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LFT Searching for new director Video included

After the former director was dismissed after pointing a fake gun at an engineer during a disagreement in June the airport, has decided to take its search for a new director nationwide. More>>

Interim councilman to tackle drainage Video included

Interim District Two Iberia Parish Councilman Joseph Davis Junior, has about six months until the election, but plans on making every day count.

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Federal investigation into White death confirmed Video included

The U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana, confirmed today that a federal investigation is ongoing into the death of Victor White III, who died while in the custody of the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office. More>>

Convince store robed by motorcyclist

The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office is seeking a suspect accused of robbing a convenience store at gunpoint. More>>

  • iPhone 6 Could Make the "Mobile Wallet" a Reality

    iPhone 6 Could Make the "Mobile Wallet" a Reality

    While companies like Google and PayPal have struggled for years to make seamless mobile payments a reality, Apple may push the envelope with the release of it's iPhone 6 later this month.More >>
    While companies like Google and PayPal have struggled for years to make seamless mobile payments a reality, Apple may push the envelope with the release of it's iPhone 6 later this month.More >>
  • Tuesday evening forecast

    Tuesday evening forecast

    For the rest of the week and even into the weekend, expect a partly cloudy sky with a chance of storms each day. Highs will be in the low 90s. Rain chances will be a little higher this weekend.More >>
    For the rest of the week and even into the weekend, expect a partly cloudy sky with a chance of storms each day. Highs will be in the low 90s. Rain chances will be a little higher this weekend.More >>
  • LGMC seeks volunteers for study

    LGMC seeks volunteers for study

    Lafayette General Medical Center is seeking men and women ages 18 and older with pneumonia-like symptoms, including cough and fever, to participate in a clinical trial.More >>
    Lafayette General Medical Center is seeking men and women ages 18 and older with pneumonia-like symptoms, including cough and fever, to participate in a clinical trial.More >>
  • Iberia Parish Common Core discussion

    Iberia Parish Common Core discussion

    The Greater Iberia Chamber of Commerce will facilitate a discussion on Common Core Standards on Friday, April 25th at the Ramada Inn. Speakers include Dale Henderson, Iberia Parish Superintendent and Barry Erwin, CEO of Council for a Better LA (CABL).More >>
    The Greater Iberia Chamber of Commerce will facilitate a discussion on Common Core Standards on Friday, April 25th at the Ramada Inn. Speakers include Dale Henderson, Iberia Parish Superintendent and Barry Erwin, CEO of Council for a Better LA (CABL). More >>
  • Interstate 10 inspections planed, alternate routes encouraged

    Interstate 10 inspections planed, alternate routes encouraged

    If your regular routine includes a commute between Lafayette and Baton Rouge between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. or you're planning a trip in the next two weeks, state highway officials advise you might want to find an alternate to using Interstate 10 on specified days.More >>
    If your regular routine includes a commute between Lafayette and Baton Rouge between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. or you're planning a trip in the next two weeks, state highway officials advise you might want to find an alternate to using Interstate 10 on specified days.More >>
  • Federal suit seeks to stop LPSS termination vote

    Federal suit seeks to stop LPSS termination vote

    A request for a temporary restraining order has been filed in federal court, seeking to prevent the Lafayette Parish School Board from taking any votes pertaining to the termination of Superintendent Pat Cooper.More >>
    A request for a temporary restraining order has been filed in federal court, seeking to prevent the Lafayette Parish School Board from taking any votes pertaining to the termination of Superintendent Pat Cooper.More >>
  • Mouton Will Serve as Keynote Speaker at 2014 Breast Health Symposium

    Mouton Will Serve as Keynote Speaker at 2014 Breast Health Symposium

      Leslie Mouton, a 1988 UL Lafayette graduate and current morning news anchor in San Antonio, TX, will be the keynote speaker at the 21st annual Breast Health Symposium.The event returns to the Cajundome Convention Center at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8. Tickets are available for $15 each through Ticketmaster outlets.More >>
      Leslie Mouton, a 1988 UL Lafayette graduate and current morning news anchor in San Antonio, TX, will be the keynote speaker at the 21st annual Breast Health Symposium.The event returns to the Cajundome Convention Center at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8. Tickets are available for $15 each through Ticketmaster outlets.More >>
  • Acadiana Arrest Reports

