ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) – Dak Prescott desperately scrambled for a first down in a game of fourth-quarter keepaway, then took three knees from the New
November 29, 2018
DALLAS – The New Orleans Saints fall short tonight after losing to the Cowboys 13-10.
Thursday night, the Louisiana Impact Series held their final conversation on Women Leading the Energy Industry. The discussion was focused on women’s experiences in the
Catholic Charities of Acadiana held their Cocktails and Bowling Benefit to help fundraiser for the work they do in the community. Tonight, the organization held
Officers with the Opelousas Police Department are looking for the person responsible for the theft of a political sign.
After three days, testimony ended on Thursday for the Bayou Bridge Pipeline eminent domain lawsuit. 16th Judicial District Judge Keith Comeaux is taking the
The election is eleven months away, but already, you might be seeing an attack ad in the race for governor.
GRAND COTEAU – The administration and clergy at the Academy of the Sacred Heart unveiled the school’s refurbished gallery during a ribbon-cutting dedication today.
The chance of showers and storms will gradually increase for Acadiana into Friday afternoon, with a better chance of storms, some potentially severe, Friday night into early Saturday.
U.S. 90 West experienced heavy congestion Thursday evening following a crash involving a tanker truck and a pickup.
SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) – A federal judge has sentenced the former owner of a company involved in an explosion and cleanup in Louisiana to pay
Two Youngsville women were arrested, accused of bank fraud. Breaux Bridge Police say that 27-year-old Jalecia Jones and 57-year-old Lutricia Feast were arrested and booked
The Saints will be wearing their all-black jerseys and pants for their game against the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys will be wearing their classic white
Last night the Iberia Parish Council approved the coming year’s budget, but it wasn’t without some pain. The budget cuts nearly $500,000 in spending and
Two Crowley organizations are getting help with improving the city. First National Bank is donating more than $18,000 to help buy computers and other materials.
Iberia Crime Stoppers is sharing holiday crime prevention and safety tips.
NEW ORLEANS (PRESS RELEASE) – On the eve of the inaugural Sun Belt Conference Football Championship Game, the league unveiled its 2018 football postseason honors
For the first time in its history, ABC will broadcast all three days of the 2019 NFL Draft – including two nights of primetime coverage.
Police have released the name of the 25-year-old disabled woman killed from severe neglect, according to police. Cyra Shantell Marie Harrison, of Elizabeth, suffered from
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) – Louisiana’s transportation department says it expects to partially reopen a damaged Mississippi River bridge on Saturday, nearly two months after
A former Iberia Parish Sheriff’s deputy was booked into the Iberia Parish jail this week. Camisha Jackson, 38, was booked Monday with bank fraud, forgery
Crowley Police got a little help to hire their newest officer, and the helpers and the officer met today. Members of the Order of the
SOWELA Technical Community College and Cheniere Energy announced an Apprenticeship Program today. Officials from SOWELA Technical Community College and Cheniere Energy held a joint press
KLWB, the local MeTV affiliate that services Lafayette, will change frequencies tomorrow, Friday, November 30, as part of the FCC’s spectrum repack, which requires nearly 1,000 TV stations across the country to change frequencies over the next two years to make room for wireless broadband services.
Students were treated to a unique sight Thursday as Devin White, one of the most lauded college football players in the country, rode a horse through LSU’s campus.
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) – Drew Brees and the Saints try for an 11th straight win when they visit Dallas tonight. The 10-1 Saints can
A woman says a Southwest Airlines agent in Southern California mocked her 5-year-old daughter’s ‘Abcde’ name when they were preparing to board a flight home to Texas.
The Town of Krotz Springs experienced little to no water pressure in an isolated area of the distribution system this morning due to a break
Suicides and drug overdoses pushed up U.S. deaths last year, and drove a continuing decline in how long Americans are expected to live.
Earlier this month, we reported that Lafayette Police arrested a man accused of pointing a gun at children on a school bus. KATC Investigates made