Family shares concerning video; provider talks to News 10.
Tax season is in full swing and won’t be the average season for thousands of Louisianians this year.
Youth athletics coaches in Lafayette Parish are protesting what they call “outrageous fees” they’re being charged to use public parks.
Nearly five months after the historic flood of 2016, several families are still forced to call hotel rooms their home.
On Pete Guidry Road in St. Martin Parish, residents are fed up with one of their neighbors who repeatedly parks cars on the road and blocks …
If you’re looking to repair or buy a vehicle it can be difficult to spot one with flood damage to the untrained eye.
During the historic flooding, as thousands of Louisianans rushed out to offer food, water, and even prayer to flood victims in Red Cross she…
Online retailers discovered a goldmine when they gave shoppers the capability to make purchases from the comforts of home.
LUS only became aware of the issue a couple months ago but residents have video evidence of sewage back-up dating back to November 2015.
If you’ve ever driven along Ambassador Caffery, chances are you’ve lost your patience waiting for the light to change.
A family in St. Landry Parish is fed up with a problem they say has been going on for years.
Tabernacle of Hope church in Lafayette has served as a place for worship, as well as a food pantry for those in need.
A Franklin woman trying to make home renovations for her disabled husband now finds herself in a bind.
Residents of one Lafayette subdivision are fed up with the amount of traffic passing through their neighborhood.
Some St. Landry Parish residents say the Mallet Bridge closure is forcing them to take a significant detour.
Water woes continue in the Village of Palmetto. Residents are concerned about discolored water and exposed pipes.