Lanie Lee Cook
Drunk Driver Booked For Vehicular Homicide
Neither man was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash.
Lafayette Teachers Waiting On New Materials
A $2.4 million request for instructional materials and student workbooks hangs in limbo.
School Zone Phone Ban Can’t Be Enforced Until Schools Buy Signage
State police spokesperson Brooks David says the law won’t be enforced until then.
Ossun Elementary Teachers Unveil New Music Video
The group is at it again — but this time, with a motivational music video for students called "Super Gator."
Lawsuit To Be Filed Against Lafayette Board “Within The Week”
Lafayette attorney Gary McGoffin says it's likely he'll file suit within the week.
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.
Lafayette Board Proposes Balanced Budget
The body and the superintendent must agree upon a budget by Sept. 15.
Man Convicted of Incest Attempts Suicide in St Martin Parish Courtroom
The convicted criminal used a razor to slit his throat and wrists.
Drivers: Read This List Of New State Roadway Laws
New state laws taking effect Aug. 1 should impact behavior on Louisiana's roadways.
Charter School Board Approves Budget, Adds To Technology Fund
Together, both schools require about $15 million in operating costs.