Grants for Offshore Workers

Oil rig workers still struggling because of last year's federally imposed deepwater moratorium can soon start applying for help.

Work May Not be so Good for Teens

Ever heard the expression “hard work never killed anybody”? This common phrase may be intended for building character, but it may not always…

Brothers to Stand Trial

The two men suspected of murdering a man outside a Hub City convenience store in August 2008 will stand trial together.

Lafayette Bus Crash

A morning crash near Acadiana High left one person badly injured and a bus hanging off the edge of the road.

Step n Strut Ban

The annual Step and Strut Horse Trail Ride in Opelousas remains under a ban enacted back in December.

State of the Parish

City-Parish President Joey Durel delivered his annual state of the parish address Wednesday morning.

Operation Pay or Stay

Individuals who had outstanding warrants for failure to pay child support were arrested in St. Martinville Wednesday.

Development Controversy

The developer of a new high end shopping and hotel district in Lafayette is looking for consumers help to foot the bill.

Baldwin Alderman Denied Eligibility

The 16th Judicial Court determined that Tony Gibson could not maintain his position because of a felony charge 14 years ago.

Obama’s New Budget

The President says his plan is a mix of spending freezes, cuts, and tax hikes on the wealthy, while preserving allocations to social securit…

Vitter Blocks Appointments

Senator David Vitter says the Interior Department and the Obama Administration are solely responsible for Seahawk Drilling's bankruptcy.

Child Safety Seat Recall

Nearly 800,000 child safety seats are being recalled. The recall covers booster, convertible and infant seats made by Dorel Juvenile group.

Jonathan Perry Wins!

Election results are in, and Republican Jonathan Perry squeaked by Democratic Opponent Nathan Granger by four percentage points.