January 21st is Blue Monday, considered the most depressing day of the year. And for Who Dat Nation, they’re feeling the blues a little extra
The Landry brothers from Abbeville never planned to go into the same career. Becoming firefighters just kind of happened.
A 14-year-old boy from Jennings is in the ICU after officials say he was accidentally shot in the neck on Sunday.
The Jeff Davis Sheriff’s Office is offering a reward for any information that leads to an arrest or conviction of the people involved in an animal cruelty case in Welsh.
Questions still loom over the future of Southside High School and the costs associated with expansion.
Some students at Southside High School could wind up at different schools as early as 2020. That’s because of overcrowding at the new school.
Tonight and tomorrow, school board member Jeremy Hidalgo will hold an informational meeting about the future of Southside High School. Already 1,400 students attend classes
According to the United Network for Organ Sharing, as of Sunday at 5:30 pm, 113,745 people are waiting for an organ transplant. And as of
Thursday kicked off the first night of the Mid-Winter Fair Rodeo. The annual event will feature the stars of the professional Rodeo Cowboy Association competing
Going on 20 days, the government shutdown is on track to be the longest in US history. The partial shutdown is affecting areas you may
LUS Fiber is now its own department within Lafayette Consolidated Government. The city-parish council approved an ordinance, splitting the company from the Lafayette Utilities System
Two weeks later, a small Christmas parade is still the talk of town in St. Martinville. The issue, the city didn’t authorize any permits. Monday
Opelousas is officially welcoming their new leaders. It was standing room only at the Civic Center as the mayor, police chief and four new council
When you’re ready to part ways with your Christmas tree, you can do so while helping the environment. Instead of taking up space in a
Today is the first day in office for the new mayor and police chief of Opelousas. Mayor Julius Alsandor and Chief Martin McLendon hope to
Fire officials say the fatal fire that happened on Saturday in Jeanerette started in the kitchen when the victim was cooking.
An update on the story that captivated people in Acadiana and statewide. America’s Cajun Navy is raising money for Bryson Thibodeaux, who was found safely
LAFAYETTE – This Christmas, not everyone is able to celebrate at home with their family. Some will spend it in the neonatal intensive care unit at Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
LAFAYETTE – Pediatric patients at Women’s and Children’s Hospital will now have something to make their spirits a little brighter.
Gun owners who own bump stocks will have to get rid of them in the new year.
The St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary that resulted in shots fired.
Deputies in Acadia Parish are looking for the driver who sped past a bus that was picking up a child in Morse. It was caught
The new year will mean new leaders in the City of Crowley, including a new mayor and six new aldermen.
In St. Mary Parish, black bears are walking through neighborhoods and going through trash cans. It’s an issue residents have been facing for years. Now
An Abbeville mother whose son was killed last year is working to put an end to gun violence.
Elections for the new Lafayette city and parish councils will take place next October. On Saturday, voters approved a charter amendment splitting the current nine-member
December 7, 1941, still lives in infamy 77 years after the Pearl Harbor attack, and we are fortunate to hear from a Sunset man who was there.
Some in a Lafayette neighborhood say they’re having issues with their mail service. People who live in subdivisions off East Martial Avenue say their mail
As the nation watches the funeral of Former President George HW Bush, one teacher at Acadiana High School is using this moment in history as
One of the oldest schools in Iberia Parish is set to close at the end of the school year.