First Baptist of Lafayette said goodbye to their pastor of 14 years yesterday. Steve Horn was selected last week to be the new executive director
The Acadiana Food Alliance, in partnership with EatLafayette, is launching the inaugural South Louisiana Food Summit being held June 17 – 18. The two-day summit
BATON ROUGE, La. – The Louisiana Center for the Book in the State Library of Louisiana announced the 2019 Louisiana winners of the annual Letters
Oxford, MS – All magical runs must come to an end. Louisiana softball falling to Ole Miss 5-4, as the Rebels advance to Super Regionals.
Residents tell us that the two people who spray painted racist and homophobic slurs, curse words and male genitals on homes and vehicles near South
The annual hibiscus show and sale was held today at Cathedral Carmel school. The Mike Bernard Acadiana Chapter of the American Hibiscus Society hosted the
Lafayette Consolidated Government says that the Kids to Parks event scheduled for Sunday has been postponed. The postponing of the event is due to severe
Nearly 200 shelter pets from Louisiana and Mississippi are settling into their new digs on the East Coast after being flown from Lafayette.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Acadiana is getting a big paycheck after Saturday’s Wine Women & Shoes event.
A record-setting motorcyclist is making it his mission to raise money for veterans struggling with mental illness.
Those with a palate for wine enjoyed the ultimate daytime drinking experience in Youngsville today.
Volunteers with the American Red Cross are helping reduce house fires in Acadiana.
MONROE, La. – Louisiana’s bats were virtually unstoppable on Saturday afternoon, racking up a season-high 25 hits, the most since 2005, to take down ULM, 19-8,
OXFORD, Miss. (Press Release) – One moment of forcing the action on the base path and the steadfastness of Summer Ellyson in the circle led to a 2-0 win
A bill that could allow electric scooters to return to Lafayette will go before a House committee on Monday.