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Drivers need for Lafayette Parish Schools

The Lafayette Parish School Board still has to vote on newly proposed education requirement for school bus drivers. The transportation department appears to be having trouble hiring drivers with a high school diploma of GED. Two weeks ago, the board was asked to consider a change. LPSS Assistant Director of Transportation, Brad Duhon explained the school system is short on school bus drivers. In fact, he noted several schools in the parish are overloaded on busing. He asked the board to a... More>>

Dupuis heads back to prison

The search for a missing convicted drunk driver ended Friday night, after Tyson Dupuis turned himself over to Crowley Police. The PD searched for the 37-year-old repeat offender, after Dupuis was released from prison Thursday. Dupuis only served one year of a ten year sentence.Friday afternoon, 15th Judicial District Attorney Mike Harson announced that his office obtained an order from the court calling for a hearing on a motion filed to clarify Dupuis' sentence in a 2013 vehicular homicide ... More>>

NISH Guidance Staff Feature Video included

There's one group of unsung heroes making a real difference in students' lives each day. More>>

NISH Hall of Fame Video included

It was started in 2007, to honor those who have invested both their time and talents into the school's athletic programs. But those acknowledged in nish's hall of fame are far from rookies. More>>

The History of NISH Video included

Curt Landry has been attending New Iberia Senior High School since the 80s. Landry, a former student, is now the principal of his alma mater. He says more than 30 years later, traditions—like homecoming—remain the same.

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  • Annual Lydia Cajun Food Fest

    Annual Lydia Cajun Food Fest

    The 12th annual Lydia Cajun Food Fest is being held in Lydia, Louisiana at Weeks Park. The event started Friday, September 12that 5pm and will go until 10pm Saturday night.The festival is held by the Lydia Cancer Association, and is put on to raise awareness about different forms of cancer.Today festival schedule includes:7:00 am Cook -off teams prepare8:00 am Open Car Show By Bayou Cruisers 9:00 am Survivor Ceremony 9:00 am Poker Run Jeep Jaunt By Rode hard Riders4:30 pm People's Choice Awa...More >>
    The 12th annual Lydia Cajun Food Fest is being held in Lydia, Louisiana at Weeks Park. The event started Friday, September 12that 5pm and will go until 10pm Saturday night.The festival is held by the Lydia Cancer Association, and is put on to raise awareness about different forms of cancer.Today festival schedule includes:7:00 am Cook -off teams prepare8:00 am Open Car Show By Bayou Cruisers 9:00 am Survivor Ceremony 9:00 am Poker Run Jeep Jaunt By Rode hard Riders4:30 pm People's Choice Awa...More >>
  • Arrest made in sexual battery case after 2 years

    Arrest made in sexual battery case after 2 years

    Acadia Parish Sheriff Wayne Melancon announced that Investigators with the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office have arrested 44 year old Howard “Jamie” Doucet of West Joseph Street in Iota following an investigation into an incident that occurred approximately two years ago.More >>
    Acadia Parish Sheriff Wayne Melancon announced that Investigators with the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office have arrested 44 year old Howard “Jamie” Doucet of West Joseph Street in Iota following an investigation into an incident that occurred approximately two years ago.
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  • Cajun-Italian Cook-off for Alzheimer's Association

    Cajun-Italian Cook-off for Alzheimer's Association

    Hundreds arrived at Cajun Harley Davidson in Scott, Saturday morning for a cook-off of a different variety. To kick-off the Walk to End Alzheimer's teams joined forces for the Great Cajun-Italian Cook-off.Starting at 10AM, teams battled for the title of best spaghetti in Acadiana. Five dollar donations were made to the Alzheimer's Association of Acadiana. Additional food, music and a cash bar kept the good times rolling until 1pm, when the event ended.The official 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer's...More >>
    Hundreds arrived at Cajun Harley Davidson in Scott, Saturday morning for a cook-off of a different variety. To kick-off the Walk to End Alzheimer's teams joined forces for the Great Cajun-Italian Cook-off.Starting at 10AM, teams battled for the title of best spaghetti in Acadiana. Five dollar donations were made to the Alzheimer's Association of Acadiana. Additional food, music and a cash bar kept the good times rolling until 1pm, when the event ended.The official 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer's...More >>
  • NISH Band Feature

    NISH Band Feature

    Three days a week New Iberia Senior High's practice field is home to a ninety-plus member marching band. Band Director Kelly Landry says spectators witness close to a full ensemble march on the field.More >>
    Three days a week New Iberia Senior High's practice field is home to a ninety-plus member marching band. Band Director Kelly Landry says spectators witness close to a full ensemble march on the field.More >>
  • Arrests in shooting of Lafayette Police officer

    Arrests in shooting of Lafayette Police officer

    Authorities have arrested two people in connection to the shooting of a Lafayette police officer.More >>
    Authorities have arrested two people in connection to the shooting of a Lafayette police officer.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 >>
  • Missing Opelousas man

    Missing Opelousas man

    The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Department is asking for the community's help in locating a missing person.More >>
    The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Department is asking for the community's help in locating a missing person.More >>
  • Investigators locate wanted contractor

