A federal judge has refused to throw out a court challenge to a Louisiana law that has required people convicted of soliciting oral or anal …
Parents whose children attend public school in Saint Landry Parish were rallying outside the school board office in Opelousas Thursday.
A Houston based energy company has come to the aid of a number of a non-profit organizations in the Lafayette area.
Tropical Storm Nate added muscle Thursday as it meandered in the Bay of Campeche off Mexico's Gulf coast.
Lafayette Specialty Surgical Hospital has again been named in the top 100 best healthcare workplaces in the nation.
Louisiana will be receiving an education grant from the US Department of Education valued at nearly 28.5 million dollars.
Saint Genevieve and Teurlings Catholic were on lockdown Thursday morning while three men were on the run from police.
Free gas and water will soon be a thing of the past for Ville Platte residents who have illegal meters in their yard.
Strong winds from Lee blew over two Oak trees over the weekend at South City Park in Opelousas Wednesday.
The Evangeline Parish School Board has adopted a new annual operating budget for the 2011-2012 fiscal year.
Mandatory counseling sessions have been held for Thibodaux Police officers dealing with the gruesome death of a disabled child.
On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette community will remember the victims, including Robert Hymel, an al…
Fast food restaurants in four states are accepting food stamps as a means of payment from homeless and disabled customers.
What began as a fender bender could result in some serious jail time for an Opelousas man.
A popular Facebook page showcasing those who were “Busted in Acadiana” will soon not exist.
A school bus driver is charged with simple battery after being accused of striking a child's parent.