After months of controversy and court proceedings the Lafayette Housing Authority finally has a new board of directors.
After the oil spill took a toll on the economy, local businesses are hoping Mardi Gras season gives them a boost.
It was just under a year ago when Earl Kidder was reported missing at the Sherburne Wild Life Reserve in St. Martin Parish.
The Kaplan food bank has been providing food to the hungry and homeless for nearly 20 years and now they have to find a new home of their ow…
The city is going to be working hard to ensure we have a safe and fun Mardi Gras, and police officers want to remind you of a few things.
A large crowd of youthful demonstrators marched on the Lafayette Parish Courthouse Wednesday.
The SMILE agency in Lafayette and around the state may soon be in serious trouble if the federal government approves a 50% budget cut.
The Lafayette Charter Commission decided to adopt a plan that would leave consolidated government in tact Tuesday.
An 11 year old is fighting for his life after being struck by a vehicle Tuesday night.
We have new information on the man who escaped from a prison in Oklahoma and was featured on Americas Most Wanted.
The federal government has issued the first deep water drilling permit since the moratorium. However, politicians say, it's no time for …
A Deputy in Iberia Parish is on the other side of the jail cell, accused of trying to sell drugs to inmates.
With budgets tightening across the country and here in Louisiana, higher education is feeling the squeeze.
According to AAA the price for a gallon of gas nationwide jumped 19 cents from $3.17 to $3.36 in just the last seven days.
There is rising concern among healthcare professionals that misuse of the 911 system is putting stress on these services.
A recent string of copper thefts in Acadia Parish has one contractor more than just losing money.