The stage is set for the 10th annual Bayou Country Superfest.
May 24, 2019
Breaux Bridge High School honored two students who would have graduated tonight.
The Morganza Spillway will divert water from the Mississippi River to the Atchafalaya Basin where some areas are already seeing flooding and now bracing for the possibility of even more.
A Port Barre police officer is getting recognition for helping out a family in need. The officer says his good deed was just part of the job.
HOOVER, Ala. – The No. 5 seed LSU baseball team exploded for 12 runs on 12 hits to run rule Mississippi State and advance to the SEC Tournament semifinal round Friday night at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium.
A colony of termites is swarming a Lafayette neighborhood.
The Institute For Childhood Preparedness hosted an active shooter training workshop in Lafayette today.
The 10th-ranked LSU softball team fell to No. 12 Minnesota, 5-3 in game one of the Minnesota Super Regional in Minneapolis. The Tigers fall to 43-18 on the year, while the Gophers improve to 45-12.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A federal judge blocked on Friday President Donald Trump from building sections of his long-sought border wall with money secured under his declaration of a national emergency.
For the third time the Southern Nationals Disc Golf Championship is in Lafayette bringing some of the regions best disc golfers to Acadia.
Iberia Parish Clerk of Court Michael Thibodeaux returned to court Friday where jurors heard further testimony from the trial’s extensive list of witnesses. The trial
The Morganza Spillway is swollen, and residents in the area are anxious for the Army Corps of Engineers to open it.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – A federal judge is temporarily blocking a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. U.S.
Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin has filed an appeal in the lawsuit over the Lafayette Home Rule Charter that was dismissed earlier this month by
Memorial Day Weekend usually marks the unofficial start of summer, and this weekend the weather in Acadiana will be in full summer mode as high pressure dominates across the entire Gulf Coast.
MELVILLE, La. – St. Landry Parish Animal Control (SPLAC) has taken in two neglected horses and the Humane Society of Louisiana (HSL) is asking
St. Landry Parish District Attorney Earl Taylor says he will not prosecute Animal Control & Rescue Director Stacey Alleman. In a statement Friday, Taylor stated
A temporary barge floodgate is set to be installed on Bayou Chene ahead of the anticipated opening of the Morganza Spillway in June. On Friday,
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Eight years to the day after a devastating tornado killed 161 people and injured more than 1,100 in Joplin, another
By JAMES SAVAGE UL Lafayette LAFAYETTE, La. – Raymond Blanco couldn’t wait. The retired University of Louisiana at Lafayette administrator and coach lifted the
St. Martin Parish Government is alerting residents to a meeting next week focusing on the the Morganza Spillway. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will
The Mamou Police Department is asking for help in giving back to one of their own who lost their home in the recent storms on
ERATH, La. – As part of the Memorial Day weekend, the Acadian Museum in Erath hosted a memorial event today commemorating the 50th anniversary of
On Sunday, June 2, Respire Haiti will host its inaugural fundraising event entitled “Friends of Respire Haiti” at Le Triomphe in Broussard.
Residents in Ville Platte were provided with supplies following Sunday’s storms that dealt major damage to parts of the city. Friday, the city set up
SHREVEPORT, La. – Morris & Dickson Company LLC has agreed to pay the United States $22 million in civil penalties to resolve claims that it
The few women who are CEOs of the largest U.S. companies typically make more money than their male counterparts but aren’t close to the top
Giles Automotive says they have exceeded their goal for funds for their Give Back campaign for three churches burned in St. Landry Parish. Donations are
The Coast Guard says they have suspended the search for the man missing in the Mississippi River in St. James Parish.
The Department of Transportation and Development began deploying sand sacks along the flooded portion of LA 70 in lower St. Martin Parish. DOTD says that