    Investigators locate wanted contractor

    Investigator's search for Neal Joseph Laperouse, 51, in reference to a report of contractor fraud that took place in May, 2014 has ended.More >>
    Investigator's search for Neal Joseph Laperouse, 51, in reference to a report of contractor fraud that took place in May, 2014 has ended.More >>
  • Franks International investigating worker's death

    Franks International investigating worker's death

    Franks International is conducting a full investigation into the death of a worker. The victim's family identified him as 40 year old Harvey Delahoussaye Junior. Company officials say the incident happened at Frank's International's New Iberia facility. More >>
    Franks International is conducting a full investigation into the death of a worker. The victim's family identified him as 40 year old Harvey Delahoussaye Junior. Company officials say the incident happened at Frank's International's New Iberia facility. More >>
  • Sugar Cane Festival security precautions

    Sugar Cane Festival security precautions

    With less than two weeks to the sugar cane festival, the Iberia Parish sheriff's office is gearing up .Despite reports of violence at last year's festival, sheriff's deputies don't plan to take any extra security precautions.More >>
    With less than two weeks to the sugar cane festival, the Iberia Parish sheriff's office is gearing up .Despite reports of violence at last year's festival, sheriff's deputies don't plan to take any extra security precautions.More >>
  • Suspicious person report ends in attempted armed robbery arrest

    Suspicious person report ends in attempted armed robbery arrest

    Gregory West (26)of Lafayette has been charged with Attempted Armed Robbery and Resisting by providing False Information after he was located hiding inside a bank bathroom near a fake pistol.More >>
    Gregory West (26)of Lafayette has been charged with Attempted Armed Robbery and Resisting by providing False Information after he was located hiding inside a bank bathroom near a fake pistol.More >>
  • Driver arrested in early morning shooting

    Driver arrested in early morning shooting

    Lafayette Police responded to shots being fired when they began pursuing a suspicious vehicle Thursday morning. After a short pursuit, two suspects exited the vehicle armed with handguns and ran from officers.More >>
    Lafayette Police responded to shots being fired when they began pursuing a suspicious vehicle Thursday morning. After a short pursuit, two suspects exited the vehicle armed with handguns and ran from officers.More >>
  • Commemoration held at 9/11 memorial

    Commemoration held at 9/11 memorial

    In honor of the innocent lives lost 13 years ago a commemorative ceremony took place this morning at the 9/11 monument in downtown Lafayette.More >>
    In honor of the innocent lives lost 13 years ago a commemorative ceremony took place this morning at the 9/11 monument in downtown Lafayette.More >>
  • LPSB votes to accept charges against Cooper

    LPSB votes to accept charges against Cooper

    A hearing will take place within the next month to determine Superintendent Pat Cooper's future with the Lafayette Parish School System.More >>
    A hearing will take place within the next month to determine Superintendent Pat Cooper's future with the Lafayette Parish School System.More >>
  • Disturbance Leads to Unauthorized Entry into a Residence

    Disturbance Leads to Unauthorized Entry into a Residence

    A battery suspect who was fleeing the scene of a crime was eventually captured after forcing his way into a woman's home.More >>
    A battery suspect who was fleeing the scene of a crime was eventually captured after forcing his way into a woman's home.More >>
  • Multiple agencies respond to late night house fire

    Multiple agencies respond to late night house fire

    Firefighters from Lafayette, Scott, Carencro, and Duson fire departmentsbattled a blaze for forty minutes before extinguishing the fire at a residence onLebesque Road Thursday.More >>
    Firefighters from Lafayette, Scott, Carencro, and Duson fire departmentsbattled a blaze for forty minutes before extinguishing the fire at a residence onLebesque Road Thursday.More >>
  • Intoxicated driver stuck on tracks

    Intoxicated driver stuck on tracks

    A woman who admitted to smoking synthetic marijuana and taking several pills is in jail, but lucky to be alive after getting her car stuck on the rail road tracks.More >>
    A woman who admitted to smoking synthetic marijuana and taking several pills is in jail, but lucky to be alive after getting her car stuck on the rail road tracks.More >>
  • Missing: Gervis Riggs

    Missing: Gervis Riggs

    The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Department is asking for the community's help in locating missing person, Gervis Riggs, age 56.His family has been unable to make contact with him and he has not reported to work in the past 2 days.More >>
    The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Department is asking for the community's help in locating missing person, Gervis Riggs, age 56.His family has been unable to make contact with him and he has not reported to work in the past 2 days.More >>
  • Opelousas resident sentenced for counterfeit monetary instrument scheme

    Opelousas resident sentenced for counterfeit monetary instrument scheme

    An Opelousas man was sentenced last week to 23 months in prison and five years of supervised release for taking part in an international scheme to defraud banks and victims across the country,More >>
    An Opelousas man was sentenced last week to 23 months in prison and five years of supervised release for taking part in an international scheme to defraud banks and victims across the country, More >>
  • Fatal drunk driving case heads to court

