|Woman found dead over weekend allegedly connected to FBI investigation of cases handled by former D.A.
February 15 at 6:51 pm
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office is asking the public for information surrounding the circumstances of the death of a Destrehan woman who may be connected to the F.B.I. investigation into cases handled by former St. Charles Parish District Attorney Harry Morel.
|Luling family starts church in living room
February 15 at 10:19 am
When Luling native Pastor Earl Adams Jr. was growing up he had a fear of public speaking.
|Millions in expected oil tax revenue could help parish levee construction
February 15 at 10:17 am
St. Charles Parish President V.J. St. Pierre said the state is looking forward to a large increase in oil tax revenues in the next few years, which could greatly improve the parish’s ability to construct a West Bank levee.
|Family gives $25,000 to Sheriff’s Office to purchase bullet-proof vests
February 14 at 10:22 am
A St. Charles Parish family has donated $25,000 to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office for the purchase of enhanced bullet-resistant vests for sheriff’s deputies.
|Police: Woman who caused fatal wreck over legal alcohol limit
February 14 at 10:22 am
State police say that the woman who caused a wreck that led to the death of the aunt and uncle of San Francisco 49er Delanie Walker tested over the legal blood alcohol limit.
|Parish could lose millions if state income taxes eliminated
February 14 at 10:15 am
A change in the way the parish collects taxes from local corporations could mean millions in dollars in budget shortfalls for numerous public entities.
|Woman made up story about boyfriend holding her at gunpoint, police say
February 14 at 8:48 am
A 19-year-old New Sarpy woman was so angry at her boyfriend that she made up a story that he had held her at gunpoint throughout the night, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.
|Thefts, assaults behind 2012 crime rise
February 10 at 10:10 am
Crime in St. Charles Parish rose by 8 percent in 2012 when compared to 2011, mainly due to an increase in assaults and thefts, according to crime statistics released by the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.
|Monsanto trapping coyotes to help control population
February 10 at 10:09 am
In recent years, coyotes have been blamed for a number of missing pets both on the East Bank and West Bank of St. Charles Parish. Now, Monsanto is trying to help control the coyote population by trapping the predators at the Monsanto facility in Luling.
|10 floats ride with Krewe of Des Allemands
February 09 at 10:06 am
With more than 50 years of history, the Krewe of Des Allemands parade will roll for another year down its familiar route.
|Krewe of Lul hopes third times a charm
February 08 at 10:49 am
For more than three decades, the Krewe of Lul rolled through Luling without a hitch. Inclement weather put an end to that run for two straight years and organizers, riders and attendees are anxious to put the recent string of bad luck behind them.
|Parish's appointee to airport board sues St. Pierre for defamation
February 08 at 10:35 am
Luling businessman Neal Clulee has filed a defamation lawsuit against St. Charles Parish President V.J. St. Pierre alleging that St. Pierre has spread malicious information that has kept Clulee from serving on the New Orleans Aviation Board.
|Destrehan woman found dead in living room
February 07 at 10:21 am
Police are investigating the death of a 27-year-old Destrehan woman who was found unresponsive by her boyfriend on Saturday.
|New $7.9 million DHS art wing will add 23 classrooms
February 07 at 10:12 am
The St. Charles Parish School Board has indicated they will accept bids adding up to just over $11.3 million for four capital improvement projects throughout the school system.
|Warm winter spurs crawfish crop, keeps prices low for Mardi Gras
February 07 at 10:11 am
A warm winter has produced a plentiful crop of crawfish, which is a huge plus for local dealers considering the demand brought by the Super Bowl and Mardi Gras.
|$3 million renovation could shutter Luling library for 7 months
February 07 at 10:02 am
The St. Charles Parish West Regional Library in Luling will undergo an estimated $3 million renovation that could shutter the building for seven months.
|Aggressive redesign planned for Paul Maillard
February 07 at 9:49 am
It’s hard to imagine what an area will look like 20 years from now, but if St. Charles Parish has their way Paul Maillard Road in Luling could be lined with shopping centers, sidewalks and bike paths after an aggressive redevelopment project slated to begin next year.
|St. Rose woman has seen plenty of changes in 105 years
February 02 at 11:01 am
A St. Rose woman turned 105 this week, making her the oldest person in the parish.
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Speed patrols return to I-310 after months-long absence - 1764 views
Over the past four months, those who often travel the elevated portions of I-10 and I-310 in St. Charles Parish have noticed a lack of state troopers on the interstate.
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