Brandon Scott Lavergne has sent a hand-written letter to a judge asking him to void the two guilty pleas he plead last August. Lavergne plead guilty to the high-profile investigation of the disappearance and murder of UL student Mickey Sh
More than two million dollars worth of work is planned during the next two years at the courthouse on Buchanan Street. The Director of Public Works says a big reason for these renovations is for safety and security issues with the courtho
Senator David Vitter hosted an open house at his new Acadiana regional office this morning. In his excitement to introduce Louisianians to his new Lafayette office, he backed up his argument in calling Senator Harry Reid of Nevada "a
People living in Bayou Corne want the White House to step in and help save their community.
They've started a petition online asking for the President to declare the area a federal disaster zone and send in federal aid.
We are now months into UL's new Student Union project. The project is now in it's demolition stages. UL's Director of Facility Management says tearing down is not as affected by weather as new construction would be, so t