Louisiana Homeless Grants

The U.S. Housing and Urban Development has awarded Louisiana more than $26 million to help 153 homeless programs continue operating next yea…

Cooper’s Contract Finalized

New Lafayette Parish School Superintendent Pat Cooper's contract was finalized and signed Tuesday approving his $190,000 a year salary.

Bar Tax Repeal Update

A vote to repeal a special tax for downtown bars and clubs to supplement police security failed to pass

School Budget Forum

People concerned about the current financial situation of the St. Landry Parish School District will hold a forum this week.

New Orleans National Guard

The 191 people gunned down in New Orleans this year, has sparked another demand that the National Guard be returned to patrolling city stree…

Lemoine to Retire

Burnell Lemoine has done everything from being a teacher to a principal, to a superintendent.

Morgan City Shooting Arrests

Tuesday Officers were dispatched to a shooting. While enroute, Officers were advised that two people where shot and the shooter was still on…

Rooster Fight Broken Up

The St. Landry Sheriff's Office received an anonymous tip about a rooster fighting event which in Sunset Saturday.

Night Club Owner Shot

The owner of El Rancho the Ranchito night club on Cameron Street was shot during a robbery Monday Morning.

Teacher of the Year Nominees

The Lafayette Education Foundation received over 1,300 teacher of the year recommendations this year.

Indecent Behavior Arrest

Scott City Police have arrested Ronald Cormier on the charges of Indecent Behavior with a juvenile.

ACA Presents Migration by Hobey Ford

Hobey Ford immerses the audience in the original story of a young Mexican girl, and her family's migration to the United States. Her jou…

Brett Baer Interview

Brett Baer drilled a 50 yd field goal with the clock expiring lifting the Cajuns to the 32-30 win over the Aztecs in the New Orleans Bowl.

Kim Jong Il is Dead

The North Korean leader whose iron rule and nuclear ambitions have dominated world security fears for more than a decade has died.

Jeanerette City Layoffs

The city of Jeanerette will have to lay off some of its employees, though it's not known yet how many will be terminated.