Lanie Lee Cook
Attorney General Approves Lafayette Superintendent Investigation
Board members Mark Cockerham, Kermit Bouillion and Shelton Cobb specifically asked for detailed explanations about why the investigation is moving forward.
Lafayette Council Amends Fines For Trash Pickup
Lafayette landowers who defy the city's new trash ordinances can face up to $150 in fines.
Northside Residents Voice Concerns About Increased Gun Violence
Lafayette Police Chief Jim Craft said Precincts 1 and 4 have seen a recent increase in "sporadic gun violence."
Building Character, Convenience Essential To Downtown Lafayette’s Future
Setting a standard for how downtown looks and operates is necessary from an economic standpoint, says the Downtown Development Authority.
New Policies For Bus Drivers After Student Left Behind
The bus driver involved in the incident had stopped at a store to run a personal errand.
Keg Owner Banned From Business For Selling To Minors
The bar will be subleased under the direction of the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control.
Lafayette Board Hires New Attorney In Superintendent Investigation
Board attorney Robert Hammonds said it will be the special counsel's job to find evidence against Pat Cooper that could lead to charges.
Superintendent: Community Input Needed Before Changing Teacher Policies
Superintendent Pat Cooper said the school system spends about $16 million annually on sick-leave payments.
Lafayette Files Suit Against Nonpaying Traffic Violators
As of last May, there were more than 11,900 unpaid parking tickets, and the city is trying to recover more than $3 million in unpaid traffic-camera violations.
Lafayette Police Searching For Two Men Involved In Shooting
The men attempted to rob the victim then shot him in the upper chest as he fled.