I'm just an average man with an average life. Oh, wait. That's already been used in a song. Anyway, I'm a Lafayette native, graduate of Beau Chêne High School and Princeton University, and a lifelong (mostly suffering) New Orleans Saints fan. Growing up, I wanted to be the world heavyweight champion. I've at least attained heavyweight status. I've been told that if I were a wrestler, I'd be called the "Hot Mess Express."
1 Dead In Lafayette House Fire
The State Fire Marshal's Office is assisting with the investigation.
ESA Student From Crowley Picked For Senate Youth Program
Grant Suire will also receive a $10,000 scholarship.
St. Mary Parish Men Arrested On Murder Charges
The suspects are wanted on warrants from Terrebonne Parish.
Carlson Discusses Lafayette Libraries, Possible Deconsolidation
The District 3 parish councilman tackled those issues on Wednesday's edition of Acadiana Morning News.
AUDIO: Lafayette Government, Businesses Creating Mask Compliance Directory
Nanette Cook also discusses the Protect the City Committee and why she had a change of heart about a citywide mask mandate.
LSU Officials: Classes Could “Return To Normal” This Fall
Most classes could be held in-person if vaccine distribution goes as expected.
Broussard Sworn In As Lafayette Administrative Law Judge
Broussard will hand matters pertaining to the city-parish development code.
Lafayette Councils Approve Alcohol Delivery By Food Services
Waitr and similar companies may now bring beer and wine with customers' food orders.
Suspicious Package Turns Out To Be Cat, Newborn Kittens
An Ohio bomb scare yielded a purr-fect discovery.
Lafayette Council To Appoint “Save The City” Committee Members
Nineteen people applied for two at-large positions.
Gillane Named Interim Lafayette Library Director
The board will appoint a committee to search for a permanent director.
Cameron Company, 12 People Indicted In Oyster Scheme
They are accused of violating the federal Lacey Act.