The Jeanerette Law Enforcement building has a new name. Monday night, the city council voted to rename the facility for officer Juandre Gilliam. The center will
August 13, 2018
The Vermilion Parish school board is continuing its investigation into Superintendent Jerome Puyau’s character and competency. Last Monday, the board put Puyau on administrative leave
A group of residents in Lafayette is voicing their concerns over crews working on underground lines and the damage they are causing. Residents say that
With Mark Ingram’s impending 4-game suspension, the Saints needed to bolster the running back this off-season.
The Panthers lone loss came in an embarrassing 37-0 fashion to Notre Dame in September. Revenge never tasted so sweet when the Panthers beat the Pioneers 33-16 in the Division III State Championship.
To change, or to not change the flag of Acadiana. UL Political Science professor Rick Swanson says the Acadiana flag should be more inclusive.
Lafayette Parish students continue to face instability in transportation, as the school system grapples with a manpower shortage. 17 bus drivers have retired or resigned
In Jeptha Wall’s first season as head coach at Crowley, the Gents rallied into the a state quarterfinal match-up with Jennings that CHS lost 14-0.
After winning their season opener, Eunice struggled in a 4-game losing streak that carried into district play.
The Tigers lost 5 games by single digits, including a 2-0 loss to Ascension Episcopal
The Bobcats lost 3A MVP Elijah Mitchell to UL and missed the playoffs for the 1st time in 3 years
Watch Cajuns Michael Jacquet and Kennan Barnes takeover UL Fan Day
UL athletes brought in the fall season with their annual Louisiana Fan Day.
Despite holding just eight practices leading up to it, Ragin’ Cajuns football held its first intra-squad scrimmage of the season on Saturday. And if you’re wondering if Billy Napier is now ready to announce a starting quarterback this season–well keep wondering.
n 2018 Southside will play a hybrid Varsity-JV schedule with marquee match-ups against Central Catholic (Morgan City,) Opelousas Catholic and Gueydan.
One week from today, Lafayette Transit will start its first route ever to cross parish lines, circling through Acadia Parish and Lafayette. KATC’s Abby Breidenbach
Mamou Road Water System has experienced a loss of water pressure due to a fire hydrant repair, and a boil water advisory has been issued until further notice.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) enforcement agents have released more details on the single fatal boating incident in the Atchafalaya Basin.
Investigators with the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office are asking for the public’s assistance in reference to a hit and run at a local casino.
Press Release Berlin, Germany – Mondo Duplantis, an incoming freshman for the LSU track and field team, broke his own junior world record with a clearance
Jonathan Giles Preparing for Pressures of Number 7, Saturday Scrimmage Results
Bruce Conque suggests the savings should benefit the Lafayette Police Department.
In a dramatic winner-take-all finale, the Acadiana Cane Cutters fell to the Victoria Generals 7-4.
After a record-setting year on the hardwood that included its first outright Sun Belt Conference title since 2000, the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns men’s basketball team returned to workouts over the summer in preparation for the 2018-19 season.
Construction on Moncus Park is proceeding, and you can keep up with the progress on social media. Today, a time-lapse video of construction of the
As the last of the students return to school the forecast remains in its typical summer slump with very few variations or changes in the forecast
Festivals Acadiens et Créoles is once again asking for volunteers to help with this year’s festivities. Volunteer work is available for all positions at the
A Bastrop man has been booked with arson, accused of setting fires that burned almost 30 acres of timber. Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry
The Youngsville man accused of driving drunk and causing a crash that killed a pregnant Franklin mother and her child, and seriously injuring three other