Suspended Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope has entered yet another written plea of not guilty a day before his arraignment for his newest Lafayette Parish
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A representative for T.M. Landry College Preparatory in Breaux Bridge says changes are coming to the school two weeks after allegations of false records and abuse were brought to light.
Testimony continued today in the Bayou Bridge Pipeline eminent domain lawsuit in the 16th Judicial District Court in St. Martin Parish.
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Archbishop Gregory Aymond on Friday released the names of clergy who were removed from ministry after facing accusations that they sexually abused minors. In a
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We have new information involving the suspension of a UL sorority and fraternity.
The Legislative Auditor released their investigative audit of Jeanerette last week, and it notes several possible violations of state law. The audit indicates that at
We now have new information on the UL fraternity and sorority suspended last week.
Suspended Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope has entered a written plea of not guilty ahead of his arraignment next week for his recent Lafayette Parish