Lawsuit Settled Over Victor White III's Death
A plaintiffs' attorney confirms that a settlement has resolved a federal lawsuit against Iberia Parish Sheriff Louis Ackal over the handcuffed man's shooting death.
Max Gruver Act Passes House Committee
The House Criminal Justice passed the Max Gruver Act without objection today which will make hazing a felony crime in Louisiana.
Bridge Inspections Happening Across St. Mary Parish This Week
Since the beginning of 2018, DOTD officials have been working across numerous parishes - Lafayette, Acadia and St. Landry Parishes to name 3 - carrying out routine bridge inspections.
Our Lady of Fatima Keeps the Cajun Dance Tradition Alive [VIDEO]
For the past 25 years, the PE Department at Fatima has made sure their students learn the value of family, and a little cajun two steppin'!
Opelousas Police Working Crash On I-49 Northbound
A crash involving an 18-wheeler and a van has caused traffic to build up significantly on I-49 northbound.
Rockin' Dopsie, Jr. & The Zydeco Twisters At Downtown Alive!
The 2018 season of Downtown Alive! continues this Friday, March 23rd...
This Is What Netflix Would Have Looked Like In 1995 [VIDEO]
Netflix and Chillax?
Fireball Whiskey Glazed Chicken Is Here [VIDEO]
Brace yourself, Fireball Whiskey Chicken is here!!
Bill Requiring Unanimous Juries For Felonies Passes Sen. Commitee
A Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill that would allow citizens to vote on whether Louisiana should require unanimous juries for felony convictions.
Bill To Provide Rebates For New Homeowners Passes Ways & Means
A House bill to establish a rebate for first time home buyers in Louisiana passed the Ways and Means Committee.
Local WWII Veteran Headed To DC With Help From Lafayette Company
Brig. Gen. Robert LeBlanc, U.S. Army (Ret.) is headed to DC to receive the nation's highest civilian honor.
Deion Sanders Gets Rolled On Twitter
A Pro Football Hall of Famer got rolled on Twitter on Tuesday, by a current Pro Bowler
Bill Proposed Would Allow 18-20 Year Olds to Drink in Bars
State Senator Eric LaFleur of Ville Platte has proposed a bill that would allow 18 to 20-year-olds to buy and consume alcohol if they obtain a certificate.
Here's What Happens In Your Stomach When You Swallow Gum [Video]
Hopefully by now you've figured out that the Old Wives Tale about swallow gum and it taking years to digest is a myth.
Ricky Williams Enters Cannabis Business
A former New Orleans Saints star is now selling cannabis
Austin Bombing Suspect Dead
When police approached the suspect in Round Rock, Texas, he took his own life by detonating an explosive device in a car.
Saints Have Interest In Allen Hurns
A free agent receiver says the New Orleans Saints are interested in his services
12th Annual Hopefest Saturday, March 24 at Parc International
Hopefest is a unique festival led by teens at St Thomas More High and supported by hundreds of local businesses.
Pontoon Bridge In Acadia Parish Closes For Next 5 Days
In Acadia Parish, DOTD is closing the Pontoon Bridge on LA 91 (Estherwood Highway) beginning at 8 AM Thursday (March 22) until 4 PM Tuesday (March 27) as crews will be performing repairs and modifications to the pontoon and north apron.
Verot School Road Closures For Widening Project Continue
The widening of Verot School Road continues this week as 2 of its intersections will be closed from 7 AM Thursday (March 22) until 7 PM Friday (March 23), weather permitting.