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Payton says goodbye to his Ragin' Cajun family.

It's been a wild and frantic time for Elfrid Payton. Last Thursday night in New York he was the number ten player picked in the NBA Draft. Shortly thereafer he was traded to the Orlando Magic and will start his professional career soon.

Jennings officer out of ICU, on the road to recovery

Sgt. Ricky Benoit, the Jennings police officer who was shot in the neck by 30 year old George Lowdins, is recovering well from the gunshot that nearly took his life.

BP Claims Administrator Pat Juneau speaks with KADN Fox 15 News

Pat Juneau, head administrator of the billion-dollar BP Claims Settlement, sat down with us recently and talked about the importance of such an important and influential job.

Downtown Development Authority trying to break record with highest public attendance at tomorrow night's council meeting

The Downtown Development Authority is making a plea to the public to come out tomorrow night and attend the City-Parish Coucil meeting on the future of Lafayette and downtown development.  They are asking everyone in the community to be a

Local dentist goes the extra mile to help veterans in need

With all the healthcare problems veterans in our country face there are many doctors who go the extra mile to support and help veterans with honor and pride. Dr. Jerod Petry, a dentist, is one of those doctors.

Cajun basketball star Elfrid Payton goes in the first round of the NBA Draft

Former UL Ragin Cajuns men's basketball standout Elfrid Payton made history last night in the NBA draft.

LCG and LPD moving forward with amended "junk vehicle" ordinance

Lafayette City-Parish Government has amend the "junked vehicle" ordinance. The new amendments, which were passed of few months ago, are an effort to revive blighted areas of the community.

Shooting in Verdunville leaves man in hospital

One man is in the hospital after an apparent shooting in Verdunville.

58-year-old man robs Circle K in New Iberia with knife

A 58-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly robbed a convince store in New Iberia.

Good Times with Herman Fuselier

The super circus heroes come to the rescue. Local authors participate in a book signing. The blind boys of Alabama spread the good news. These are the good times in the area this weekend.