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New LPSS Teachers Inducted Video included

Over 150 educators gathered at South Louisiana Community College for Lafayette Parish School System's teacher induction program Wednesday. More>>

New Iberia residents may face insurance hike Video included

Homeowners insurance could rise in New Iberia, as the city's fire rating falls in 2014. The Property Insurance Association says there are some "deficiencies" with the city's fire protection. More>>

Man attempts suicide in courtroom Video included

Robbie Frith attempted suicide by cutting his wrists and throat with a concealed razorblade in a courtroom after being convicted on 5 counts of aggravated incest Thursday. More>>

Jazmine Thibodaux's 60 Minute Miracle Video included

60 Minute Miracle is one of our favorite segments here at News 10. The goal is to find a good samaritan who knows someone who could use $500. The catch is getting it all done in an hour.

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  • Thursday Night Forecast

    Thursday Night Forecast

    Moisture levels are increasing, leading to higher humidity levels and extra cloud cover. The clouds will produce scattered showers and thunderstorms Friday with highs in the upper 80's. The threat of pop-up showers and thunderstorms will continue for the weekend and early next week.
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    Moisture levels are increasing, leading to higher humidity levels and extra cloud cover. The clouds will produce scattered showers and thunderstorms Friday with highs in the upper 80's. The threat of pop-up showers and thunderstorms will continue for the weekend and early next week.

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  • Free Bus Travel for ULL Students Proposed

    Free Bus Travel for ULL Students Proposed

    Students at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette may soon have a new option for getting around Lafayette. A new proposal the Lafayette City-Parish Council is considering would allow UL Lafayette Students, faculty and staff to ride city buses in Lafayette for free with a university id card.
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    Students at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette may soon have a new option for getting around Lafayette. A new proposal the Lafayette City-Parish Council is considering would allow UL Lafayette Students, faculty and staff to ride city buses in Lafayette for free with a university id card.

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  • Charter School Budgets Approved

    Charter School Budgets Approved

    The Lafayette Charter Foundation has approved a fifteen million dollar budget for two Lafayette Parish Charter schools set to open in two weeks.  Acadiana Renaissance Charter Academy and Lafayette Renaissance Charter Academy will each have around seven-and-a-half million dollars to operate on for the upcoming school year.
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    The Lafayette Charter Foundation has approved a fifteen million dollar budget for two Lafayette Parish Charter schools set to open in two weeks.  Acadiana Renaissance Charter Academy and Lafayette Renaissance Charter Academy will each have around seven-and-a-half million dollars to operate on for the upcoming school year.

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  • 2014 Motor Vehicle Law Amendments to Affect Louisiana Drivers

    2014 Motor Vehicle Law Amendments to Affect Louisiana Drivers

    Troopers would like to highlight several changes that both drivers and passengers should be aware of while operating a vehicle on Louisiana’s roadways.More >>
    Troopers would like to highlight several changes that both drivers and passengers should be aware of while operating a vehicle on Louisiana’s roadways.More >>
  • Whole Foods Expected to Open in September

    Whole Foods Expected to Open in September

     The grand opening of Whole Foods Market on Ambassador is quickly approaching. The market is the leading natural and organic grocer in the U.S. As a company, they describe themselves as unique and not cookie cutter. They say each market is individual to meet the needs of the local community. More >>
    The grand opening of Whole Foods Market on Ambassador is quickly approaching. The market is the leading natural and organic grocer in the U.S. As a company, they describe themselves as unique and not cookie cutter. More >>
  • Universities go Smoke Free

    Universities go Smoke Free

    Starting Friday, public colleges and universities in Louisiana will be required to make their campuses smoke-free. Several schools have taken a step beyond that, making their campuses tobacco-free as well.
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    Starting Friday, public colleges and universities in Louisiana will be required to make their campuses smoke-free. Several schools have taken a step beyond that, making their campuses tobacco-free as well.

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  • Abandoned Kittens Rescued From Dumpster

    Abandoned Kittens Rescued From Dumpster

    A horrible case of animal cruelty has a happy ending, thanks to some dedicated volunteers in Lafayette. Nine newborn kittens were abandoned in a dumpster outside a local business earlier this week, and after a passerby fortunately found them, members of FLASh, or Friends of the Lafayette Animal Shelter, stepped up to help.More >>
    A horrible case of animal cruelty has a happy ending, thanks to some dedicated volunteers in Lafayette. Nine newborn kittens were abandoned in a dumpster outside a local business earlier this week, and after a passerby fortunately found them, members of FLASh, or Friends of the Lafayette Animal Shelter, stepped up to help.More >>
  • Unrestrained Opelousas Man Killed in St. Landry Parish Fatal Crash

    Unrestrained Opelousas Man Killed in St. Landry Parish Fatal Crash

    A single vehicle fatal crash on the I-49 Frontage Road took the life of 32 year old Corey L. Doucet of Opelousas Thursday. More >>
    A single vehicle fatal crash on the I-49 Frontage Road took the life of 32 year old Corey L. Doucet of Opelousas Thursday. More >>
  • New Laws Take Effect Friday

    New Laws Take Effect Friday

    More than 550 new laws take effect Friday, passed by lawmakers in the legislative session that ended in June.More >>
    More than 550 new laws take effect Friday, passed by lawmakers in the legislative session that ended in June.More >>
  • Acadiana Arrest Reports

    Acadiana Arrest Reports

    This report contains daily arrest records from various agencies in Acadiana.

