Congrats to Cameron Blake and Michael Akins for winning FNF Play of the Week
September 23, 2018
A St. Landry Parish school is reflecting on its role in one of America’s greatest tragedies, the slave trade. It was a bittersweet day for many of the descendants of the enslaved people who gathered at the school.
LAFAYETTE, La. – Sophomore Una Einarsdottir’s first half goal lifted the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns soccer team to a 1-0 victory over ULM in Sun Belt Conference play on
LAFAYETTE – Carried by a steady and efficient offensive attack Texas State was able to claim a four-set match from Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns Volleyball on Sunday
Police say alcohol is a factor in a deadly two-vehicle crash on Ambassador Caffery Parkway.
No change to the forecast for the week ahead as the gloomy and rainy weather is sticking around for the Pelican State.
A front boundary will continue to be in place across the lower Tennessee Valley back into Arkansas and then down into SE Texas.
A man wanted in connection with the Pilot truck stop shooting earlier this month has turned himself in, Breaux Bridge Police say. Jared Ledet, 27,
NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Instead of opening before Mardi Gras, the new $1 billion terminal at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport won’t open
The Coast Guard has suspended its search for a person in the water near Baton Rouge. The Coast Guard searched approximately 30 square miles for
The Acadiana Center for the Arts Board of Directors has appointed Samuel Oliver as the organization’s Executive Director, a release on the AcA website states.
If you’d like to help homeless animals in Acadiana, you can stop by Bonefish Grill today for a special event. The event, Ales for Adoptable Tales,
Lafayette Police confirm that they are working a second shooting that happened early Sunday. This incident happened shortly before 2 a.m., when officers working in
The family of Donald Carroll is asking for help in locating him. “Donny,” as he is know, was last seen in Lafayette at St. Joseph’s
The 17th Annual Bridal Expo is underway at the Cajundome until 4 p.m. The event features displays from vendors offering wedding decor, formal wear, flowers, cakes
Sunday morning a broad low in the open north Atlantic was classified Subtropical Storm Leslie by the National Hurricane Center.
This is the 12th named storm of the 2018 season.
Community for a Cure held their annual fundraiser today, selling tasty jambalaya to fund Alzheimer’s research. The event, held at the LGMC Grand Molett Medical Arts
Voter Registration Week starts tomorrow in Louisiana. National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday. Activities are planned across the nation aimed at registering eligible citizens to
Here’s a look ahead at some of the events taking place around Acadiana this week. If you’d like to find more, check out our Acadiana
HOUSTON (AP) – Authorities say the owner of a Texas company that sells plans to make untraceable 3-D printed guns is back in the U.S.
It has been a question in Lafayette’s Catholic diocese for years: Will the list of “credibly accused” priests be released? Since the arrest earlier this
A late-night shooting has left a 21-year-old woman in critical condition in an area hospital.