KATC has all your top local, state, and national headlines for Monday, April 15, 2019. Here’s what’s happening today! Top Stories 1 dead, 1 wounded
UPDATE: All lanes of I-10 East on the Bonnet Carre Spillway are now OPEN. A multi-vehicle crash on Friday morning involving an 18-wheeler sent frozen
On Lafayette’s St. Thomas More campus, you see the signs, the words, and feel the spirit and energy of an extra-special something called Hopefest. Dane Adams with STM’s Campus Ministry
Crawfish lovers, listen up! Next month, organizers with Downtown Lafayette are holding an event up on the rooftops and it includes eating crawfish. Abby Breidenbach
King Gabriel’s Parade is now making its way through Lafayette. The parade, which began at 10:00 am, will make its way down the Lafayette parade route
This morning, GMA was LIVE all over Acadiana taking in the sights and sounds of Mardi Gras. For a full schedule of parades, courirs, and
Nature’s Path is recalling three types of their EnviroKidz cereal because they may contain undeclared gluten.
On today’s Ca C’est Bon, we head back to Vermilionville to cook up a delicious dish of smothered potatoes, perfect for those remaining winter days.
A Monday night traffic stop in Crowley led to the arrest of one man and the discovery of 29 pounds of marijuana valued at $75,000.
A Port Barre man is dead following a fatal three-vehicle crash on US 190 Tuesday night in St. Landry Parish.
Following Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, Louisiana legislators offered their thoughts on the president’s speech and his call for bipartisanship.
A grand jury in St. Landry Parish has indicted an Opelousas man on charges of second-degree murder on Tuesday.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell gives “State of the League Address” in Atlanta. Goodell spoke on the no-call Sunday saying that “We understand the frustration of
A recent ban on one Mandeville company’s Facebook ads featuring plastic king cake babies has finally been lifted.
A petition started on Sunday calling for a rematch between the Saints and Rams has reached over 500,000 signatures on Tuesday.
Vitalant, formerly United Blood Services, is asking for donors to join first responders in helping to donate blood during National Blood Donor Month.
Tonight, a candlelight vigil will be held in the city of Marksville for those involved in the fatal crash last week in Florida.
A woman in Tennessee made a pretty impressive catch on December 30 when she pulled in an 88-pound catfish.
Another pharmaceutical company has issued a voluntary recall for blood pressure medication due to concerns it may contain a certain cancer-causing impurity.
State Police say a moped driver was killed on New Year’s Day after being struck from behind by another vehicle on US 190 in Evangeline Parish.
An Acadiana woman is continuing to honor the memory of her husband by attending the 130th Rose Parade today in Pasadena, California
The residents of LaButte Street in Carencro say their neighborhood was damaged Thursday when a tornado passed through the area. Resident Ernie Fontenot says he
Chances look slim for ending the partial government shutdown any time soon.
A long-time Lafayette physician in women’s health has announced his retirement after 45 years of practice. Dr. James Zehnder, one of the founding physicians of
There’s still one more chance to cross off “become a millionaire” from your 2018 resolutions list.
Police say the suspect has been identified and that officers are applying for a warrant for his arrest.
Lafayette Consolidated Government says that Republic Services will not collect residential garbage or recycling in Lafayette Parish on Christmas Day, Tuesday, December 25.
The Coast Guard says two adults and four children were rescued early Monday morning from a disabled vessel in the Atchafalaya Bay near Morgan City.
With Christmas music blaring, students got quite the Christmas surprise upon arrival at L Leo Judice Elementary School in Scott.
The New Iberia Police Department has released an update on the suspicious package found Wednesday in the 400 block of Main Street.