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Pocket dials tie up 911 center Video included

In Vermilion Parish, 911 operators are receiving an influx of pocket or phantom 911 calls. More>>

St. Landry road repairs approved Video included

Good news for residents in St. Landry Parish, some roads, in terrible condition for years, will soon see improvements.

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Centenarians celebrate birthdays Video included

Wednesday, the Franklin Health Care and Rehabilitation Center held a celebration for three ladies between the ages of 100 and 103.

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True Vine Ministries Youth Explosion Conference Video included

Young members of True Vine Ministries are preparing for a Youth Explosion Conference. Among those involved is the daughter of a Carencro native killed while working in Venezuela.

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Cooper cleared of battery accusations Video included

A complaint of battery filed by Lafayette Parish School Board member Dr. Tehmi Chassion in early February of this year, has been refused by the City Prosecutor. More>>

  • Police seek help identifying armed robbery suspects

    Police seek help identifying armed robbery suspects

    Lafayette Police are on the lookout for two armed robbery suspects who entered a convenience store armed with semi-automatic handguns demanding money and cigarettes.More >>
    Lafayette Police are on the lookout for two armed robbery suspects who entered a convenience store armed with semi-automatic handguns demanding money and cigarettes. More >>
  • Sunset woman accused of trying to kill boyfriend with car

    Sunset woman accused of trying to kill boyfriend with car

    Police say 23 year old Chestina Clark was booked into the St. Landry Parish jail and charged with attempted 1st degree murder and driving without a license after she attempted to run over her boyfriend.More >>
    Police say 23 year old Chestina Clark was booked into the St. Landry Parish jail and charged with attempted 1st degree murder and driving without a license after she attempted to run over her boyfriend.
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  • Critical shortage of full time K-12 classroom teachers declared by LPSS

    Critical shortage of full time K-12 classroom teachers declared by LPSS

    To ensure Lafayette Parish School System is fully staffed on the first day ofschool, the administration is declaring a critical shortage of full time K-12 classroom teachers.More >>
    To ensure Lafayette Parish School System is fully staffed on the first day ofschool, the administration is declaring a critical shortage of full time K-12 classroom teachers.More >>
  • UL Lafayette and LSUE Announce New Partnership

    UL Lafayette and LSUE Announce New Partnership

    Beginning this fall, the Ragin’ Cajun Bridge Program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette will be available to students enrolled at Louisiana State University at Eunice as part of a new partnership between the schools.The bridge program benefits LSUE students whose long-term academic goals are to earn a bachelor’s degree from UL Lafayette.More >>
    Beginning this fall, the Ragin’ Cajun Bridge Program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette will be available to students enrolled at Louisiana State University at Eunice as part of a new partnership between the schools.The bridge program benefits LSUE students whose long-term academic goals are to earn a bachelor’s degree from UL Lafayette.More >>
  • ULL Completes Orientation

    ULL Completes Orientation

    Last week's orientation at UL Lafayette was interrupted by a bomb threat which turned out to be a hoax. But this week, orientation picked up where they left off.
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    Last week's orientation at UL Lafayette was interrupted by a bomb threat which turned out to be a hoax. But this week, orientation picked up where they left off.

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  • Fruit Sold at Walmart Being Recalled

    Fruit Sold at Walmart Being Recalled

      Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12, and were shipped nationwide to retailers, including Walmart, Costco and Trader Joe's. The fruit may possibly be contaminated with listeria.More >>
      Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12, and were shipped nationwide to retailers, including Walmart, Costco and Trader Joe's. The fruit may possibly be contaminated with listeria.More >>
  • Charenton man arrested for aggravated battery with a car antenna

    Charenton man arrested for aggravated battery with a car antenna

    A Charenton man is in jail on charges that he beat a woman in the street with a car antenna. 27 year old Kerdern Martin has been charged with aggravated battery. Police say Martin is accused of repeatedly striking the victim with a car antenna and then leaving her in the street.
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    A Charenton man is in jail on charges that he beat a woman in the street with a car antenna. 27 year old Kerdern Martin has been charged with aggravated battery. Police say Martin is accused of repeatedly striking the victim with a car antenna and then leaving her in the street.

