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Latest Gonzales Items
Sorrento Mayor Mike Lambert is taking steps to bring to voters this fall the issue of abolishing the town's Police Department and police chief post.
Construction of a $1.3 million fire station in Prairieville and the repair of another station north of Gonzales are nearly finished after months of work.
A 34-year-old Gonzales woman who allegedly struck a man twice with her car in a Baton Rouge parking lot has been indicted in his September death.
A 33-year-old New Orleans man has been booked on six counts of first-degree robbery stemming from holdups at Gonzales restaurants and stores from late October through last week.
A South Texas sheriff says he returned two $5,000 campaign contributions that his second-in-command hand delivered in 2011 and 2012 from a man arrested last year for drug trafficking.
Courts are fickle allies. It's hard not to cheer on the rare occasions that Supreme Court justices uphold fundamental constitutional principles, as they did by wiping the District of Columbia's gun ban from the books in the 2008 Heller decision. More often they disappoint, as Chief Justice John Roberts reminded us last year with his surprising embrace of Obamacare.
The past - case law, legal precedent and prior decisions - is usually a critical element of Supreme Court deliberations. But last week's oral arguments on President Obama's health care law indicate this court's nine justices are focused on another factor altogether: the future.
Down to the final seconds of his playing days, former Australian Open finalist Fernando Gonzalez gave it is all before calling it a career after 13 years.
The left reacts to a court decision striking down a key provision of Obamacare with six silly arguments.