I'm just an average man with an average life. Oh, wait. That's already been used in a song. Anyway, I'm a Lafayette native, graduate of Beau Chêne High School and Princeton University, and a lifelong (mostly suffering) New Orleans Saints fan. Growing up, I wanted to be the world heavyweight champion. I've at least attained heavyweight status. I've been told that if I were a wrestler, I'd be called the "Hot Mess Express."
“Southern Nights” Bill Heads to Governor’s Desk
If the bill is signed, the sound would become Louisiana's cultural anthem.
U.S. Economy Adds 559,000 Jobs; Unemployment Rate Down
The unemployment rate is down to 5.8 percent.
Five Tips for Safe Driving This Holiday Season
Before you hit the road, follow these simple steps to keep yourself protected on the road.
Lafayette to Spend $20 Million on Dredging Vermilion, Drainage Improvements
That work could begin within the next 30 to 45 days.
Carencro Amazon Facility Suffers Collapse
So far, there are no reports of injuries.
New Orleans Hit By Possible Tornado
Photos and video show storm damage from around the Crescent City.
Report: Mother Surrenders Newborn at Baton Rouge Fire Station
The young mother took advantage of the Louisiana Safe Haven Law.
Legislature Considers Law Setting Doghouse Regulations
It would update the animal cruelty law by defining what proper shelter for a dog is.
House Considers Second Flat Tax Bill
That bill would replace the current income tax brackets with a 4.25-percent flat tax.
Pfizer Exec: Patients May Need More Doses of COVID Vaccine
Pfizer's chief executive said a third dose would be followed by annual vaccinations.
Bills Legalizing, Taxing Marijuana Filed
The lawmaker is framing the bill as a way to raise revenue and as a way to ease the burden on the state's criminal justice system.
Former LSU President Offers Resignation From Oregon State
Alexander was put on probation for his handling of the LSU sexual misconduct cases.