    Fatal drunk driving case heads to court

    Nearly two years after a fatal drunk driving incident on Interstate 10, a Saint Martin Parish family is still looking for closure.More >>
    Nearly two years after a fatal drunk driving incident on Interstate 10, a Saint Martin Parish family is still looking for closure.More >>
  • LCG Final Budget Adoption Thursday

    LCG Final Budget Adoption Thursday

    The pay raises for Lafayette Consolidated Government employees are up for final vote. The city parish council is scheduled to adopt LCG's upcoming fiscal year budget. More >>
    The pay raises for Lafayette Consolidated Government employees are up for final vote. The city parish council is scheduled to adopt LCG's upcoming fiscal year budget. More >>
  • Jennings welcomes Ricky Benoit

    Jennings welcomes Ricky Benoit

    It's been a long road to recovery for Sergeant Ricky Benoit. Wednesday, the city of Jennings hosted dozens of well-wishers, welcomed Benoit home for the first time since he was shot in the neck on June 23rd.More >>
    It's been a long road to recovery for Sergeant Ricky Benoit. Wednesday, the city of Jennings hosted dozens of well-wishers, welcomed Benoit home for the first time since he was shot in the neck on June 23rd.More >>
  • LPD Considers body cameras

    LPD Considers body cameras

    Dashboard cameras in police units can be a very helpful tool, which is why the Lafayette Police Department is looking into body cameras for their officers.More >>
    Dashboard cameras in police units can be a very helpful tool, which is why the Lafayette Police Department is looking into body cameras for their officers.More >>
  • Jessie Bellard resigns

    Jessie Bellard resigns

    The St. Landry Parish Director of Administration, Jessie Bellard, has resigned from his position. Bellard tells News 10 that certain council members have tried multiple times to remove him from office via private investigations, investigation from the attorney general, and now, he says, personal attacks.More >>
    The St. Landry Parish Director of Administration, Jessie Bellard, has resigned from his position. Bellard tells News 10 that certain council members have tried multiple times to remove him from office via private investigations, investigation from the attorney general, and now, he says, personal attacks.More >>
  • Herod Elementary Lockdown

    Herod Elementary Lockdown

    Herod Elementary in Abbeville was placed on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after an unidentified man was seen walking around on school grounds.



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    Herod Elementary in Abbeville was placed on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after an unidentified man was seen walking around on school grounds.More >>
  • Arrest made in Sunset home invasion kidnapping

    Arrest made in Sunset home invasion kidnapping

    St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office says the victim was awakened by the suspect who forced his way into her home, and then forced her to drive him to another location.More >>
    St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office says the victim was awakened by the suspect who forced his way into her home, and then forced her to drive him to another location.More >>
  • Acadiana Arrest Reports

    Acadiana Arrest Reports

    This report contains daily arrest reports from various agencies in Acadiana.More >>
    This report contains daily arrest reports from various agencies in Acadiana.More >>
  • New Iberia budget talks

    New Iberia budget talks

    The New Iberia City Council held its first budget meeting for the upcoming fiscal year Tuesday night and the council doesn't expect to have budget deficit in the near future.More >>
    The New Iberia City Council held its first budget meeting for the upcoming fiscal year Tuesday night and the council doesn't expect to have budget deficit in the near future.More >>
  • Reward offered in Crowley hit and run investigation

    Reward offered in Crowley hit and run investigation

    The Crowley Police Department is investigating a hit and run involving a vehicle similar to the one pictured here. If you have any information you could be receive a cash reward.More >>
    The Crowley Police Department is investigating a hit and run involving a vehicle similar to the one pictured here. If you have any information you could be receive a cash reward.More >>
  • SLCC heads to St. Martinville

    SLCC heads to St. Martinville

    It's been five years in the making and now South Louisiana Community College will break ground on a brand new multi-million dollar campus in St. Martinville come this November.More >>
    It's been five years in the making and now South Louisiana Community College will break ground on a brand new multi-million dollar campus in St. Martinville come this November.More >>
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  • 52 indicted in huge SC meth, pot and pill drug bust

    52 indicted in huge SC meth, pot and pill drug bust

    Friday, May 16 2014 6:16 PM EDT2014-05-16 22:16:42 GMT
    Dozens of people have been indicted in connection with two Upstate drug operations -- one focusing on meth and another on prescription drugs and marijuana.More >>
    Dozens of people have been indicted in connection with two Upstate drug operations -- one focusing on meth and another on prescription drugs and marijuana.More >>
  • Live Doppler 10 Forecast

    Live Doppler 10 Forecast

    Unfortunately humidity and higher rain chances are returning to Acadiana for the first half of the work week.  Isolated to scattered showers and storms will be possible through Wednesday with plenty of clouds each day.  High temps return back to the upper 80s to lower 90s for the afternoon hours.
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  • Arrests in shooting of Lafayette Police officer

    Arrests in shooting of Lafayette Police officer

    Authorities have arrested two people in connection to the shooting of a Lafayette police officer.More >>
    Authorities have arrested two people in connection to the shooting of a Lafayette police officer.More >>
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