While Hurricane Helene and Sub-Tropical Storm Joyce churn in the Eastern Atlantic (see earlier story), all attention remains on Hurricane Florence, and to much lesser degrees, Tropical Storm Isaac and the potential tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico.
September 12, 2018
The Lafayette region lost 500 jobs in July compared to last year, making it the only metro area in the state to see a drop.
A new fitness craze has arrived in Lafayette. The craze is called “plogging” and it will now help rid Lafayette’s streets of clutter. ” It
Crowley Police say they have made an arrest in a recent home invasion in the 1400 block of North Avenue L. Police Chief Jimmy Broussard
Cajun players say they have no ill-will towards former head coach Mark Hudspeth. The man who led Louisiana to five consecutive bowls will line up on the opposite sideline of UL Saturday for the first time.
Funeral arrangements are pending for former Daily Advertiser executive editor and UL journalism instructor Charles Lenox. Lenox died Tuesday, September 11, 2018, he was 80. Lenox spent more
Slide or not to Slide? that is the question. ‘Slide son, slide,’ is the answer LSU quarterback Joe Burrow is hearing from his head coach.
The Lafayette Airport Commission is working with Bell Helicopter on a process for the company to leave its building at the airport. Last month, the
A total of $892,096 in federal grants were announced Wednesday for three Louisiana fire departments. Officials say these grants are part of the Assistance to Firefighters
Four former Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns student-athletes, the matriarch of the Ragin’ Cajuns softball program and a key administrator responsible for many of the recent athletics facility improvements, make up the 2018 Louisiana Athletics Hall of Fame class, in an announcement on Sunday by the Board of Directors of the Ragin’ Cajuns Letterman Club.
A challenging slate featuring three games against NJCAA National Tournament participants and 18 home games are some highlights of the inaugural schedule for LSU Eunice men’s basketball which was released on Wednesday.
The St. Landry District Attorney is dismissing murder charges against a man in jail for a 2016 double homicide.
The Student Government Association at SLCC hosted a “Know Your Rights” session today at the college on Devalcourt Drive in Lafayette. Students were able to ask
According to the FDA, more than two million middle and high school students were regular users of e-cigarettes last year. Now, the FDA is giving manufacturers two months to prove they can keep their devices away from minors.
While Acadiana can expect scattered, primarily afternoon tropical showers and thunderstorms over the next few days, fortunately there will be little or no direct impacts from a disturbance moving through the Gulf of Mexico.
A boil advisory has been issued for some customers of the Lawtell Water District following a water main break. Residents of the following streets in
All seven Madison Parish Detention Center escapees have been captured, and are back in jail, according to the LA Department of Corrections. A manhunt began
An Opelousas branch of the Air Evac Lifeteam company has deployed in anticipation of Hurricane Florence. American Medical Response has a contract with FEMA to
Police are investigating a vehicle fire in Lafayette.
UPATE: Opelousas Police say they have found no human remains in the home on Hirsch Alley. Opelousas Police were investigating possible human remains in Opelousas
UPDATE: This afternoon Kenner Mayor Ben Zahn said at a press conference that he is withdrawing his memo issuing a “ban” on Nike products purchases
The Bayou Teche National Wildlife Refuge will be awarded over $9million dollars in conservation funding for wetland habitats. The grant, announced by the Migratory Bird
The complaint comes about a year after the university fired head coach Mike Lotief
Police are still searching for a suspect wanted in connection with a homicide.
This week is National Drive Electric Week across the country.
There are nearly 300 events happening across the country and several events here in Acadiana to teach people about the benefits of electric cars.
A West Baton Rouge man is in jail following an arrest on the alleged theft of 15 horses in Evangeline and St. Landry Parish. The
A Louisiana abortion clinic is asking a state judge to throw out a 2015 state rewrite of clinic regulations, saying the health department ignored the rules for making such changes.
The United States may have reclaimed the title of the world’s biggest oil sooner than expected.