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Michael Barber Photo Courtesy of SMSO
Michael Barber Photo Courtesy of SMSO
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St. Martin Deputy Arrested On Sex Charges With A Juvenile

A St. Martin Parish Deputy and former school resource officer, Michael Barber, was arrested after an investigation leads to multiple sex abuse charges.

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Jindal-Kennedy KPEL Photo by Derek Albert
Jindal-Kennedy KPEL Photo by Derek Albert
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Jindal Announces A Handful Of Political Appointments

Jindal announced several appointments to state boards and commissions today.

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handcuffs Staff photo by Ken Romero
handcuffs Staff photo by Ken Romero
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Jeanerette Man Arrested After Speeding Away From Deputies

Police say Bernard Charles later abandoned his car, took off on foot, and was finally tracked down.

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February 2015 News Bloopers Will Melt Your Winter Blues Away

It's that time of the month. You know, the time to look back at the best of the worst in the news.

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School Bus Crash, KATC photo
School Bus Crash, KATC photo
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School Bus Crash At Eraste Landry And Foreman

Lafayette Police Corporal Paul Mouton tells KPEL the driver of car pulled in front of the bus, and the two vehicles collided.

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What Color Is This Dress? [POLL]

Please help me end this debate. What color is this dress?

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Joey Durel 082312 photo by KPEL
Joey Durel 082312 photo by KPEL
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Too Much Overtime For LCG Employees? | Lafayette Live

Lafayette City-Parish President Joey Durel joined ‘Nathan and Bernie in the Morning‘ for his weekly ‘Lafayette Live‘ segment to discuss the investigation and to explain why all is not as it seems.

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Police Tape, iStock photo
Police tape, iStock
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Lafayette Police Investigate Mid-Day Armed Robbery

The victim is said to have had his wallet and cellphone taken by two men.

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Our Coworkers Do Their Best, But It’s Just Funny!

I love our coworkers, but the way they try to pronounce our places and things is just hysterical!

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Dr. Pat Cooper, KPEL photo
Dr. Pat Cooper, KPEL photo
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Lafayette Board Seeks Dismissal Of Cooper’s Lawsuit

In his lawsuit, Pat Cooper claims he was terminated without cause by a 7-2 vote of the school board.

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Road photo, KPEL
Road photo, KPEL
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Calcasieu Parish Slated To Have Seat Belt & Sobriety Checkpoint

State Police remind drivers that state law requires everyone in a car to be properly restrained at all times.

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Icy roads
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Recent Vehicle Fatalities Prompt Warnings From Iberia Sheriff

With recent vehicle fatalities happening in Iberia Parish over the past week, Sheriff Louis Ackal has released a couple of common sense tips for staying safe on the road ways, especially in this inclement weather.

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