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Suspects mysteriously decide not to rob business on Eraste Landry Road

Police need your help finding two black men who attempted an armed robbery in the early morning of July 29, 2014.

Scott Police need help finding man who stole car from St. Mary Street

Scott Police detectives need your help finding the white man pictured above, who stole a car from a convienece store. Chief Chad Leger says the man stole a 1998 green Ford Taurus from the Cracker Barrel on St. Mary Street.

Media Gets Walk Through Cajun Field Progress

Back in March, the demolition work began on the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's Cajun Field as a part of the athletics facilities master plan.

Scott Fire Department Sets Up Fund to Help Carencro Family Whose House Was Burned Down

On Sunday around 10 AM in the 100 block of Reynosa Road in Carencro, 60-year-old Michael Delcambre admitted to setting a mobile home on fire by lighting a t-shirt and placing it in a middle room.

Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour Arrives at Cajundome

Pop star Michael Jackson was known for his iconic music, lavish clothing, and of course his dance moves. He revolutionized live shows and his tradition continues with the help of the world famous Cirque Du Soliel.

UL Lafayette's Ragin Cajun Bridge Program now open to LSUE students

Beginning this fall the Ragin Cajun Bridge program at UL will be available to students enrolled at LSUE as part of a new partnership between the schools.  The bridge program started a year ago with UL partnering with SLCC allowing students

Lafayette Police still looking for Darrell Shelvin, wanted for 2nd Degree Murder

Detectives with Lafayette Police are looking for 23 year old Darrell Shelvin who is believed to be the shooter in the incident on East Foch Street yesterday morning.  Witnesses reported that the victim, a 37 year old man, was involved in a

Boehner flatly denies GOP plans to impeach Obama

House Speaker John Boehner flatly denied Tuesday that congressional Republicans are moving to impeach President Barack Obama, blasting talk about it as "a scam started by Democrats at the White House."

BESE to join Common Core lawsuit against Jindal

Tuesday morning, at a special meeting about Common Core, the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted to join the lawsuit against Governor Jindal.

Police looking for 2 men who robbed store on W. Gloria Switch Road

Lafayette Police are looking for two black men who robbed a convenience store at gunpoint on July 29, 2014. Corporal Nicole Benoit, a police spokesperson says the men left the store in the 100 block of West Gloria