KATC is partnering with the Love Our Schools Foundation to help repair and refurbish eight deserving Lafayette Parish schools. The campaign kicks off in July but before
Fountain Memorial Funeral Home and Cemetery in Lafayette will host its annual Memorial Day program on May 27th.
While working on a unique Mother’s Day gift, one Rapides Parish teen and his father had a shocking emergency. Katie Lopez shares the story and how the EMS team’s quick actions saved that teen’s life.
Lafayette Parks and Recreation 2019 Summer Enrichment Program registration will be on May 17th and May 24th. The program dates are June 10th through July 26th.
After a very stormy Sunday morning, things will be quieting down this week as a ridge of high pressure will build over the Southeastern United
If you drive along any highway in Acadiana you’re bound to see two magical words, Specialty Meats. Daniel Phillips finds out more about the tradition of smoked meats in Acadiana.
On today’s Dave Trip: We become one with nature and take in all the beautiful sights and sounds of Chicot State Park in Evangeline Parish.
The Smoked Meat Festival returns this year in May. This weekend, May 17 & 18, the civic center grounds in Ville Platte will be full
Many don’t know this but Floyd’s Record Shop in Ville Platte has a rich history of preserving the music of Southwest Louisiana.
Floyd Soileau started the shop more than 60 years ago.
On today’s Ca C’est Bon, KATC’s Abby Breidenbach is joined in the Vermilion kitchen by Chef Marcus Bergeron. On the menu, tasso chicken pasta. For
Laine Hardy, the American Idol finalist from Livingston Parish, kicked off his hometown visit by meeting with Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards.
The Wounded War Heroes of Acadiana Organization is hosting their 2nd annual fundraising banquet this May.
ASO&C and LSM are teaming up once again to offer you Summer Camps that are out of this world! Four week long camps offer fun and educational experiences for children ages 7 to 14.
The main road through Gueydan can be a quiet place, but we found our story with a little effort inside the building of the Gueydan
Four-year-old Maverick Schwartzenburg was just an average boy until his cancer diagnosis. But through the help of St. Jude, he and his parents have found new hope for his continued recovery.