, with a motivational music video for students called "Super Gator."
Lafayette School Board Could End Up In Federal Court
Cajundome Director Greg Davis is threatening to file suit against LPSB if it doesn't drop its investigation into the superintendent and fix its budget issues.
Drivers: Read This List Of New State Roadway Laws
New state laws taking effect Aug. 1 should impact behavior on Louisiana's roadways.
Lafayette Police Seeking Armed Robbery Suspects
Mouton says it’s not known whether the incident is related to an armed robbery that happened an hour before at a convenience store in the 100 block of Gloria Switch Road.
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.
UPDATE: Man Wanted In Bourbon Street Shootings Turns Himself In
20-year-old Justin Odom was booked on an unrelated charge.