As Louisiana prepares to host Coastal Carolina Saturday, there is an understanding that there is something bigger going on.
September 19, 2018
He asked the council to instead use the money they would have paid him to fund an assistant clerk position in town hall.
The family of a teen killed last week in a hit-and-run is remembering her on her birthday.
The lawyer for Vermilion Parish Schools Superintendent Jerome Puyau is warning the school board of potential legal troubles after the board placed the superintendent on administrative leave in August.
LSU will unveil a statue of the late Dr. Billy Cannon, the school’s only Heisman Trophy winner, on Friday, Sept. 28, the night before the Tigers host Ole Miss in Tiger Stadium.
A St. Martinville police officer was recently fired over what the chief calls aggressive behavior.
St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s deputies are making sure senior citizens know how to stay protected.
Many volunteers of ‘Cajun Navy Relief’ are returning home from the Carolinas today. About 120 members brought a fleet of boats to focus their efforts
The chances of scattered showers and thunderstorms will improve for the rest of the week and into the weekend, helping to take the edge off
St. Landry Parish Crime Stoppers is asking for your help in solving a home burglary in Opelousas.
Students at New Iberia’s St. Edward School walked, ran, and jogged to raise money. Wednesday, the school held their 14th annual Race for Education where
Morgan City High School posted on their Facebook page that yearbooks are being recalled because of a mistake.
Investigators with the Broussard Police have arrested two in connection with an armed robbery. While investigating an alleged armed robbery at a Broussard home, police
Scott firefighters were dispatched Tuesday evening to Iles des Cannes Apartments on Sweetbriar Street after a vehicle struck one of the units.
They allege the late priest Kenneth Morvant sexually abused them from 1971 at least until 1979.
Three members of the Lafayette City-Parish Council posted explanations Wednesday for their refusal to vote on a resolution that would have “denounced” a plan to
BY Charlie Bier UL Lafayette For the fifth consecutive year, a record number of students have enrolled at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. A
Grant Robicheaux, a California physician who graduated from LSU and appeared in a reality TV dating show was charged along with an alleged female accomplice with drugging and sexually assaulting two women. Authorities said there could be more victims.
“I think we need to take it seriously. And we’re trying to take this allegation seriously,” Kennedy said. “I also believe in due process.”
A woman injured in a car fire last week is still in the hospital, recovering. As we reported, the fire started in a vehicle that
St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s deputies are investigating two Amelia burglaries of welding supplies. On Friday, September 7, a business owner discovered his business had been
The UL Lafayette Athletics Department will be collecting supplies to send to those affected by Hurricane Florence before Saturday’s game against Coastal Carolina.
The pontoon bridge in Butte LaRose will be closed to all traffic beginning early morning Thursday, September 20, 2018, through Thursday, October 4, 2018, for bridge repairs.
President Donald Trump is in New Bern, North Carolina today assisting volunteers in handing out warm meals to those affected by Hurricane Florence. The president is visiting the area to review damage caused by the storm.
St. Edward School hosted its 14th Annual Race for Education today. Faculty, staff and students participate in the annual event, walking, running or jogging around
A boil water advisory has been issued for all customers along Highway 190 westward to Opelousas from Bayou Teche Bridge, Odom Street, Midway Lane, Robert
“It’s going to continue to stall the development of LNG facilities in Louisiana until there’s more clarity on the issue.”
Calling all Hurricane Katrina evacuees.
A grandmother in Polk County, Texas is showing off her hunting skills after she managed to nab a 12-foot long, 580-pound alligator at her family ranch.
The event will take place Sunday, September 23rd in the Lafayette General Grand Molett Medical Arts Center parking lot.