Local News

LUS Fiber Receives Praise From President Barack Obama

Lafayette has received many accolades over the last year winning awards from various outlets for our friendliness, our food, and even our successful growth as a city, but the biggest one may have just come from the President of the United State

OWI Causes Another Fatality in Lafayette

Tuesday Lafayette Police responded to a major crash at the intersection of Dulles and Ambassador.

Addition of Buses Get UL Students to Campus Faster

When UL students woke up this morning the last thing they wanted to do was wait 20 minutes for a bus in the cold windy weather.

Local King Cake Favorites: Poupart Bakery

With Mardi Gras season upon us every Wednesday leading up to Fat Tuesday we will bring you an inside look at all of your favorite local king cake makers.

St. Martin Parish authorities searchs for wanted woman

(St. Martinville, LA)-The St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest regarding an ongoing investigation.

Breaux Bridge man wanted on outstanding warrant

(St. Martinville, LA.)-The St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Nathushun Singleton, 36, Main Hwy., Breaux Bridge, for the following:

IceGators Look to Break SPHL Crowd Record At Cajundome February 27th

Everyone knows that South Louisiana loves sports and that includes playing on the ice. The game of professional hockey with the Louisiana IceGators has been a love affair since back in the 90's and it's still going today.

Cupid's Newest Album Release Comes With Fan Excitement

There's some new music out there as of today with the national CD release from Acadiana's own Cupid.

Donation of Computers to Help Head Start Students in Duson

MidSouth Bank along with JeNelle Chargois donated 11 computers to Alexander Head Start in Duson earlier today in effort to help prepare the students for not only kindergarten, but also the technological world.

New Lafayette Animal Shelter Funding to Provide Much Needed Help

The Lafayette Animal Shelter got some good news from the city council last Tuesday as they approved three additional positions to help more than double the amount of caretakers at the shelter currently.