LAFAYETTE – Louisiana Women’s Basketball (5-14, 3-5 SBC) were done in by a late fourth quarter run by the UT Arlington Lady Mavericks (15-5, 7-2 SBC),
January 29, 2019
Students at Gueydan High School are headed back to school on Wednesday, but not before they learn about what to do if they see a bat in the building.
St. Martinville Mayor Melinda Mitchell and District 1 Councilman Mike Fuselier are inviting the public to take a more active role in the government.
An update on the construction at Kaliste Saloom and E Broussard Rd. The intersection will soon become a roundabout. The $14.5 million project is expected
St. Landry-Evangeline United Way is showing the community their appreciation with a banquet.
LAFAYETTE – Students at Woodvale Elementary showed off their coding skills with a presentation to parents and faculty. In the school’s library on Tuesday, students presented
Anthony Davis’ agent let everyone know he wants out of New Orleans, and now it will cost his client $50,000.
At 89-years-old, Coerte Vorhees has enough stories to fill a novel or a series of novels on everything from his time on the swamps to the people he’s met along the way.
The first phase for the extension of Apollo Road in Scott is now open.
Volunteers to provide free tax preparation for qualifying residents
Louisiana returns it’s core of hitters, but offers up a revamped pitching staff in 2019.
Funeral services for St. Landry School Board member John Miller, Jr. have been announced. Miller was recently elected on December 8, 2018, to serve as the
An investigation into possible malfeasance in office by Vermilion Parish School Board members is suspended indefinitely by a Vermilion Parish Grand Jury, according to District
The Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating the felony theft of a cargo utility trailer and 1200 pounds of copper wire from Entergy, located at 1134 Osage Trail in northeast Acadia Parish, that occurred January 20.
The Scott Fire Department is now utilizing an app to improve firefighters’ efficiency and effectiveness when responding to an incident.
Today, bats are being removed from a Gueydan High School, and students will report for a half-day on Wednesday.
232-HELP is working to get and give heaters to the Acadiana Community The Heater Campaign Relief Fund is accepting donations for providing heaters to give
Once the sun goes down tonight high clouds will filter over Acadiana which should hold lows in the lower 30s.
With temperatures only bottoming out near freezing for a couple hours pipes will be fine tonight but plants will need to be covered as patchy frost is a possibly.
Sheriff K.P. Gibson announced today that the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Scholarship Program is currently underway. The Louisiana Sheriffs’ Scholarship Program will award scholarships providing assistance to
Babies at Opelousas General were gifted with knitted and crocheted hats as part of the Little Hats, Big Hearts program. Starting in February, babies will
HOUSTON (AP) – An attempt to serve a search warrant at a suspected drug house quickly turned into a gunbattle that killed two suspects and
Two teenagers have been arrested, accused of setting a vacant house on fire in Eunice, according to the State Fire Marshal’s Office. Two 15-year-old boys were
LA DOTD is reporting a ruptured gas line near Ridge Road and Crip Lane. Ridge Rd. west of Crip to the intersection of Fieldspan will
The reward for information on the shooting of several cows in Jeff Davis Parish has been increased again after a bull was found shot in the head on January 25.
Authorities from Livingston and Ascension Parish held a press conference at noon on Tuesday to provide more details in the murder case involving suspect Dakota Theriot.
A man and a woman are accused of an armed robbery in Lake Charles. On January 28 at 12:40 a.m., the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s
LAS VEGAS (AP) – The FBI has concluded its investigation into the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history without determining a motive. The FBI
Donald Trump’s longtime friend Roger Stone has pleaded not guilty to charges in the special counsel’s Russia investigation.
By JAMES SAVAGE UL Lafayette Stout razor clams may be on the cutting edge of oil spill cleanup, according to University of
Ten dogs taken from a South Korea breeding operation where they were destined for a dinner table have arrived in Louisiana.