An 18-wheeler carrying a load of sand tipped over on the Port Allen exit on Interstate 10 westbound at about 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 4.
Photo by Quinn Welsch/The West Side Journal
Confederate “veterans” line up to sign their parole, swearing that they will not take up arms against the United States.
Keavin Keith, a former teacher at Math, Science and Arts Academy - West, in Plaquemine, plead not guilty to 29 counts of prohibited sexual conduct between an educator and student and five counts of carnal knowledge with a juvenile between February 2012 and May 2015.
There’s hardly a job Kirby Guerin can’t handle.
Whether it’s a light bulb that needs to be replaced or a 1945 McCormick-Deering tractor that needs to be restored, Guerin is the man for the job.
Former Brusly Police Chief Jamie Whaley plead no contest to the charge of malfeasance in office at a court hearing on Thursday, July 23.
Whaley was sentenced to three years and six months in prison, but the court suspended the jail time and instead sentenced him to 42 months probation.