The investigation into Vermilion Parish superintendent Jerome Puyau is on hold.
The Vermilion Parish School Board is meeting this evening to move forward with their investigation into Superintendent Jerome Puyau.
The Lafayette Public Library Board of Control held their first meeting Monday night, since the controversy started. Their message: they have no plans to intervene.
UPATE: Opelousas Police say they have found no human remains in the home on Hirsch Alley. Opelousas Police were investigating possible human remains in Opelousas
For the first time since 1996, the flood maps are being updated. These changes mean ratings for flood insurance policies will increase for many homeowners who will now be placed in a flood zone and face higher insurance rates.
September is NICU awareness month, a time to honor families in the neonatal intensive care unit and those who serve them. Steps To Heaven, an Abbeville non-profit, is helping those families by recycling donated clothing and fabrics and creating gowns for NICU babies.
The Vermilion Parish School Board has postponed a hearing for Superintendent Jerome Puyau “until further notice.” It’s been nearly a month since Puyau was put on paid leave, when the board compiled a list of complaints and allegations against him.
In December, residents in the unincorporated area of Lafayette Parish will vote on a new fire protection tax. That 10-mill tax is expected to raise
It’s storm season and drainage is at the top of everyone’s minds, but what some people don’t think about is how littering affects those drains.
Tuesday, August 28, 2018, marks the 55th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. To commemorate Dr. King’s legacy, people in
On the Southside, two big construction projects are underway near the intersection of Kaliste Saloom and E Broussard Road, causing some concerns over traffic for those who travel the roads every day.
The Lafayette Public Library’s Board of Control will consider the future of Drag Queen Story Time at the library. Mayor-President Joel Robideaux says he’s urging
The goal of the event is to talk to young children about family issues, accepting people’s differences and preventing bullying because of those differences, but the idea has been met with mixed feelings.
To change, or to not change the flag of Acadiana. UL Political Science professor Rick Swanson says the Acadiana flag should be more inclusive.
The family still needs blood donors. You can go to the Lourdes Blood Donor Center on Ambassador Cafferey and donate blood in the name of Marlee, Jaiden and Bentley Sinitiere.
The Lafayette Parks and Recreation department is looking at new initiatives to help fund improvements to their parks.