No current Ragin’ Cajuns football player was alive the last time Louisiana and Mississippi State played in 1987.
September 10, 2018
Climatologically speaking, September the 10th is the peak of hurricane season, and this year it’s literal. There are a total of four active systems in the Atlantic Basin, two hurricanes, a tropical storm, and a potential system that’s heading for the Gulf of Mexico.
Construction on part of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline on hold until a lawsuit is settled. Monday’s injunction not only stops work on the pipeline but also raised questions about the arrests of demonstrators protesting at the construction site.
The City of Jeanerette has a budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The council unanimously approved that budget at a council meeting Monday night During the meeting,
CLECO will remain as St. Martinville’s electricity provider. The city council on Monday evening moved to continue its contract with the power company. The decision
High school volleyball scores and highlights from Monday, September 10
The St. Landry Chamber of Commerce held its 20th annual Soirée Royale, culinary competition Monday evening. The cooking competition and tasting event was held at the
A pedestrian is recovering in a hospital after being hit by a vehicle Monday night.
STM’s long-time football coach Jim Hightower has nearly 400 career wins. That means he’s seen a lot of football and met a lot of football players.
Residents in the Kaliste Saloom Road neighborhoods are getting an update on the widening project. Monday evening, Mayor-President Joel Robideaux held the meeting at Westminster
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) – Gov. John Bel Edwards on Monday slammed Louisiana’s attorney general for joining a lawsuit aimed at throwing out the federal
Some water customers in Evangeline Parish are finding out the hard way what happens if they don’t pay their bills. The East Side Water System
Five days after being ousted, St. Martin Parish School Superintendent Lottie Beebe is locked out of her office.
The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man wanted in multiple vehicle burglaries in the parish. Deputies say that on August 16, 2018, they
Hurricane Helene continues to get better organized with a large eye developing and winds now up to 105 mph.
In the next 24 hours the National Hurricane Center expects Helene to strengthen even more as it moves over warm waters and encounters low shear causing it to become a major hurricane Tuesday afternoon with winds getting as high as 115 mph.
Isaac has remained a weak category 1 hurricane today with sustained winds of 75 mph as it encounters some upper level wind shear.
The latest track from the National Hurricane Center keeps Isaac on a westerly track across the Atlantic towards the Lesser Antilles.
Melville Police arrested a local woman in connection with a Sunday morning stabbing. Chief Anthony Moreau said he arrested Kari Ganson, 27, Sunday and booked
The Lafayette City-Parish Council may consider approval of a deal to sell the old Federal Courthouse property on Jefferson Street next week. A draft ordinance,
No real change in the forecast the next couple days as a stationary front will be draped over Acadiana.
This front will be the focal point for scattered showers and storms to fire up Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon.
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell issued the following statement regarding the Kenner Nike Ban: “As I have emphasized repeatedly since taking office: I believe in
Officials with the Village of Morse say that the boil advisory issued last week for customers of the water system has been rescinded.
A German zoo is sending its last orangutan to the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, and he’s already learning some English.
With the 1pm update the National Hurricane Center is now giving the tropical wave in the Caribbean Sea a 50% chance of become a tropical depression in the western Gulf later this week.
Lake Charles Police have arrested a registered sex offender and accused him of identity theft and other crimes. Michael Landry, 51, was convicted in 2009
Broussard Police started an armed robbery investigation Sunday morning, and ended with a drug bust. Police were called to a home on a complaint of
An SUV drove into the front of the Pedestal Bank in Breaux Bridge this morning.
Hurricane Florence continues to undergo rapid intensification as it has strengthen from a weak category 1 hurricane to a massive category 4 storm in the pass 18 hours.
As of the 11am update Monday Hurricane Hunters detected that Florence had sustained winds of 130 mph.
UPDATE: All lanes are now open I-10 East at Mile Marker 113 (before Henderson). Congestion has reached three miles. —————————————– The right lane is blocked I-10
The Egan Water Corporation will be shutting off the water due to installation of control vales at the Riverside Road Bridge project. The plan is
On Tuesday, residents of Vermilion Parish in need of emergency financial assistance can apply for help from the ASSIST Agency at two meetings.