    Acadiana Arrest Reports

    This report contains daily arrest records from various agencies in Acadiana.More >>
    This report contains daily arrest records from various agencies in Acadiana.More >>
  • Sales tax free for hunters Sept. 5-7

    Sales tax free for hunters Sept. 5-7

    Guns, ammunition and other hunting supplies are exempt from state and local sales taxes this weekend.More >>
    Guns, ammunition and other hunting supplies are exempt from state and local sales taxes this weekend.More >>
  • Locals Celebrate Labor Day

    Locals Celebrate Labor Day

    While many residents in the Hub City decided to travel for the holiday, some enjoyed this day of leisure by spending time with family at Girard Park.More >>
    While many residents in the Hub City decided to travel for the holiday, some enjoyed this day of leisure by spending time with family at Girard Park. More >>
  • Getting it done on Labor Day

    Getting it done on Labor Day

    On this Labor Day Holiday, some people were making a day of preparing for a day of leisure others were out and about making it happen.More >>
    On this Labor Day Holiday, some people were making a day of preparing for a day of leisure others were out and about making it happen. More >>
  • Fast growth stressing Youngsville schools

    Fast growth stressing Youngsville schools

    Fast growth in the Youngsville area of Lafayette Parish is stressing the capacity of the school system.More >>
    Fast growth in the Youngsville area of Lafayette Parish is stressing the capacity of the school system.More >>
  • Labor Day travelers

    Labor Day travelers

    Many residents in the Hub City celebrate Labor Day, and with many travelers on the interstate it becomes one of the busiest days of the year for the Louisiana State Police.More >>
    Many residents in the Hub City celebrate Labor Day, and with many travelers on the interstate it becomes one of the busiest days of the year for the Louisiana State Police.More >>
  • Acadiana Arrest Reports

    Acadiana Arrest Reports

    This report contains daily arrest records from various agencies in Acadiana.More >>
    This report contains daily arrest records from various agencies in Acadiana.More >>
  • Enforcement of new LA abortion law blocked

    Enforcement of new LA abortion law blocked

     A federal judge has temporarily blocked enforcement of Louisiana's restrictive new abortion law. District Judge John DeGravelles says the law can still take effect Monday but officials cannot penalize doctors or clinics for breaking it while a challenge is heard.More >>
     A federal judge has temporarily blocked enforcement of Louisiana's restrictive new abortion law. District Judge John DeGravelles says the law can still take effect Monday but officials cannot penalize doctors or clinics for breaking it while a challenge is heard.More >>
  • Officer shot man who tried to take gun

    Officer shot man who tried to take gun

    Baton Rouge police Cpl. Don Coppola Jr. says an officer shot and critically wounded a man who allegedly tried to grab the officer's gun while threatening his life. Coppola says the 27-year-old man was being arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated shortly after 1 a.m. on Morning GloryMore >>
    Baton Rouge police Cpl. Don Coppola Jr. says an officer shot and critically wounded a man who allegedly tried to grab the officer's gun while threatening his life. Coppola says the 27-year-old man was being arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated shortly after 1 a.m. on Morning Glory More >>
  • Ex-candidate sues Senator Landrieu

    Ex-candidate sues Senator Landrieu

    Former challenger Paul Hollis has sued Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, contending that she cannot represent Louisiana because she lives full-time in Washington. The suit,filed Friday in state district court in Baton Rouge, says Landrieu's home "is her 2.5 million dollar residence on Capitol Hill."More >>
    Former challenger Paul Hollis has sued Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, contending that she cannot represent Louisiana because she lives full-time in Washington. The suit,filed Friday in state district court in Baton Rouge, says Landrieu's home "is her 2.5 million dollar residence on Capitol Hill."More >>
  • Over Thirty Thousand Fans Support Cajuns