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  • Meth Lab Bust in New Iberia

    Meth Lab Bust in New Iberia

    The Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office has arrested two people in connection with a meth lab bust.More >>
    The Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office has arrested two people in connection with a meth lab bust.
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  • Police: Baton Rouge asst. principal arrested

    Police: Baton Rouge asst. principal arrested

    Baton Rouge authorities say an assistant principal at Southeast Middle School has been arrested after admitting to investigators he sent nude pictures to a 15-year-old girl one night while he was drunk.

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    Baton Rouge authorities say an assistant principal at Southeast Middle School has been arrested after admitting to investigators he sent nude pictures to a 15-year-old girl one night while he was drunk.


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  • Insurance rate hikes sought in federal marketplace

    Insurance rate hikes sought in federal marketplace

    Thousands of people who bought health insurance through the marketplace created by the federal health care overhaul face price hikes next year that could reach double-digits.

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    Thousands of people who bought health insurance through the marketplace created by the federal health care overhaul face price hikes next year that could reach double-digits.


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  • 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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  • LSU Ag Healthy Eating Campaign

    LSU Ag Healthy Eating Campaign

    If you've been on any area highways recently, you may have noticed something new; billboards advertising healthy eating. It's part of LSU Ag Center's new program to convince low-income residents that eating healthier does not necessarily mean spending more. More >>
    If you've been on any area highways recently, you may have noticed something new; billboards advertising healthy eating. It's part of LSU Ag Center's new program to convince low-income residents that eating healthier does not necessarily mean spending more. More >>
  • Growth in Maurice

    Growth in Maurice

    The small village of Maurice is steadily growing year after year and will soon be considered a town due to the growing number of residents. "According to the 2010 census we had grown about 60 percent from the year 2000 census.More >>
    The small village of Maurice is steadily growing year after year and will soon be considered a town due to the growing number of residents. "According to the 2010 census we had grown about 60 percent from the year 2000 census.More >>
  • Police Release Details Behind Haywood's Arrest

    Police Release Details Behind Haywood's Arrest

      Law enforcement officials held a news conference Tuesday morning to reveal details behind the multi-agency task force investigation that led to the arrest of 30-year-old New Orleans native Devin Haywood, who is facing federal charges of planting a hoax bomb device at Girard Park and attempted bank robbery.More >>
      Law enforcement officials held a news conference Tuesday morning to reveal details behind the multi-agency task force investigation that led to the arrest of 30-year-old New Orleans native Devin Haywood, who is facing federal charges of planting a hoax bomb device at Girard Park and attempted bank robbery.More >>
  • Wanted: Teaqulia Plowden

    Wanted: Teaqulia Plowden

    Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish needs your help to locate a wanted fugitive. Teaqulia Plowden is wanted for identity theft, forgery, 5 counts of bank fraud, and unauthorized use of an access card.More >>
    Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish needs your help to locate a wanted fugitive. Teaqulia Plowden is wanted for identity theft, forgery, 5 counts of bank fraud, and unauthorized use of an access card. More >>
  • New Iberia Woman Charged With Attempted Murder

    New Iberia Woman Charged With Attempted Murder

    The arrest stems from an investigation into a domestic dispute which occurred on June 20th. The dispute turned physical, when Phillips produced a knife and cut a 26 year old male victim in the face. 
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    The arrest stems from an investigation into a domestic dispute which occurred on June 20th. The dispute turned physical, when Phillips produced a knife and cut a 26 year old male victim in the face. 

