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  • A Henderson man was able to escape a boat fire late last night after his boat exploded. He and his nephew were working on it at the time. Officials say a fuel leak led to the explosion.
  • The Opelousas police chief is cracking down on crime as violent crime rates have decreased. The chief says they’re facing other challenges including officer shortage and lack of updated equipment.
  • Lafayette Parish school system shut off internet services and phone systems Tuesday afternoon. This was a precaution of recent cyber attacks happening around the state.
  • Over 1,000 students will be going to a new school in Lafayette parish after district re-zoning. Officials say bus route information will be available on August 1st.
  • Crowley Police have a new program to increase safety by encouraging drivers to slow down. Traffic Enforcement Detail is the program aimed at enforcing the speed limit within the corporate boundaries of Crowley.
  • Lafayette police are investigating a late night stabbing that left one person injured. No arrests have been reported at this time.

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