The National Hurricane Center (NHC) maintained Florence at powerful Category 4 – 140mph winds as of its 10pm advisory Tuesday night.
September 11, 2018
Relatives of the man who engaged police in a nearly two-hour standoff say they’re thankful sheriff’s deputies were able to take him into custody without anyone getting hurt.
The St. Landry Parish School System and the Acadiana Center for the Arts are partnering to integrate art into the daily classroom experience.
Kaplan has a new city clerk.
Councilmen Williams Theriot and Jared Bellard are co-sponsoring a resolution opposing the upcoming Drag Queen Story Time at the Lafayette Public Library.
For the first time since 1996, the flood maps are being updated. These changes mean ratings for flood insurance policies will increase for many homeowners who will now be placed in a flood zone and face higher insurance rates.
A Broussard police officer is being recognized for saving his neighbor’s life.
Saints coach Sean Payton spent the first part of Monday urging players and his own coaching staff to acknowledge everything they did wrong heading into a surprising season-opening loss to Tampa Bay.
The Opelousas City Council has adopted a budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
A funnel cloud was spotted in St. Mary Parish this evening.
The St. Martin Parish School Board is moving forward in negotiations with fired Superintendent Lottie Beebe.
Abbeville Police and The Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office are working together in a newly-formed initiative targeting crime in the city. The new section is called the
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Today, Lafayette’s Olive Garden stopped by thirteen fire stations in the area to bring food to show appreciation for their hard work.
Today two funeral homes joined together to remember first responders for what they do from day to day. Ray Dupre, an organizer for the event,
Acadia Crime Stoppers is asking for help from the public in solving a shooting that occurred on August 26, 2018, at 1:00 a.m. at a residence in the 100 block of W. 3rd Street in Crowley.
Today, more than 300 students, faculty, staff, parents, and alums of The Academy of the Sacred Heart and Berchmans Academy participated in a Global Day of Service on September 11.
BATON ROUGE – The State Apprenticeship Council approved two programs during its August meeting held at the Louisiana Workforce Commission’s (LWC) Baton Rouge headquarters. Morton
UPDATE: The standoff at South Magnolia near Pinhook Road has ended. A suspect is now in custody.
According to Law enforcement officials, a part-time supplemental band instructor was arrested on four counts of child pornography. The Attorney Generals Office says 23-year-old Kevin Forestier
An Iberia Parish school that was closed today will resume on Wednesday.
It has been another soggy day for Acadiana with on and off light to moderate showers as a stationary front remains situated over the region.
Later this evening the showers should begin to fade but it will still be a damp night which could lead to some patchy fog but we might have enough of a light ENE breeze to prevent the fog from getting to too thick.
The LSU Tiger Band Color Guard has its first male performer since about 1987 and likely its first male flag performer. The Advocate reports that
The Iberia Veterans Association has canceled its annual Patriot’s Day ceremony set for tonight because of inclement weather.
The City of St. Martinville has rescinded its boil water advisory for all residents except for those living on Oak Drive.
Today, a settlement was reached with a St. Landry Parish Head Start administrator over its use of federal grants, stated United States Attorney David C. Joseph.
The St. Martin Parish School Board was in executive session for more than an hour hoping to come to a resolution to avoid litigation. School
The Lafayette Fire Department remembered those who lost their lives on the 17th anniversary of 9/11. The memorial was held in Downtown Lafayette Tuesday morning.
Officials with the Church Point Water system says that some customers are NO LONGER under a boil water advisory.
The City of Jennings will be getting a grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs for the new Southwest Louisiana Veterans Cemetery. The US Department