Local News

Cajuns Grab Big Win Over the Weekend

Things are going very good right now for the UL Ragin' Cajuns. This past Saturday, the Cajuns extended their win streak to five games with a 44 to 16 whipping of New Mexico State.

Remembering the Great Ragin' Cajun and Person, Orlando Thomas

The sad news on the death of Orlando Thomas spread quickly across Acadiana and the nation yesterday.

Second Harvest Food Bank: Turkey and a $20

The holiday season is getting closer than we think every day and Thanksgiving will be here before you know it. The reality for some is the holidays mean a time to figure out how to put food on the table.

Carencro Unveils Vet Memorial

People all around Acadiana showed their respect this Veterans day by honoring those who have served or are still serving in the military.

Vermilion River: Lafayette's Hidden Treasure

The City of Lafayette and Acadiana are rich with history and culture. It’s residents proudly wear it on their sleeve when celebrating their Cajun heritage every chance they get.

Suspect demands 3 packs of cigarettes, money in robbery on N University Avenue

Lafayette Police detectives are looking for a black man who robbed a convenience store in the 1300 block of North University Avenue.

Mayor Durel Urges Council to Move Money Where Needed for City

The question of whether you want drainage or how bout road tax or do you want animal control. Mayor President Joey Durel has come to the city council members of lafayette parish with a plan that would take care of all three.

Victor White III Rally Over Weekend Looks for Answers

The controversy on the death of Victor White III reached another level over the weekend.

Spitting AIDS; outdated Louisiana law

 A lesser known Louisiana law passed in the late 1980's is stirring up controversy, the HIV intentional exposure law prohibits anyone infected with aids from knowingly spreading the disease. Makes sense right?

Modern Woodsmen Helps "Escape From Poverty" Organization with Donation

Today Escape From Poverty, a non-profit organization dedicated to stopping the cycle of poverty, accepted a check for five thousand dollars today on behalf of the Modern Woodmen.