The police officer arrested in St. Landry Parish in July on a domestic abuse violence strangulation charge is now on administrative leave pending an investigation.
After the officer’s domestic violence arrest, a judge ordered him not to carry a firearm.
Representatives from Bernhard Capital Partners stopped by KATC after we published an internal report from a Lafayette Utilities System consultant about what a potential sale
NewGen, the consultant of record for LUS, created the report in July 2017 at Robideaux’s request.
Noah Sharpe shared fentanyl-laced heroin with 17-year-old Makaylin Mendoza, who never woke up.
Last week we told you about an employee of The Blake being fired after her arrest for cruelty charges. KATC Investigates has obtained the arrest affidavit for Karen Sonnier. In it, Police say that The Blake called officers after they were given a video from the daughter of a resident. The resident, 80, was in the memory loss section of the facility. The video showed the employee striking the woman twice in the head with an open hand. Police also saw the employee v…
Last week, KATC Investigates began looking into fees charges by Lafayette Parish public schools.
Yesterday, Police Chief Toby Aguillard apologized to the City-Parish Council for blind-siding them with the news that he wants to withdraw from the decades-old Metro Narcotics squad.
Maxine Trahan stands convicted of pocketing money seized during drug investigations.
KATC Investigates is digging deeper into gun laws following three accidental shootings over the weekend involving children.
Witnesses say it took almost an hour before an ambulance reached a scene where a tree fell on three children at an Opelousas birthday party.
As a tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice, American Legion Post 520 in Jennings held a Memorial Day parade and ceremony. "We can never forget the sacrifices that our veterans made. It’s a tough job being a member of the military, you know, it’s hard work. You spend a lot of time away from your family. And there’s a lot of sacrifices that are involved," said the commander of the American Legion Post of Jefferson Davis, Glenn McFarlain. For some, like Marcus Cain…
A nonprofit group working to defeat Lafayette’s library tax renewal says it doesn’t have to report its contributions.
House Bill that criminalizes conspiracy to trespass at pipeline, other infrastructure sites, headed to full Senate
The proposed bill could make prisoners out of people who protest at Louisiana industrial infrastructure sites.
We’re getting a sense of the impacts of the "Capital Crisis" on the justice system.
The budget deficit is causing a backlog in the courts because of cuts to the public defenders office.
The 15th Judicial District, which represents Lafayette, Acadia, and Vermilion Parishes, has already had to cut 30 of its 52 positions.