According to the library, the story time is being postponed because of the last minute loss of venue, not permanently cancelled.
October 4, 2018
Ville Platte Police say they are investigating a fatal shooting in the city. Police Chief Neal Lartigue says the shooting occurred on the 600 block
In 2018 more college football teams than ever appear to be using multiple quarterbacks
Lafayette Police are on the scene of a crash on the 3000 block of West Congress involving a truck and a motorcycle. Police on scene
In Eunice, there’s a mayoral race on the ballot. Current Mayor Scott Fontenot is up for reelection and has a competitor hoping to take his seat
LAFAYETTE – Organizers with Project Front Yard are honoring those in the community who volunteer to help make Lafayette Parish beautiful.
Thursday night the Frozard Cultural District asked the public to discuss growing the community as part of community building workshops. The Building Stronger Communities workshop was
Convicted City Marshal Brian Pope’s attorneys are preparing for appeals.
The Duchamp Opera House in St. Martinville will soon be reopening its doors.
Because of the “Me Too” movement and most recently the Brett Kavanaugh investigation, sexual assault has been in the news. For some survivors, hearing about
A rare guitar stolen from a Lafayette business over the summer is back with its owners tonight.
ALDS series begins Friday
LAFAYETTE (PRESS RELEASE) – A pair of tournaments at Lamson Park, trips to tournaments at Baylor and Oklahoma, and an increase in midweek contests highlight
The Disabled American Veterans Office stopped in Lafayette to help area veterans and their families.
After another summer-like, relatively dry Friday, the chances of showers and storms will be on the increase for Acadiana this weekend. And during the course of the weekend, a tropical disturbance in the Western Caribbean will be monitored closely as it slowly edges northwestward toward the Gulf of Mexico.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Four Louisiana men have been indicted on charges that they tried to bribe a Mississippi sheriff with $2,000 in casino chips
Officials say that classes at Plaisance Elementary will resume on Friday, October 5th despite a broken water line. The ruptured pipe on the Plaisance Water
The fourth person wanted in connection with the embezzlement of funds from a local business has been arrested, according to the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s
Iberia Crime Stoppers is asking the public for help in solving a robbery.
Our Lady of Lourdes held a groundbreaking on a new emergency center in Scott.
Police are asking for help from the public in locating four wanted fugitives in Lafayette.
A Honduran man has been arrested in Lake Charles accused of raping a person at a local motel. Officials say that on Saturday, September 29th, 2018,
The Lafayette Public Library’s “Drag Queen Story Time” will now be moved to South Louisiana Community College to accommodate larger anticipated crowds.
LAFAYETTE, La. – Cal’s Western Store may be closed for good, but the store’s famous horse is getting a new home. It will be repainted and
An Arizona company has recalled more than 6.5 million pounds of beef that could be contaminated with salmonella.
The Zachary Fire Department shared a post on their Facebook page on Wednesday, congratulating members of their crew who recently welcomed new bundles of joy.
A woman who collected $10,000 in life insurance proceeds after the 2015 death of a Baton Rouge man she claimed to be married to was
Gov. John Bel Edwards announced the purchase of the former Avondale Shipyards site in Jefferson Parish by Avondale Marine LLC this morning. The shipyard, which
St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s deputies have arrested two Breaux Bridge attorneys and booked them with conspiracy and theft. One of the attorneys is Walter Glenn