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Thursday Crash Claims Life of Morse Man

Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office is still investigating the crash that occurred around noon Thursday near the intersection of Henry and Benton Roads.

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Duval Street Shooting Suspect Identified

The Lafayette Police Department has issued a warrant for the arrest of 28-year-old Kendrick Anthony Fobb, of Gramercy, for the shooting death of Christopher Isaac.

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Vehicle Sought In Bayou Vista Shooting Investigation

St. Mary Parish detectives release video and photos of a vehicle thought to be involved in an Aug. 19 shooting in Bayou Vista.

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Arrest Made In Lafayette Middle School Bomb Threat

A young man was arrested and charged with terrorizing.

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UL Police Need Help Finding Attempted Robbery Suspects

The victim claimed not to have any money and the suspects fled on foot.

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Morgan City Man Arrested On Several Charges

While investigating further, the deputy found a dozen hydrocodone pills in the man’s pocket.

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Two Arrested For Drugs In St. Mary Parish

The Morgan City Police Department’s K-9 officer alerted on the car, and a large and small bag of crystal methamphetamine were found.

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Lafayette Parish Arrest Report

Thirty-seven people were arrested in the last 24 hours in Lafayette Parish.

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“Wingin’ It” Recap: Does The Oil Industry Pay Its Fair Share

Mike Stagg, On The Left

VS.

Carol Ross, On The Right

Debate: Does the oil and gas industry pay its fair share in Louisiana?

Hear "Wingin' It Wednesday" every week on NewsTalk 96.5 KPEL

 

 

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Jamboree Action Begins In Acadiana On Thursday Night

The 2015 high school football season will unofficially kickoff this evening, with jamboree action in two different Acadiana parishes.

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Pro Football Pick-Em Returns For 2015!

Think you’re the top football expert in Lafayette? Make your picks here for every regular season pro football game this year.

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SHERIFF: Sunset Officer Henry Nelson Killed In Shooting

St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby Guidroz said the officer killed in the shooting incident in Sunset Wednesday was officer Henry Nelson. Nelson was a 12 year veteran of the Sunset Police Department and had run for Police Chief just last year

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