Also, Louisiana congressman jockeys for GOP leadership role; and Gusman avoids a 'time out.'
Also, James Gill's take on reducing judgeships in New Orleans; and will Tammany pay a price for fracking opposition?
Also, new oyster beds coming in St. Bernard; and a sociologist has a go-cup revelation
Also, scientists connect fracking with contaminated wells; and site examines city's bricks-and-mortar spending requests.
Oil industry head says industry would pay more for orphaned wells, but state opposes higher fees.
Man behind a citizens patrol group is wanted for allegedly stalking a local court employee.
Legal scholars urge Jindal to veto bill that would kill levee board's coastal damage lawsuit.
Andre Perry says the ed reform movement is white and paternalistic.
Mayor Landrieu went to Detroit to tour the city's blighted properties.
Also, state could be penalized for not spending money; and 9th Ward lots could go for $100.