Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office Daily Arrest Report
There were thirty-one people booked into the jail in the last 24 hours.
Disturbing Video Shows City Attempting To Put Whale In Dumpster
A video has been circulating on social media that shows a city worker on a forklift attempting to put a deceased whale in a dumpster, but the whale doesn't fit and it falls to the ground.
City Park in New Orleans Hosting 'Scout Island Scream Park'
If you want to get your scream on this Halloween season, then perhaps a trip to New Orleans is the ticket for you.
Court Rules On Minimum Age Law For Louisiana Strippers
Legislation that would raise the minimum age for Louisiana's exotic dancers to 21 has been overturned by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Rain Likely For The Weekend But Not A Total Washout
A busy weekend across Acadiana could be interrupted by passing showers and thunderstorms.
Puyau Investigation On Hold, Again
The attorney selected by the school board to investigate allegations made against Jerome Puyau has turned down the assignment.
Michael Lotief Files Suit Against UL
Former Louisiana Ragin' Cajun head softball coach Michael Lotief has filed a lawsuit against his former employer
Week 4 High School Football On The Radio/Scores
Tonight will be the fourth Friday of high school football action in the Acadiana area for the 2018 season, and we have three outstanding games that will be broadcast over our airwaves
Good Schedule For Keeping A Clean House
I know that housekeeping isn't everyone's favorite activity, but if you keep this list handy, it'll help you to stay on task, helping keep a tidier home!
Bach Lunch Fall 2018 Lineup
The Bach Lunch Concert Series is celebrating their fall 2018 season with free lunch time music on Fridays in beautiful downtown Lafayette.
Successful People Do These Things Before 8:00 am Every Day
The first part of your day can change your life, so make it count.
Gofundme For Woman Injured In Lafayette Vehicle Fire
I was driving down Kaliste Saloom Road a few days ago when I spotted a burning minivan in front of McCallister's Deli. The woman driving the vehicle was injured in the fire...
PSC to Investigate Rural Electric Co-ops' Spending Practices
Commissioner Foster Campbell says he’s discovered excessive compensation for executives and expenses for board members.
LSU AgCenter Awarded CDC Grant to Combat Obesity
The LSU AgCenter has been awarded a $5 million, five-year grant from the CDC that will fund an ongoing program to improve health in rural Louisiana and expand it to more parishes.
Gov Edwards: A Budget Surplus is a Good Thing
Governor John Bel Edwards says Louisiana finished the fiscal year that ended June 30th with a budget surplus of approximately $300 million.
Ticketmaster Accused Of Working With Scalpers And Taking A Cut
In a recent undercover investigation, Ticketmaster was reportedly caught participating in a "secret scalper program" with ticket scalpers, and as a result making a mint from the ticket fees.
A Different Resolution, A Different Decision
Should people be concerned about decisions council members make about resolutions?
I-10 Lane Closures Happening TONIGHT at Basin Bridge
This is part of the I-10 Widening Project.
Official says multiple people killed in shooting
An official says multiple people have been killed in a shooting Harford County, Maryland.
Appeal Court Looks at Permit for Bayou Bridge Pipeline
A state appeal court is reviewing a judge's order that state regulators reconsider the issuance of a permit for construction of part of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline in south Louisiana.