Claire Taylor, The Daily Advertiser

Claire Taylor

The Daily Advertiser

Lafayette, LA, United States

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Past articles by Claire:

Update: Attorney considers injunction to stop Super Bowl LIII

A Lafayette attorney is looking for a judge to sign an injunction stopping the Super Bowl until legal action is resolved over the Saints-Rams game. → Read More

La. third worst state for raising a family

Louisiana ranked near the bottom of another list, this time among the worst places to raise a family. → Read More

Who will the Saints face in the NFC playoffs?

The New Orleans Saints are off next weekend, but fans will be watching to see who they play the following week on the road to the Super Bowl. → Read More

AG Landry: Free election day bus rides illegal

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said a plan to offer free bus rides in the city of Lafayette for elections is illegal. → Read More

America's Cajun Navy readies for Tropical Storm Gordon

America's Cajun Navy deployed Tuesday to Mississippi in anticipation of Tropical Storm Gordon. → Read More

Louisiana farmers, manufacturers bracing for impact of tariffs

Louisiana’s reliance on trade makes it a unique microcosm of how the ongoing tariff battle will affect America. → Read More

UL creates Kathleen Blanco Public Policy Center

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has created the Kathleen Babineaux Blanco Public Policy Center in honor of the former Louisiana Governor. → Read More

This orphaned baby bear from Louisiana found love in Tennessee

Magnolia, a 16-month female black bear that only weighed 20 pounds, is being nursed back to good health at the Appalachian Bear Rescue in Tennessee. → Read More

Ex-postal worker admits he burned 20 tubs of mail

Mark Wayne Thompson faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. → Read More

Postal worker admits he burned 20 tubs of mail

A Louisiana postal worker admitted in federal court that he burned mail instead of delivering it. → Read More

Slain police officer's family to lose insurance Saturday?

Lafayette Police officers rallied around the family of fallen comrade Cpl. Michael Middlebrook Tuesday after learning their health insurance will be cut off days after Middlebrook was shot to death while on duty. → Read More

Blanchard: I-49 Connector 'could be built anywhere'

I-49 Lafayette Connector designs reviewed Sept. 7, 2017, focus on moving traffic. Pedestrian and bike considerations come in next phase of design. → Read More

Away from their flooded homes, Harvey evacuees fret about looters

City warns potential lawbreakers that punishment will be swift. → Read More

Inside Houston shelter: 'It's not the best, but it's passable'

“The doors of the George R. Brown will not close,” Mayor Sylvester Turner assured Houstonians Tuesday morning. → Read More

Inside the convention center, Harvey evacuees cramped but safe

Conditions inside the center in the heart of downtown were crowded but organized with the help of hundreds of Red Cross volunteers and city police, many working 24-hour shifts. → Read More

Flooding on I-10 near Houston

The water has risen onto Interstate 10 in Baytown, Texas, outside of Houston. → Read More

Cameron Parish residents brace for Harvey's impact: 'You can't fight Mother Nature'

As Hurricane Harvey approaches the Texas coast, residents south of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway in Cameron Parish are securing homes and business and evacuating under a mandatory evacuation order. → Read More

90 years ago, the Great Flood of 1927 changed La.

Ninety years ago, the Mississippi and Atchafalaya rivers — swollen from months of rainfall — burst through levees, changing the landscape of La. → Read More

US attorney: Mistakes, but no 'willful' violation of Aton Sterling's civil rights

State Attorney General Jeff Landry takes over the state investigation. → Read More

Proposed South La. pipeline linked to Dakota pipeline

Native Americans on the snow-covered plains of North Dakota protesting a proposed pipeline they fear will threaten their drinking water may seem far removed from Louisiana. → Read More