Festival International is the place for dancing to live music, having fun with friends, and eating some great food. But for Festival International Director Scott Feehan and his wife Peggy, it means a lot more.
If you plan on coming out to Festival International anytime this weekend, don’t forget that Cajun Field is the official parking area. Drivers now have
KATC is Getting Answers on damaged sidewalks in a Carencro neighborhood after causing accessibility issues for some residents, like Angel Siner. She has used a
Employees with Lafayette Consolidated Government will be getting a two-percent cost of living pay raise.
Festival International is just days away. The 33rd festival kicks off Wednesday and will take over downtown Lafayette.
The three Baptist churches, targeted by an arsonist, are celebrating this Easter with a new hope. With songs like “This Little Light of Mine” and
Acadia Parish is among the hardest hit areas in Acadiana following a stormy day.
KATC is getting answers about the Judson Walsh Bridge closure in Opelousas. The bridge was closed indefinitely in the fall after an inspection showed it
Electric scooters could return to the streets of Lafayette after state lawmakers consider a bill regulating them. In January, Mayor-President Joel Robideaux announced Bird and
Tonight we’re hearing from the family of the officer who was shot earlier this month in Abbeville. Kaitlyn Rudesill was shot during a traffic stop
Reverend Gerald Toussaint of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church says he and his congregation now have closure after an arrest was made in the fires that burned down their church and two others.
The Abbeville officer who was shot last week was released from the hospital yesterday after undergoing surgery.
Later this year, voters in Lafayette will consider re-dedicating library funds for roads, drainage, and parks. Tuesday night, the city-parish council approved a resolution that
Some independent pharmacies here in Acadiana and nationwide say they are struggling to stay in business because of some industry practices. Specifically, the way pharmacy
Tuesday was equal pay day, a national day highlighting the wage gap between men and women.
With Louisiana involved in a lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act, Acadiana lawmakers are looking to protect those who stand to lose their health insurance.
A Crowley rice mill will soon be exporting products to China.
Tuesday night, the Lafayette City-Parish Council voted to side with LCG attorneys and amend council districts by ordinance. At issue are some clerical errors that
Right on Crime, SLCC and the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office are encouraging businesses to hire former inmates and help reduce the cycle of re-incarceration. Wednesday,
In Vermilion Parish, a homeowner is pleading for more patrols along his road because speeding drivers keep crashing into his fence and that of his
Stepping outside of your comfort zone and having conversations about inequality from different perspectives: that’s the goal of one Lafayette organization. Throughout the month, Conversation
KATC is Getting Answers for some families who live on the line between Lafayette and Vermilion Parish. Looking at the picture of the map below,
A Crowley police officer could be facing disciplinary action by the civil service board, for comments he made on social media. It all started when
A Lafayette group is working to refurbish bikes and give them a new purpose. LCG partnered with a local non-profit called Bike Lafayette to collect
For the 8th year in a row, the New Iberia Marching Men are taking Main St. to spread the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day. And
Roughly 234 at-risk animals are flying to a second chance at finding a loving home.
Funding to re-vamp Main Street in Downtown Lafayette could be at risk. The Acadiana Metropolitan Planning Organization (AMPO) which granted the funding, identified the Main
One mother is considering legal action over her arrest for posting a video of a school fight on social media.
Some runners from today’s Zydeco Marathon will go on to qualify for the Boston Marathon and New York City Marathon. But not everyone in the
It’s the first Friday of Lent, meaning for those who honor it, there will be lots of seafood dinners.