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About: houma, louisiana

Houma is located in the Terrebonne Parish in southeastern Louisiana. Houma was used as a filming location for the 1999 film Crazy in Alabama and was the fictional setting of The Skeleton Key (2005). The city is located in the Louisiana community that is steeped in Cajun culture and tradition. Many residents continue in the shrimp, oyster, crab, and fish industries, although ship building and occupations in the oil industry have become more popular over recent years.

Population: 32393
Local Newspapers: Bayou Business Business News The Courier
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints New Orleans Pelicans
Local Colleges: Blue Cliff College

Zip Codes associated with houma, louisiana: 70359 70360 70363 70364
Towns/Cities near houma, louisiana : Bayou Cane Lockport Gray Schriever Thibodaux Raceland

Houma News
Federal judge tosses conviction in Houma meth bust, citing illegal package search by store owner

When a UPS Store owner in Southern California cracked open a suspicious package in 2014 and found three pounds of pure methamphetamine inside, her discovery sparked a police sting 1,800 miles away that netted the arrests of three Houma men. Authorities said they also turned up $5,000 in cash and an AK-47 from what Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Jerry Larpenter described as a "huge" drug ring.

Deputy pays for stranded couple's hotel room

When Terrebonne sheriff's deputy Julio Escobar saw a homeless couple and their dog sleeping outside of an abandoned building in Houma on the night of Nov. 28, he knew he couldn't just leave them there. "I stopped by the old Twin Peaks building and saw this couple that was staying out there," Escobar said.

Louisiana officials outline coastal projects delayed by shortfall in oil and gas royalties

A shortfall in Louisiana's expected share of federal offshore oil and gas royalties is forcing the state to delay some critical coastal restoration projects and a program that helps fund infrastructure improvements. The state's Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority this week unveiled its spending plan for the fiscal year that starts in July, reflecting the fact that a key source of federal oil revenue for Louisiana will come in at only about half of what was expected.

Audiologist provides free hearing tests to local police

"I have a certain education and training, so why not share it with people who do so much for us?" Erin Rushing of Houma says. From the loud oil rigs to the pops of hunting rifles to the roar of the crowd at a Saints game, there's a lot of noise in south Louisiana.

Houma man accused of beating, raping woman for 2 days

A Houma man was arrested Tuesday after police said he forced an 18-year-old woman to take drugs and then assaulted her repeatedly. Paul Anthony Sampay , 25, of Plum Street, was taken into custody Tuesday after deputies executed an arrest warrant at his home.

Crawfish are back in the Twin Cities

On Monday, a Monroe business announced its first batch of crawfish. Riverside Coney Island took the big news to Facebook and crawdad lovers were more than excited.

Several men caught harvesting polluted oysters in Terrebonne

According to the state Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, agents spotted six boats dredging oysters from a polluted area in the Sister Lake area, about 10 miles west of Cocodrie, on Nov. 24. Nine of the suspects were residents of Houma, two were from Montegut, two were from Gray, and one each was from Bourg, Theroit and San Leon, Texas. The suspects' ages ranged from 22 to 61. It didn't appear that all the boats were working together, Agents seized 77 sacks of oysters and returned them to the water.

'10/12 Industry Report': Weeks Marine finds growth,...

A proliferation of coastal restoration projects and a strong industrial sector has reinvigorated Weeks Marine's decades-long presence along the Gulf Coast, The company's prosperity, as of late, has been fueled increasingly by the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, which promises a long-term revenue stream, as well as ongoing strength in the industrial construction market. The profusion of work has helped buoy the workforce from the state's struggling oil and gas market by providing new job opportunities for out-of-work craftsmen.

John Bel Edwards meets with Jared Kushner on criminal justice

Gov. John Bel Edwards met with President Donald Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner about criminal justice issues on Tuesday . The meeting in Washington, D.C., was scheduled to take place around 1:15 p.m. Central time, according to a press release from the governor's office.

Host of Louisiana fishing show a oeCastina Cajuna dies

Thibodaux police are investigating a morning suicide at Thibodaux Regional Medical Center that claimed the life of a local TV personality and businessman. According to Chief Bryan Zeringue, Tony Fontenot, 59, of Schriever shot himself to death shortly before 7:30 a.m. with a small-caliber weapon in one of the hospital's public bathrooms, the Houma Courier reported .

'10/12 Industry Report': Step inside the only commercial diving school between Texas and Florida

Robbie Champagne is the founder of C-Dive, a Houma-based commercial diving company with 100 employees serving independent oil and gas producers in the Gulf of Mexico. When he got out of the Navy, Champagne was looking for a career, preferably one that didn't require him to sweat too much, as "I liked diving, I liked the water, and, quite simply, it was the most money I could make with the amount of education that it took," he says.

Mass celebrated to honor 1887 Thibodaux Massacre victims

In this photo provided by The Louisiana 1887 Memorial Committee, the Most Rev. Shelton Fabre, bishop of Houma-Thibodaux Diocese, proceeds toward the altar at St. Luke the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Thibodaux, La., Thursday, to celebrate a memorial Mass on the 130th anniversary of the Thibodaux Massacre.

Tangle of oil pipelines adds to cost of barrier island restoration project

An already expensive coastal restoration project needed an extra $2.2 million to deal with unexpected complexities posed by a tangle of buried oil and gas pipelines. The state-led effort to rebuild East Timbalier Island , part of a chain of barrier islands protecting marshlands in Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes, ran into an extensive network of active and abandoned oil wells and pipelines, much of it poorly mapped.

Finding their 'forever homes': Louisiana sets record for adoptions as ...

A recent photo of Bradley Lirette and his family, which includes his five adopted children from foster care. Lirette, of Houma, adopted three biological siblings this past year, and two biological siblings three years prior.

Bishop: Mass on Thursday for Thibodaux Massacre victims

A Louisiana bishop will celebrate a memorial mass for victims of a massacre of African-American Louisiana residents 130 years ago. A news release says the Most Rev.

The Wedding Painter: Artist Dirk Guidry keeps his cool with a hot new trend

Dirk Guidry's painting done live at the wedding reception of Nandi Linscombe and Andrew Shenkan at the City Club at River Ranch in Lafayette. 'It's a wedding, a happy time,' says artist Dirk Guidry of the receptions where he paints the guests.

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