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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
Easing up on ex-criminals is aim of two bills pending in Louisiana Legislature

Louisiana state Rep. Tanner Magee, R-Houma, is sponsoring legislation that would allow ex-inmates to pay lower fines and fees when they are released from prison. . The Louisiana Legislature is looking to reduce the financial burden on people leaving prison , in an effort to keep them from returning to crime and incarceration.

House Committee rejects bill to end the death penalty

The House Criminal Justice Committee rejects a proposal to that sought to end the death penalty in Louisiana. Speaking in favor of the bill was Bishop of the Diocese of Houma-Shelton Shelton Fabre, who says every human life is sacred.

Louisiana's $50 billion coastal master plan, $644 million annual plan OK'd by Senate

The latest version of Louisiana's $50 billion, 50-year coastal master plan , as well as the $644 million annual plan to fund its restoration and protection work next year, were approved Thursday by the Louisiana Senate. Sen. Dan "Blade" Morrish, R-Jennings, said the master plan will reduce risk for coastal communities, and that its restoration and hurricane protection projects will save more than enough money in avoided damages pay for its cost.

Embattled Baton Rouge contractor Matthew Morris wants seized electronics returned

Prosecutors in Ascension Parish agreed Tuesday to drop a bid to revoke $635,000 bail for jailed Baton Rouge contractor Matthew J. Morris over allegations his behavior after his first arrest on Feb. 8 on contractor fraud allegations indicated he was a flight risk. Prosecutor Phil Maples told 23rd Judicial District Judge Jessie LeBlanc he was withdrawing the motion in light of Morris' plans to remove property liens that he had filed against many of his customers' homes and because bail set on other charges in other parishes would hold him in jail anyway.

Newsmaker of the Week: Rouses

Rouses Supermarkets further expanded its rapidly-growing footprint in the Capital Region this week with the signing of a 20-year lease to take over the space currently occupied by Matherne's in the Bluebonnet Village Shopping Center at 7580 Bluebonnet Blvd. Matherne's closed its store on Tuesday, the day Rouses CEO Donny Rouse announced the deal and outlined plans for a $3 million renovation of the 32,000-square-foot space. . "It's an area that we've been wanting to get in and hadn't been able to get a spot to build a store."

As one legislator tears up, Senate committee OKs Louisiana coastal master plan

This chart shows how the state plans to spend $50 billion on coastal restoration and hurricane protection projects over 50 years. With one legislator tearing up, a Louisiana Senate committee on Thursday approved the state's $50 billion, 50-year master plan for coastal restoration and hurricane protection .

Fifth Circuit Holds That Spearin-like Provision of Louisiana Civil...

Beginning in 2007, LaShip, LLC undertook the construction of a large shipbuilding facility in Houma, Louisiana , situated on its own private land as well as land owned by the Terrebonne Port Commission a subdivision of the Louisiana state government. In July 2008, LaShip accepted a bid from Hayward Baker, Inc. to complete the soil mixing and drill shaft work on the Project.

Louisiana inmates freed from paying child support under legislative bill

Louisiana prisoners may not have to pay child support while they are incarcerated until legislation proposed in the 2017 lawmaking session. . The aim is encourage ex-inmates to find jobs upon release, although even the sponsor, Rep. Joe Marino III of Gretna, admitted: "It's not an easy bill" to support.

Contractor now faces bank fraud, other count in Terrebonne Parish

Sheriff's deputies in Terrebonne Parish want jailed Baton Rouge contractor Matthew Morris on a new bank fraud and another bank-related count after they unraveled some of his financial activities in that parish. Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Jerry Larpenter said Friday in a statement that the counts follow a two-month investigation into a $250,000 line of credit that Morris took out in October from South Louisiana Bank of Houma, months before his first arrest in Ascension Parish in February.

After Son's Ashes Discovered in Louisiana Trash Can, Cremains Returned to Kent County Mother

A woman from Kent County whose son died in 2003 was recently given a box containing some of his ashes after a man from southern Louisiana discovered the container in a trash can in the Bayou state several weeks ago. Ellen Stubbs, 85, of the Frederica area, said she received a call telling her the box containing the ashes of her son, Ralph Kline, was discovered in a trash can near a thrift store in the area of Houma, Louisiana.

NOLA Craft Beer Experience - $75 - Available Soon

Like the cypress trees that envelope South Louisiana, 40 Arpent Brewing Company has grown from humble, bayou roots. It all began with Michael Naquin, 40 Arpent's Houma-born founder.

Edison Chouest, BP Extend GoM Partnership

Edison Chouest Offshore and its family of companies has reached a 30-month alliance agreement with BP, the largest energy investor in deepwater Gulf of Mexico over the past decade. Chouest and BP have enjoyed a business alliance for over eight years, and the new alliance will continue to include Chouest affiliates ECO , C-Port and C-Logistics .

Cajuns RB Maguire taken by Jets

The former Ragin' Cajun running back was picked on Day 3 of the NFL Draft, taken 188th overall by the New York Jets. The Houma, La., native was considered one of the top senior running backs in the 2017 NFL Draft class.

UL-Lafayette RB Elijah McGuire drafted by New York Jets

Elijah McGuire was a high school quarterback and a four-year starter at running by for ULL. Louisiana-Lafayette running back Elijah McGuire was picked by the New York Jets in the sixth round at the NFL Draft Saturday.

March report on jobs in Louisiana released

Louisiana's not-seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged in March at 5.4 percent, as the state's civilian labor force gained 20,562 jobs over the month, according to federal data released today by the Louisiana Workforce Commission. In February, the state's not-seasonally-adjusted rate was 5.4 percent.

Anglers fighting bill that would make it easier to use public dollars on private marshlands

Some Louisiana anglers are fighting a bill working its way through the Legislature that would make it easier to use public dollars on private coastal lands. rights."

Houma man wins $1.4M Louisiana Lotto jackpot

The Louisiana Lottery, in a news release Tuesday, said 52-year-old Robert Liebkemann Jr. matched all six numbers drawn for the April 19 Louisiana Lotto game. The winning numbers were: 19, 24, 30, 32, 33 and 35. Officials say Liebkemann checked his ticket at about 4 a.m. after hearing a winner was purchased in his area and "almost had a heart attack" after finding out he had won $1,499,022.

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