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Meet the Opelousas Mayoral Candidates: Mayor Don Cravins

With heated races all around Louisiana and the November 4th election just around the corner, candidates are making their last rounds to ensure their campaign will come to a successful end.

Senator Elbert Guillory Asks Colonel Rob Maness to Pull Out Senate Race to Help Republican Party

Less than two weeks away from the big election day on November 4th, early voting started yesterday in lafayette as the political races continue to heat up.

Broussard police arrest 2 Lafayette men possessing synthetic marijuana

Broussard Police has two Lafayette men in custody after a traffic violation led to the discovery of 328 grams of synthetic marijuana.

Breaux Bridge man wanted on outstanding warrant

Police spokesperson, Ginny Higgins says, Brian Messer, 28, of Breaux Bridge, is wanted on the following charges: Failure to Appear on 07/05/2011 Original Charge: Possession of Schedule II; Vyvanse

Iberia Police arrests 15-year-old after 5 burglaries

IBERIA PARISH, LA (KADN) — A 15-year-old is now in juvenile detention after investigators linked him to 5 burglaries within the New Iberia communities.

Suspect Who Ran Car Into Home and Fled is Caught

Here's a different twist to the hit and run traffic story.

Senate Candidate Wants Shot at Debates

As the big election day of November 4th get's closer and closer, the race for senate continues to be up for grabs between Democrat Mary Landrieu and chief challenger Republican Bill Cassidy plus Republican Colonel Rob Maness and don't f

Early Voting Rally Held on UL's Campus Today

Earlier today on the University of Louisiana’s campus, a rally was held in order inform students of early voting.

Lafayette PD Warns Giving Money to Strangers

Lafayette Police are attempting to obtain any information in regards to a scam that has occurred throughout Lafayette. The reported incidents occurred on September 12, 2014, October 11, 16, and 17, 2014 during daytime hours.

Capital One Gives Back to Community

During the month of October, Capital One Bank employees have been showing their support for the community they serve by supporting local nonprofits in areas where associates live and work and areas of the community that need it most.