Foster Friends of Acadiana is honoring a volunteer for her work in the community. Allix Chapman was named Volunteer of the Year during a ceremony
September 20, 2018
The investigation into Vermilion Parish superintendent Jerome Puyau is on hold.
The Acadiana Native Plant Project is honoring one of its founders.
Power for some customers in the City of Crowley has mostly been restored CLECO says the outage was caused by fallen trees on lines in
The property along the Bayou Teche in New Iberia that was once home to the Sisters of Mount Carmel is for sale.
Members of the group of Catholics say their efforts are “not an attempt to tear down the Catholic Church.”
Children at St. Francis Elementary School in Iota have a new place to play.
New Iberia Police say that one person was shot on Anne Street near 20 Arpent Road Thursday. That person was taken to a local hospital.
New Orleans Archbishop Gregory Aymond said Thursday he and other Louisiana bishops are discussing whether to release the names of clergy members who have been credibly accused of sexual abuse, according to Nola.com/The Times-Picayune.
Lawyers for Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope want a judge to allow the possibility of jury nullification in his upcoming criminal trial. In a motion
The chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms will be on the rise Friday into the weekend, with little change in the pattern anticipated for much of next week.
A St. Martinville woman has been arrested accused of stealing over 25,000 in funds over several years from a local business. St. Martin Parish deputies
One couple in Acadiana has experienced the good and the bad over the 80 years they’ve been married, but their love has carried them through.
You may soon notice some changes in Rayne as crews work on upgrades throughout the city.
CoverSix Training Academy is suing the Town of Church Point for $9 million dollars in damages after the town shut down the company’s training facility.
Iberia Crime Stoppers issues safety tips for the festival season.
The Maurice Village Council is denying a veteran’s request to move his trailer one block to a new location.
The family of a missing Lafayette man is asking for help locating him.
A man from Baldwin was found guilty today by a jury of vehicular homicide.
A Lafayette boy is asking for a little help after making a big difference in his community. Oliver Perry has been raising money for first
The Vermilion Parish School Board is meeting this evening to move forward with their investigation into Superintendent Jerome Puyau.
The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. Who? There are Ragin’ Cajuns fans still learning about one of the Sun Belts newest members, and Saturday’s showdown at CajunField will be the the first time these two teams meet in football.
The lawsuit claims “Lotief is a whistle blower and should be afforded all protections under the law.”
This Saturday, September 22, the Smithsonian and participating museums across the country will take part in Museum Day, an “annual celebration of boundless curiosity,” according to Smithsonian magazine.
Iberia Parish President M. Larry Richard announces the closure of Derouen Road on Tuesday while work is done on a crossing. The road will be
All lanes are now open I-10 West at mile marker 130 (before Whiskey Bay). Congestion is approaching Grosse Tete.
Start-ups, entrepreneurs, and small business owners in Louisiana are invited to apply to the Get Started Louisiana pitch competition for a chance to win a $10,000 prize package and showcase their savvy business ideas.
Lafayette native Peter Beyt won an Emmy for his work on Will & Grace. Beyt, who is a grad of Our Lady of Fatima High
National anti-LGBT groups have filed suit against Lafayette, the Governor, the AG and the library, seeking to stop the planned Drag Queen Story Time planned
The former Estherwood police chief has been arrested again on drug charges, according to the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office