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  • Road named after fallen deputy

    Road named after fallen deputy

    Police Jurors in Vermilion Parish are honoring a fallen hero in a very special way. More >>
    Police Jurors in Vermilion Parish are honoring a fallen hero in a very special way. More >>
  • State troopers make arrest in fatal hit-run

    State troopers make arrest in fatal hit-run

    State Police have made an arrest in connection to the recent hit and run death of Lon Lomas.More >>
    Authorities say Fitzpatrick Doucette of Kaplan has been a suspect since the beginning of their investigation. He was arrested Sunday.More >>
  • Saving water & money at home this summer

    Saving water & money at home this summer

    During the summer months, we use a lot more water in order to stay cool, hydrated, and keep our lawns alive. But, that can come with a price tag, both financial and environmental.More >>
    During the summer months, we use a lot more water in order to stay cool, hydrated, and keep our lawns alive. But, that can come with a price tag, both financial and environmental. More >>
  • Iberia Parish maps out crime

    Iberia Parish maps out crime

     The Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office recently began utilizing new technology to better serve and protect.More >>
     The Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office recently began utilizing new technology to better serve and protect. More >>
  • In Deep Waters

    In Deep Waters

    In this's special report News 10's Renee Allen brings us the answers to questions many have. How bad is Acadiana’s drainage system?More >>
    In this's special report News 10's Renee Allen brings us the answers to questions many have. How bad is Acadiana’s drainage system?More >>
  • Family Receives New Home

    Family Receives New Home

    The new home also came with a $5,000 down payment check and it was all made possible with the help of Habitat for Humanity and former NFL player Warrick Dunn's charity.
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    The new home also came with a $5,000 down payment check and it was all made possible with the help of Habitat for Humanity and former NFL player Warrick Dunn's charity. More >>
  • The veteran care crisis

    The veteran care crisis

    U.S. veterans are some of our country's most treasured hero's. Whether they fought in WWII, the Korean War, Vietnam or the Gulf War, they have made sacrifices that many of will never know.More >>
    U.S. veterans are some of our country's most treasured hero's. Whether they fought in WWII, the Korean War, Vietnam or the Gulf War, they have made sacrifices that many of will never know. More >>
  • Former Senate race candidate endorses Cassidy

    Former Senate race candidate endorses Cassidy

    Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy has picked up support for his U.S. Senate campaign from a former GOP competitor.
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    Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy has picked up support for his U.S. Senate campaign from a former GOP competitor.

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  • Assessors want new valuation rules for oil wells

    Assessors want new valuation rules for oil wells

    A group of Louisiana tax assessors is advocating for a series of property valuation changes that, if approved, could significantly increase property tax rates for oil and gas well operators, as well as revenues for local governments.
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    A group of Louisiana tax assessors is advocating for a series of property valuation changes that, if approved, could significantly increase property tax rates for oil and gas well operators, as well as revenues for local governments.

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  • Superintendent Cleared of Battery Complaint

    Superintendent Cleared of Battery Complaint

    Lafayette City Prosecutor Gary Haynes has refused to accept criminal charges in a battery complaint filed against Lafayette Schools Superintendent Dr. Pat Cooper regarding an alleged altercation with school board member Dr. Tehmi Chassion.More >>
    Lafayette City Prosecutor Gary Haynes has refused to accept criminal charges in a battery complaint filed against Lafayette Schools Superintendent Dr. Pat Cooper regarding an alleged altercation with a school board member.More >>
  • In Deep Waters

    In Deep Waters

    In this's special report News 10's Renee Allen brings us the answers to questions many have. How bad is Acadiana’s drainage system?More >>
    In this's special report News 10's Renee Allen brings us the answers to questions many have. How bad is Acadiana’s drainage system?More >>
  • Family Receives New Home

    Family Receives New Home

    The new home also came with a $5,000 down payment check and it was all made possible with the help of Habitat for Humanity and former NFL player Warrick Dunn's charity.
    More >>
    The new home also came with a $5,000 down payment check and it was all made possible with the help of Habitat for Humanity and former NFL player Warrick Dunn's charity. More >>
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