Lafayette Police have arrested a man wanted in connection to a shooting last month on Hamner Avenue.
A fundraiser is being held for a 23-year Berwick man who suffered severe injuries in a motocross bike crash. Nate Furlette has gone through multiple
LAFAYETTE – Mardi Gras is upon us, and the Krewe of Carnivale en Rio is setting up for their annual ball tomorrow night at the Cajundome Convention Center.
LAFAYETTE – (PRESS RELEASE) During the partial shutdown of the federal government, national parks will remain as accessible as possible while still following all applicable laws and procedures.
The City is Crowley is celebrating the season with A Holiday Affair.
A 1920’s themed speakeasy bar & restaurant is coming to Lafayette, according to Developing Lafayette. It’s called Capone’s and will be located in the McLain Marketplace
There is congestion on I-10 West from Mile Marker 119 (Basin Bridge) to Mile Marker 116 (before Henderson) due to an incident on the left shoulder.
In a letter to LPUA and City-Parish council members as well as Mayor-President Joel Robideaux, NextGen stated they “are respectfully withdrawing our proposal.” The company
Christmas Decor is now accepting nominations for their Decorated Family Program, an annual initiative that brings the spirit of the holidays to the homes of military families whose loved ones will be deployed outside of the country for the holiday season.
For the first time in nearly 30 years, the City of Broussard will have a new mayor after the November 6 election.
To get into the Halloween spirit, dozens of corgi owners got together at Brown Memorial Park in Lafayette to show off their pups in costume.
UPDATE: Repairs at plant have been completed Water system is approaching normal operating pressure. That doesn’t affect the boil advisory; it’s still in place. Earlier today,
ABBEVILLE- Police are searching a for a man they believe is responsible for injuring a person in a shooting Friday evening.
The McComb-Veazey Neighborhood Coterie is kicking off their Re-Imagine McV Fest at the neighborhood’s Pocket Park.
Volunteers with the Society of Louisiana CPAs (LCPA) are helping make Lafayette beautiful with their first-ever Day of Service.