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    This report contains daily arrest records from various agencies in Acadiana.

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  • What Makes Lafayette so Happy?

    What Makes Lafayette so Happy?

    A recent report revealed the happiest and unhappy cities in America and Lafayette ranks number one out of more than 19,000 cities in the United States. More >>
    A recent report revealed the happiest and unhappy cities in America and Lafayette ranks number one out of more than 19,000 cities in the United States. More >>
  • LPD Crime Camera Plans

    LPD Crime Camera Plans

    Over the next couple of years, crime cameras may be the norm throughout the city of Lafayette. But first, the Lafayette Police Department must get the funding approved by the Lafayette Consolidated Government.More >>
    Over the next couple of years, crime cameras may be the norm throughout the city of Lafayette. But first, the Lafayette Police Department must get the funding approved by the Lafayette Consolidated Government. More >>
  • LPSS Budget Talks Continue

    LPSS Budget Talks Continue

    Lafayette Parish School Board President, Dr. Hunter Beasley says the board still has some cuts to consider at Thursday's 5:30pm budget meeting.More >>
    Lafayette Parish School Board President, Dr. Hunter Beasley says the board still has some cuts to consider at Thursday's 5:30pm budget meeting.More >>
  • Crash Leaves Motorcyclist in Critical Condition

    Crash Leaves Motorcyclist in Critical Condition

    A portion of Johnston Street was temporally closed when a motorcycle traveling north when it collided with a truck exiting a private drive Monday.More >>
    A portion of Johnston Street was temporally closed when a motorcycle traveling north when it collided with a truck exiting a private drive Monday. More >>
  • Grain Silo Damaged in Attempted Robbery

    Grain Silo Damaged in Attempted Robbery

    Crowley Police are investigating a criminal damage incident at the Louisiana Rice Mill that caused several million pounds of rice to spill onto the ground.
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    Crowley Police are investigating a criminal damage incident at the Louisiana Rice Mill that caused several million pounds of rice to spill onto the ground.

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  • Suspect in murder of a Lake Charles woman captured

    Suspect in murder of a Lake Charles woman captured

    Jose Manuel Garcia-Guevara, the man wanted in connection with the murder of a Lake Charles woman, has been captured and is in custody in Calcasieu Parish.More >>
    Jose Manuel Garcia-Guevara, the man wanted for the murder of a Lake Charles woman, is in custody in Calcasieu Parish.
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  • Attempted murder suspect turns himself in

    Attempted murder suspect turns himself in

    A 29 year old Scott man is in custody after an alleged stabbing on Johnston Street.

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    A 29 year old Scott man is in custody after an alleged stabbing on Johnston Street.

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  • New Iberia woman charged after leaving child in vehicle

    New Iberia woman charged after leaving child in vehicle

    Deputies were forced to break a window of the vehicle in order to remove the infant from the dangerous heat inside.


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    Deputies were forced to break a window of the vehicle in order to remove the infant from the dangerous heat inside.



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  • Board says ‘NO’ to Lafayette School Budget

    Board says ‘NO’ to Lafayette School Budget

    The latest attempt by Lafayette Parish Superintendent Pat Cooper to have an approved 2014-2015 school budget failed by a 5-2 vote. It was a decision board member Dr. Tehmi Chassion knew before the meeting started.More >>
    The latest attempt by Lafayette Parish Superintendent Pat Cooper to have an approved 2014-2015 school budget failed by a 5-2 vote. It was a decision board member Dr. Tehmi Chassion knew before the meeting started.More >>
  • Legislator says La. abortion law not in jeopardy

    Legislator says La. abortion law not in jeopardy

    The sponsor of a Louisiana law that requires doctors that perform abortions to have hospital admitting privileges doesn't believe the provision is in jeopardy after a federal appeals court struck down a similar Mississippi law.More >>
    The sponsor of a Louisiana law that requires doctors that perform abortions to have hospital admitting privileges doesn't believe the provision is in jeopardy after a federal appeals court struck down a similar Mississippi law.More >>
  • LUS Sewer Expansion

    LUS Sewer Expansion

    Lafayette Parish is expected to gain about ninety thousand more residents over the next sixteen years. Lafayette Utilities System is planning for this reality.More >>
    Lafayette Parish is expected to gain about ninety thousand more residents over the next sixteen years. Lafayette Utilities System is planning for this reality.More >>
  • Suspect in String of Opelousas Burglaries Arrested

    Suspect in String of Opelousas Burglaries Arrested

    OPD officers responding toan alarm activation arrested 21 year old Jabin Michael Lavergne and charged with five counts of simple burglary between june 10th thru July 28th.More >>
    OPD officers responding toan alarm activation arrested 21 year old Jabin Michael Lavergne and charged with five counts of simple burglary between june 10th thru July 28th. More >>
  • Sitting on Health Problems

    Sitting on Health Problems

    A recent study shows that sitting for extended periods of time can lead to health related issues. Medical professionals say being seated for more than two hours at a time can be the cause of many health problems.More >>
    A recent study shows that sitting for extended periods of time can lead to health related issues. Medical professionals say being seated for more than two hours at a time can be the cause of many health problems.More >>
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