The man accused of fatally shooting a Lafayette police officer and wounding three others, Ian Paul Howard, will go on trial for attempted murder on
One woman died in last night’s crash on Ambassador Caffery Parkway, police say. Tiara N. Dugar, 24, died in the crash, police said. The driver
The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest in connection with the allegations of an inappropriate relationship between an “extracurricular moderator” and a student.
On this morning’s edition of Ca C’est Bon, Abby Breidenbach was LIVE at Vermilionville and she’s showing us how to make a Mardi Gras favorite, king cake!
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. Board
A song by an Acadiana band is featured in a movie for the second time. Bobby Page and the Riff-Raffs wrote “I Love My Baby”
The Lafayette Police Department will be placing barricades out as Martin Luther King Jr Day approaches. Roads in Lafayette are expected to close for a
The Early College Academy Legal Eagle team, lead by coach Vickie Hebert and assistant coach Liz Tullier, competed at the UL Monroe Bayou Bash mock
The cold weather won’t stop swimmers with City of Lafayette Aquatics from taking part in the annual Polar Bear Swim. The swim-a-thon fundraiser relies on
Suspended Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope has entered yet another written plea of not guilty a day before his arraignment for his newest Lafayette Parish
This winter Coca-Cola, Shop Rite and Trinity Graphx are teaming up to ensure that everyone in Acadiana can have a warm coat.
Together they have set-up coat racks outside 5 Shop Rite locations in Lafayette.
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
Lafayette Consolidated Government says that the Lafayette Transit System will not provide service on Monday, January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Lafayette Consolidated Government announced that there will be no changes to the residential waste collection schedule on the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday in Lafayette
The Lafayette man accused of killing his father last week is in the Lafayette Parish Jail.