La. Sees Relatively Strong Personal Income Growth During 2nd Q.
At a 5.9% increase, Louisiana has seen a relatively strong growth in personal income in the second quarter of 2018, ranking second in the nation only to Texas at 6%.
Verizon Wireless Outage Affecting Phones Nationwide
If you tried making a call on your Verizon phone and got an error message from Verizon, you're not alone.
Town Hall Schedule for Fire Protection Service Property Tax Vote
Town hall meetings have been announced throughout Lafayette Parish ahead of the December 8th elections.
Arrest Made as Pair Caught Allegedly Stealing from Scrap Yard
44-year-old Marcus Ward of Lafayette is behind bars after he was caught allegedly stealing from a scrap yard late Saturday night in Scott.
$24 Million Grant Awarded to La. to Combat Opioid Crisis
The Louisiana Health Department has received a $24 million grant from the federal government to combat the opioid epidemic.
Celebrating The Cajun French Tradition La Toussaint
Halloween night will be a fun night of parties, scares and candy. Many families across South Louisiana will also be getting prepared for the November 1st Cajun French tradition of "La Toussaint". Will you?
Front Doors of Louisiana Capitol Building to Reopen Soon
Visitors to the Louisiana Capitol may have noticed that scaffolding used to restore the building's limestone and mortar is gone.
Out Of The Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk November 10
Join us Saturday, November 10, 2018, at 8:30 AM at the Youngsville Sports Complex for this year's walk and help raise awareness of depression and suicide.
1 Person Hospitalized After Crane Collapse On I-10 (UPDATED)
Callers to KPEL News say another vehicle then hit the crane.
The Melting Pot in Baton Rouge Closing Doors After 19 Years
The restaurant, located on Corporate Boulevard in Baton Rouge, announced on their Facebook page this past Sunday that their last day open will be September 29.
Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office Daily Arrest Report
There were several people booked into the Lafayette Jail in the last 24 hours.
Parts Of Louisiana Capitol Building Could Fall On Visitors
A new covered walkway should allow visitors to safely access the building through the front door for the first time in three years.
Bayou Blend Chorus Is Looking For Voices To Join Them
See for yourself at a special performance scheduled for November 4th.
Jury Selection Set For Today In Brian Pope Trial
Pope is accused of using public money for political purposes and then lying about that money under oath.
Car Crashes Near A House On Pinhook
The driver of this vehicle is reported to be in critical condition at a local hospital.
77th Annual Sugar Cane Festival Begins Wednesday
Here's everything you'd need to know about this week's Sugar Cane Festival in New Iberia.
Church Point Man Arrested With 63 Pounds Of Cocaine
A routine traffic stop leads to a drug bust that will take almost $900,000 of cocaine off the South Louisiana streets.
'American Pickers' Coming Back to Louisiana
The popular History Channel television show 'American Pickers' is coming back to Louisiana in December, and they are looking for leads.
UL Baseball Sets Fall Schedule
A couple of match-ups against quality junior college programs highlight the fall baseball schedule for the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns
Teenager Arrested In New Iberia Shooting
A 16-year-old suspect is behind bars after a shooting just before noon on Monday in the area of Cletus Drive and Lynn Circle in New Iberia.