    Over Thirty Thousand Fans Support Cajuns

    36,170 people turned out...making this game the third largest all-time home attendance for the Ragin' Cajuns. UL's Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions says the university is more than able to accommodate these types of crowds.More >>
    36,170 people turned out...making this game the third largest all-time home attendance for the Ragin' Cajuns. UL's Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions says the university is more than able to accommodate these types of crowds. More >>
  • Cemetery conditions draw concern

    Cemetery conditions draw concern

    An overgrown cemetery in Lafayette is drawing criticism from family members of people buried there who say the cemetery's management needs to clean it up. Trash cans are overflowing, spilling out near tombstones. Broken bottles, abandoned teddy bears and weathered tributes litter the grounds.More >>
    An overgrown cemetery in Lafayette is drawing criticism from family members of people buried there who say the cemetery's management needs to clean it up. Trash cans are overflowing, spilling out near tombstones. Broken bottles, abandoned teddy bears and weathered tributes litter the grounds.More >>
  • UL vs. Southern highlights

    UL vs. Southern highlights

    UL Lafayette dominated 45-6 in their home opener against Southern University in front of a crowd of over 37,000 at  Cajun Field.More >>
    UL Lafayette dominated 45-6 in their home opener against Southern University in front of a crowd of over 37,000 at  Cajun Field. More >>
  • Police Investigate 9 Vehicle Burglaries

    Police Investigate 9 Vehicle Burglaries

    Nine trucks were found to have been burglarized. The suspects broke the passenger side windows on the vehicles and took electronics, clothing, credit cards and other miscellaneous items.

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    Nine trucks were found to have been burglarized. The suspects broke the passenger side windows on the vehicles and took electronics, clothing, credit cards and other miscellaneous items.


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  • Suspects arrested with AK-47 and Drugs

    Suspects arrested with AK-47 and Drugs

    A man and woman from Lafayette are facing gun and drug charges after witness called 911 to report seeing a man exit his truck at an ATM while holding a “sub-machine gun”.
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    A man and woman from Lafayette are facing gun and drug charges after witness called 911 to report seeing a man exit his truck at an ATM while holding a “sub-machine gun”.

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  • Coulee Clean-up in Lafayette Parish

    Coulee Clean-up in Lafayette Parish

    The cleanup of Coulee Ill Des Cannes has been an ongoing battle for parish government. Lafayette Consolidated and surrounding towns have been fighting draining issues for years. Councilman Kevin Naquin, who has labored to bring money into the parish, is finally seeing some results of his efforts.More >>
    The cleanup of Coulee Ill Des Cannes has been an ongoing battle for parish government. Lafayette Consolidated and surrounding towns have been fighting draining issues for years. Councilman Kevin Naquin, who has labored to bring money into the parish, is finally seeing some results of his efforts. More >>
  • Suspect Arrested for Discharging Firearm on Fast Food Parking Lot

    Suspect Arrested for Discharging Firearm on Fast Food Parking Lot

    On August 30, 2014, at approximately 3:15 am, Lafayette Police responded to the 1400 block of Johnston Street regarding a male suspect discharging a firearm. The victim told police he was involved in a verbal altercation with another subject on the parking of Taco Bell, when the suspect allegedly produced a pistol and fired multiple shots into the air.More >>
    On August 30, 2014, at approximately 3:15 am, Lafayette Police responded to the 1400 block of Johnston Street regarding a male suspect discharging a firearm. The victim told police he was involved in a verbal altercation with another subject on the parking of Taco Bell, when the suspect allegedly produced a pistol and fired multiple shots into the air.More >>
  • Superintendent investigation Update

    Superintendent investigation Update

    The investigation into Lafayette Superintendent Dr. Pat Cooper continues. At a Lafayette Parish School Board meeting Thursday night, the board voted to accept a report compiled by their attorney, which could put Dr. Cooper's job in jeopardy. But to him, it's all politics. More >>
    The investigation into Lafayette Superintendent Dr. Pat Cooper continues. At a Lafayette Parish School Board meeting Thursday night, the board voted to accept a report compiled by their attorney, which could put Dr. Cooper's job in jeopardy. But to him, it's all politics. More >>
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