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Two Men Wanted In Crowley Murder Case

21-year-old Patrick Moore (aka DooDoo) and 20-year-old Denzel McIntyre (aka D-Mac) have been named as two suspects in a shooting murder case on April 5th on West 7th Street near North Avenue A in Crowley.

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High-Speed Chase In Opelousas Ends In Three Arrests

Three of the four occupants in a vehicle involved in a high-speed chase Thursday morning in Opelousas have been apprehended.

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Lacassine Man Dies From Fall

22-year-old Timothy Mason Chambers of Lacassine has died after falling from the top of a rice dryer Thursday morning.

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Etouffee Festival in Arnaudville April 25 – 27

The 29th annual Etouffee Festival will be held on the grounds of Little Flower School in Arnaudville on April 25 - 27th!

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South Louisiana Community College Choose St. Martin Parish Site

South Louisiana Community College has selected a site in St. Martinville as the location for its new college in St. Martin Parish.

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St. Landry Sheriff’s Office Looking For Rightful Property Owners

The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office wants to reunite property owners with their items as they still have numerous pieces of property after six residential burglaries.

St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby Guidroz's Office says five of the burglaries happened in St

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Increasing Residential Opportunities Is Downtown Lafayette’s Priority – Lafayette Live

Lafayette's Chief Administrative Officer Dee Stanley along with Lafayette Downtown Development Authority's CEO Nathan Norris stopped by "Nathan and Bernie in the Morning" to discuss the future of downtown Lafayette.

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Court Denies Man Bond Reduction In Pastor’s Shooting Case

Karey's wife filed a rape complaint against Harris two days before the shooting.

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Anti-Drone Bill Passes Louisiana Senate

After being initially voted down, Louisiana Senator Dan. Claitor, R-Baton Rouge, reintroduced his anti-drone bill and received enough votes to pass through the senate.

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Prison Bars (Andrew Bardwell)
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Plans Advance For Jefferson Davis Jail

The tax would bring in $2.1 million to $2.3 million a year.

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Lafayette School Board Opposes Pending Bills

The board also opposed a bill that, in part, calls for free transportation for charter school students.

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Lousiana House Says “No” To Electing Louisiana’s Superintendent Of Education

Governor Bobby Jindal opposed the election bill, and the House ended up voting against the measure.

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