UL students are taking a stand against racial graffiti that was written on campus.
Most of you will probably be braving the bone-chilling cold indoors. But not everyone is as fortunate. For those who don’t have a warm bed
The family of a St. Landry Parish man who allegedly drove his car into a bayou is seeking answers.
Lafayette Regional Airport is moving forward with plans for an expansion.
Wednesday night, the Lafayette Parish School Board named Milton Elementary student Colin McGhee an honorary school board member.
When it comes to school security, now, there’s an app for that.
Monday night, the city-parish council put a stop to any negotiations to sell or lease LUS, or allow an outside company to manage the utility.
In a letter to LPUA and City-Parish council members as well as Mayor-President Joel Robideaux, NextGen stated they “are respectfully withdrawing our proposal.” The company
NOTE: Our story identifies Ms. Derouselle as the victim’s wife. She was introduced to us by the victim’s father as the victim’s wife. A family
The Lafayette City-Parish Council is closer to a balanced budget after a special meeting today.
Thankfully that scary weather held out and trick-or-treaters got to hit the streets.
The Lafayette Police Department held its second annual trunk or treat event. Dozens of families came out to enjoy a safe environment for trick-or-treating. “Kids
Tuesday morning, Milton Elementary held a general assembly, but the students soon learned that it was actually a surprise reveal for a fifth-grade student, Colin
A St. Landry Parish woman is celebrating her journey through 100 years. “But it doesn’t seem that long. It seems like it was only yesterday,”
Tuesday is the last day of early voting. The 3rd district congressional race is the most crowded race for a Louisiana seat in the US
To get into the Halloween spirit, dozens of corgi owners got together at Brown Memorial Park in Lafayette to show off their pups in costume.
In Acadia Parish, Rayne voters will decide who will be their police chief during the November 6th election. The current police chief and a former
The coulee in question is one of more than 20 coulees on a list of drainage projects that was approved by voters last year. In November, a tax rededication was passed to fund drainage improvements.
October marks bullying prevention month. According to a recent study, Louisiana ranks number one for the state with the biggest bullying problem.
90-year-old Annie is still kicking around with her high energy, and 89-year-old Albert still loves to dance with beer in one hand and Annie in the other.
More than 100 people attended a vigil for Brandon Broussard at the Backstreet Boxing Club in Carencro.
The Lafayette City-Parish Council is considering its options on the future of LUS. Tonight, the council tried to force Mayor-President Joel Robideaux for his position
For just $35, you can hire Snickers the Clown to sneak up on your friends and scare the daylight out of them.
About 15 years ago, she made it her mission to compete in races in all 50 states. This weekend she completed that mission, after being diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer earlier this year.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 12 percent of women have difficulty getting pregnant or carrying to term. Hundreds of those
The beautiful weather this weekend brought a lot of people out Girard Park for Festival Acadiens
Tonight, NextGen, a company with the Bernhard Group, presented its proposal to take over management of the city-owned utility, but they could face some competition
Monday night, the community was able to voice their concerns and hear about safety improvements in the area at a town hall at the Martin Luther King Center.
For many kids, Christmas is their favorite holiday, from seeing the streets lit up to the gifts under the tree, and for one boy in Youngsville, it’s no different.
According to the library, the story time is being postponed because of the last minute loss of venue, not permanently cancelled.