A Fourth of July civil rights march in Eunice aimed to expose the alleged injustices of the city's top cop and his department.
In a growing number of cases kidneys are coming from live donors. Relatives and in some cases just friends who are willing to risk their own…
Downtown Lafayette was the scene of Red, White, and Boom, an event dedicated to celebrating our freedom and this great nation.
The Fourth of July brought out a lot of spectators to Erath as they held their annual fire fighter water fights.
The town of Scott will decide whether or not new trailer parks will be allowed there for the next year.
One person is dead following a house fire Sunday morning in River Ranch.
For the second time in as many days, a man has died due to a shooting in the Hub City now.
The Babe Ruth tournament in Abbeville drew in about 1500 out of town visitors that officials hope will spend freely.
Lafayette Police have released the name of the armed man that died in Saturday afternoon's shooting.
The Lafayette Parish School Board is hoping to win voter approval of a half billion dollar capital improvements project.
As veterans all around Acadiana fight for better health care, some vets just want to be able to fix up their own place.
A young Lafayette girl lost her life earlier this week to a sometimes deadly strain of e-coli. Two year old Camille Alyse Begnaud was laid t…
Control of the largest privately owned oilfield service company in the world is changing hands in Lafayette. Donald Mosing, has assumed the …
A Proposal for a new library in Ville Platte aims to increase space and accommodate the disabled.
We're showcasing the brand new Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center in a series of reports called “Medical Marvel.”
Acadiana Outreach is teaming up with area partners to collect “The List” and help families who can't afford all the supplies that are re…