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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
NCI: Roberts named driver of the month for 'Elite Fleet'

National Carriers Inc. has named Dawn Roberts as driver of the month for August 2017. She drives a company truck on National Carriers Southwest Regional Fleet and lives in Houma, LA.

Hurricane Nate prompts voluntary evacuation order in Terrebonne Parish

Terrebonne Parish officials issued a voluntary evacuation order Saturday morning. The forecasted path for Hurricane Nate as of 7 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 7. for residents who live outside or south of the Terrebonne Levee and Conservation District Morganza to the Gulf levee system.

Alleged child predators arrested, including suspected hands-on offender

Attorney General Jeff Landry's Cyber Crime Unit has arrested three south Louisiana men on multiple charges of child exploitation, including alleged molestation of a juvenile. "The victimization of children should infuriate all of us and shake us to the core," said General Landry.

Houma man arrested on possession of child pornography in Zachary, police say

A 48-year-old Houma man was arrested on possession of child pornography at a Zachary hotel, according to Police Chief David McDavid. McDavid said officers located Steven Munson at the hotel where he was staying while working Wednesday and interviewed him after they received a tip from the Louisiana Bureau of Investigations that Munson possessed child pornography.

Southeastern Louisiana University announces 2017 Homecoming royalty

Seven Southeastern Louisiana University students have been chosen as members of the 2017 Homecoming court and will reign over Homecoming festivities Oct. 1-7. Members of the queen's court are, from left, front, Cierra Calloway, Mattie Hawkins, Ali LeBourgeois; and back row, Tara Babin, Cydney Menina, Corinne Kirkland and Gabrielle Reynolds.

Houma couple describes running for their lives during Vegas mass shooting

Holly and Tracy Pitre decided to go to Las Vegas for their anniversary. Being country music fans, the Route 91 Harvest Festival was on their itinerary.

All three PSC candidates attend their first forum together

Interim PSC Commissioner Damon Baldone, left, Dr. Craig Greene, middle, and former state Rep. Lenar Whitney, right, attended the Press of Baton Rouge on Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. They are running for a Public Service Commission seat in the Oct. 14 election Appearing together Monday at a forum for the first time in the campaign, the three Republican candidates for the Public Service Commission took digs at each other while trying to define conservatism.

Homes facing demolition used in fire department training

Houma, Louisiana-based contractors began demolishing the first of several flood-damaged homes in Bossier Parish, Louisiana, that were purchased by the Bossier Parish Police Jury, a report by KTBS says . The homes were destroyed by flooding in 2009, 2015 and 2016.

Planner chosen for Isle de Jean Charles resettlement site

Isle de Jean Charles - or what's left of it - is a small enclave of houses on a narrow, one-and-and-a-half mile long strip of land. As south Louisiana wetlands continue to sink and as sea levels continue to rise, the island has become a vulnerable environmental outpost ringed by a low levee.

Officials look to diversify Houma-Thibodaux economy beyond oil

Efforts are underway in Terrebonne Parish to diversify the Houma-Thibodaux economy and make the area less reliant on oil and gas, The Terrebonne Economic Development Authority recently launched a five-year plan-based on a $70,000 study-that seeks to strengthen the parish's economy by diversifying from its bedrock oil industry. "As good as the oil and gas business has been we know there are boom-and-bust cycles," says Matt Rookard, TEDA's chief executive officer.

Economy split in Louisiana cities in 2016

Louisiana's eight metropolitan areas included two of the nation's fastest growing economies and two of its fastest shrinking in 2016. Lake Charles' economy grew 8.1 percent, fastest in the nation according to numbers released Wednesday by the U.S. Commerce Department.

Baton Rouge, New Orleans add jobs; Lafayette sees slide soften

Five of the state's nine metro areas added jobs for the 12 months ending in August, with the Baton Rouge area tacking on 8,000 non-farm jobs and the New Orleans area 1,600. In another sign the Lafayette economy is bottoming out after a sustained run of low oil prices, the metro area was down just 200 jobs when compared to August 2016, a decrease of 0.1 percent.

Don't miss these events in the Acadiana area

Marilyn Stewart, left, and Ginger Hargrave, center, browse jewelry at during last year's Tinsel and Treasures in Lafayette. The shopping event returns Wednesday at the Cajundome Convention Center and runs through Saturday, Sept.

Don't miss these fairs and festivals in south Louisiana

Festival attendees take a tethered balloon ride at the 2015 Ascension Hot Air Balloon Festival. The event returns Friday and Saturday to the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center with balloon glows, music, a car show, food and carnival rides.

Economy split in Louisiana cities in 2016

Louisiana's eight metropolitan areas included two of the nation's fastest-growing economies and two of its fastest-shrinking in 2016. Lake Charles' economy grew 8.1 percent, fastest in the nation according to numbers released Wednesday by the U.S. Commerce Department.

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