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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
Senator blocks coastal annual plan in push for votes on coastal authority board

Sen. Norby Chabert, R-Houma, at the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority meeting at the Chalmette High Cultural Arts Center on Wednesday, July 17, 2017. sparked a Twitter storm of comments from environmental organizations questioning why legislators weren't moving the annual plan forward.

Woman pleads guilty to manslaughter in fatal Facebook robbery

A Houma woman accused of using Facebook to lure a Slidell man to his death during a botched robbery pleaded guilty to manslaughter in a Jefferson Parish court Monday . Dana Lemar , 25, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for the shooting death of Cordaryle Robert, according to court records.

Man shot in Boomtown Casino parking lot in Harvey, JPSO says

A 30-year-old Houma man told Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office investigators that he was shot in the parking lot of Boomtown Casino in Harvey. , according to authorities.

Some streets fill with rain water

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for much of Southeast Louisiana as heavy rains flood some streets. "In effect along the line from around Houma to around Poplarville, including New Orleans and Slidell.

Effort to extend time to sue insurance companies for bad faith sidelined by House panel

Rep. Walt Leger III, D-New Orleans, left, and Rep. Alan Seabaugh, R-Shereveport, talk beforeaction in the House Ways & Means Committee, Sunday Feb. 25, 2018 at the State Capitol. Seabaugh went on to much debate with Leger and offered up amendments to several bills, including Leger's, during the meeting.

Team Tankers International Acquires Two Firms

The Bermuda-based chemical tanker company on 28 February 2018 and 23 March 2018 regarding its agreements to acquire all of the outstanding shares in each of Laurin Shipping AB and Anglo-Atlantic Steamship Company Ltd. The preliminary purchase prices payable at closing for the shares in Laurin Shipping AB and Anglo-Atlantic Steamship Company Ltd. have been estimated to USD 10.4 million and USD 55.3 million respectively.

Coast Guard responds to crude oil spill in Bay Jacques

The Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit in Houma watchstanders say they received notification from Summit Oil and Gas, LLC at 11:54 a.m. that a crude oil storage tank located in Bay Jacques developed a leak and caused an estimated 4,200 gallons of Louisiana crude oil to discharge, Tuesday. MSU Houma personnel arrived on scene Tuesday and performed an assessment of the spill.

U.S. seminarian who carried cross at popea s Easter Mass dies in Rome

Friends and fans called him a "gentle giant," a faithful "prayer warrior" and a Clark Kent whose superman power was helping people grow in holiness and faith. The written comments were among the hundreds of condolence messages, prayers and stories submitted to an "in memoriam" page on the RegnumChristi.org website for Legionary of Christ Brother Anthony Freeman of Houston.

BP eyes 119 LNG Cargoes Annually From Indonesia

Oil major BP is targeting shipping 119 cargoes of liquefied natural gas from its Tangguh project in Indonesia's West Papua province this year, including 22 for the domestic market, a company official said on Wednesday. BP expects to keep the same balance of shipments for export and the domestic market unchanged up to 2020, BP Indonesia country head Dharmawan Samsu told a parliament hearing.

Download data used in The Advocate's exhaustive research in 'Tilting the scales' series

In order to examine how Louisiana's unusual law allowing non-unanimous verdicts was impacting the criminal justice system in the state, The Advocate undertook a year-long investigation with the goal of compiling as comprehensive a data set as possible of trials, defendants and juries. Matthew Allen was 20 when he stared across a courtroom in Houma at the 12 men and women who would decide whether he would spend the rest of hi The analysis shows that at every step, from the day jury summonses go out to the final proclamation of a verdict by the foreman, race is a crucial part of how the scales can be tilted against defendants in Louisiana.

How this La. law deprives, discriminates and drives incarceration: Tilting the scales

Louisiana is one of only two states - Oregon is the other - that allows people charged with felonies to be convicted when only 10 of 12 jurors agree on guilt. Attorney Ben Cohen with the Promise of Justice Initiative poses for a photo in a legal library in New Orleans, La., Wednesday, March 28, 2018.

Understanding Louisiana's nonunanimous jury law findings: Interactive, animated slideshow

Needing only 10 of 12 jurors to agree, Louisiana is one of only two states in which juries can convict by nonunanimous decisions . Louisiana's split jury law was adopted in 1898 during a notoriously racist constitutional convention.

Our Views: Change the 10-2 rule for Louisiana trials

In a country created through noble dissent, Americans rarely expect or demand that even a small group of citizens will fully agree on anything. One broadly embraced exception is the requirement that all 12 members of a jury be unanimous in convicting a defendant of a felony.

'10/12 Industry Report': Adapting to survive, oil patch owners move to shale

In recent years, most oil patch owners, contractors and suppliers have learned the hard way that they must either adapt to a leaner low-oil price environment or suffer the consequences. This is especially true in the world of offshore oil, as This is especially true in the world of offshore oil, where dwindling returns are sending many to the shale plays.

Capitol Views: Overhaul of hunting, fishing licenses moves to House

Legislation to increase fees on certain hunting and fishing licenses-part of a streamlining effort to cut the number of licenses to 39, from 117-has cleared its first hurdle but faces an uncertain vote on the House floor. , prior to today's hearing before the House Natural Resources Committee-forcing the outdoors crowd to take stances ranging from sympathetic-mostly-to outraged.

Gov. John Bel Edwards, DAs hash out criminal justice differences

Gov. John Bel Edwards said he is open to some changes to the criminal justice overhaul passed in 2017, but not everything that has been proposed. Gov. John Bel Edwards is open to making some changes to the Louisiana criminal justice overhaul passed in 2017, but isn't backing all efforts to undo the new laws meant to reduce Louisiana's highest-in-the-country incarceration rate.

State Paying to Move Residents as Louisiana Island Shrinks

The effects of global warming can be seen and touched in Louisiana, where officials have begun buying higher ground to relocate an entire town in a bayou being swallowed by higher seas. The Louisiana Office of Community Development announced Tuesday that it will spend $11.7 million on a 515-acre tract of high ground to house about 80 residents of Isle de Jean Charles, an island that has lost 98 percent of its land area since 1955 as sea levels rise due to climate change.

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