City and parish officials in New Iberia took part in SMILE Symposium. The symposium was held at the Sliman Theatre. Those officials discussed what programs
The Vermilion Parish School Board met Thursday in a special meeting to fill a vacant seat and select a new vice president. Board member Dale
The Bayou Vermilion Preservation Association held their annual State of the River Meeting. The meeting which began at 5:00 pm was free and open to
Ville Platte Mayor Jennifer Vidrine provided an update to residents following the tornado and storms that moved through the city on Sunday Vidrine says that
Iberia Crime Stoppers is asking for help identifying the suspects involved in a theft from a business, located in the 600 block of Ember Drive.
KATC has all your top local, state, and national headlines for Thursday, May 23, 2019. Here’s what’s happening today! Top Stories Vermilion school board chooses
LAFAYETTE, La. – As part of their “Dog’s Day Out” event on Saturday, June 1 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, Ranch Outlet will be donating two
The new helicopter manufacturing company headed to Lafayette says they’re ahead of schedule. Christian Gras, Chief Customer Officer of Kopter Group, says because they took
Governor John Bel Edwards held a press conference addressing river flooding in Louisiana and the possibility of opening the Morganza Spillway. This press conference comes
Friends of Lafayette Animal Shelter (FLASh) has been named as a finalist in The Jackson Galaxy Project’s 2nd Annual Cat Pawsitive National High-Five Day contest.
By Staff Sgt. Garrett L. Dipuma, Louisiana National Guard Public Affairs Office. NEW ORLEANS – The Louisiana National Guard and Gov. John Bel Edwards
Lafayette City Marshal Mike Hill has winnowed down the number of his office’s reserve deputies — which had swelled to about 60 under his predecessor — to
St. Martin Parish residents will soon see new trash receptacles. Pelican Waste will be distributing new, clean, shiny blue, 95-gallon trash carts to residences in
Aurora Packing Company, Inc., a North Aurora, Ill. establishment, is recalling approximately 62,112 pounds of raw beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the
For the second time this week, Lafayette School System officials broke ground on a new wing project. Earlier this week, a project that will add
Lafayette Transit will not run on the Memorial Day holiday. LCG’s Department of Public Works, Transit Division has announced today, that due to the official
The Louisiana Department of Education today announced the finalists for the 2020 Teacher and Principal of the Year. The finalists were announced during a reception
Former Gov. Kathleen Blanco jokes about a social media post about her death.
The Point Blue Water System has lifted its boil water advisory. Water officials say the water is safe for consumption. The advisory was issued on
A boil advisory has been issued for the Town of Sunset. The advisory is due to a pump failure which is system-wide. The following places
On Thursday morning, deputies with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office gathered for the 2019 Law Enforcement Torch Run to bring awareness to the State’s Special Olympic Games
Cleco has upgraded its computer system to better serve the future needs of its customers, the company tells us. Because of that, Cleco’s customer service
It’s that time of year. A black bear was spotted this morning in the parking lot of a gas station in Pineville.
The Lafayette Police Department says five people were arrested following a narcotics investigation at a local business.
OPELOUSAS, La. – An Opelousas woman is accused of attempted murder after allegedly stabbing two people. On May 21, 2019, officers with the Opelousas Police
Today, Gov. John Bel Edwards and Delek US President and CEO Uzi Yemin announced the energy company will invest $150 million to enhance its refinery in Krotz Springs
Faith House is once again hosting their summer program entitled, “Love Is…” This program is open to all girls, ages 11 to 17. The primary
The Town of Sunset has been placed under a boil water advisory until further notice.
Chief Neal Lartigue has issued a warning to local businesses about recent scam calls received by several businesses. The chief is also asking for any information on those calls.
The Coast Guard says a search for a person missing in the Mississippi River began on Wednesday night in St. James Parish.