Ashley White, The Daily Advertiser

Ashley White

The Daily Advertiser

Lafayette, LA, United States

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Recent articles by Ashley:

Lawsuit: Teens illegally evacuated from juvenile detention center to Hunt Correctional

Teenagers who were being held in a detention center were illegally evacuated to an adult facility during Hurricane Ida, a lawsuit alleges. → Read More

As conditions at Louisiana warehouse worsened during Ida, staff made toilets from buckets

Information in a lawsuit against Louisiana nursing homes that evacuated residents to a warehouse during Ida details the deteriorating conditions. → Read More

Residents who rode out Hurricane Ida in warehouse will be able to get items, judge says

Residents of seven nursing homes who rode out Hurricane Ida in a warehouse will be able to get their belongings from the now-defunct homes, a judge ruled. → Read More

Ochsner, Lourdes employees file lawsuit objecting to COVID-19 vaccine mandate

More than 80 employees at Our Lady of Lourdes and Ochsner Medical Center have filed a lawsuit objecting to COVID-19 vaccine mandates. → Read More

Lawsuit: Nursing home residents 'called out' for help in warehouse during Hurricane Ida

More than 800 residents "endured horrific and inhumane conditions" when they were evacuated from their nursing homes during Hurricane Ida, lawsuit claims. → Read More

Entergy restores power to 50% of Louisiana customers after Hurricane Ida

Entergy has restored power to 50% of its Louisiana customers — nearly 150,00 of which are in New Orleans — following Hurricane Ida. → Read More

President Biden arrives in Louisiana to view Hurricane Ida damage, meet with leaders

President Biden landed in Louisiana to talk with leaders about damage the state sustained after Hurricane Ida caused catastrophic dagame. → Read More

How a Louisiana family and community survived Hurricane Ida’s second landfall in Galliano

Susan Guidroz huddled in her bathroom with 15 of her family members after Hurricane Ida tore the roof off her two-story home in Galliano, Louisiana. → Read More

At the end of the world: Recovery begins in decimated Grand Isle coastal community

Hurricane Ida swept across Grand Isle Sunday, bringing major winds and a storm surge that left the area all but cut off from the rest of the world. → Read More

Animal rescue efforts after Hurricane Ida fueled by social media, nonprofits

"We try to help reduce their stress, fear, and create an environment to keep them as safe as we can with the hope that we can reunite." → Read More

Tropical Storm Ida intensifying as it makes its way to possible Louisiana landfall

Louisianans are preparing for the storm on the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Laura's landfall. → Read More

Tropical depression below Gulf could become major hurricane, take aim at Louisiana

A tropical depression brewing below the Gulf of Mexico, which is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane, could take aim at Louisiana. → Read More

As COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to rise, non-emergency surgeries postponed

COVID-19 hospitalizations are continuing to rise, and the Ochsner Health System is bracing for more, causing non-emergency surgeries to be postponed. → Read More

Lafayette millionaire takes plea after he masterminded kidnapping of estranged wife

Lawrence Michael Handley pleaded guilty after plotting the kidnapping of his estranged wife, a plan that went awry when the hired kidnappers drowned. → Read More

Read Louisiana State Police report on Lafayette Police fatal shooting of Trayford Pellerin

Louisiana State Police's investigation into Lafayette Police officers' fatal shooting of Trayford Pellerin details what detectives said happened. → Read More

State police release names, accounts of Lafayette police who fatally shot Trayford Pellerin

After a grand jury declined to charge the officers who fatally shot Trayford Pellerin, Louisiana State Police released their names and accounts of the incident. → Read More

Louisiana federal judge rules that Biden ban on new oil leases must be lifted

A federal judge ruled that President Joe Biden's administration's ban on new oil leases must be lifted nationwide. → Read More

Still rebuilding: Southwest Louisiana bracing for 2021 hurricane season

"I certainly hope and expect it will not be as bad for Louisiana as last year, because that was historically unique. Every year is its own year." → Read More

Seacor Power boat encountered severe weather conditions before capsizing in Gulf of Mexico

Lawsuits filed by some family members claimed Seacor ordered the captain to sail into a storm that caused it to capsize. The company has disputed that claim. → Read More

SCOTUS rules non-unanimous jury decision not retroactive for those who exhausted appeals

Inmates who were convicted by non-unanimous juries and have exhausted their appeals won't be able to get a new trial, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled. → Read More