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Home Bank Washes Cars to Raise Money For Breast Cancer Awareness

It was an ole fashioned car wash today, but it was held at a bank! It was the annual Pink Day fundraiser at Home Bank in Lafayette raising funds for breast health services.

Cooper Denied Banning of 3 School Board Members On Vote of His Future With LPSS

It's now official, as Judge Durwood Conque issued his ruling that denied Lafayette Superintendent Pat Cooper's request to have Hunter Beasley, Mark Babineaux and Tehmi Chassion banned from voting on the upcoming administrative hearing o

Broussard police arrests man for several vehicle break-ins

Broussard police has a man in custody and is searching for another man after a series of vehicle burglaries in various subdivisions.

Court rules judge in Adrian Peterson case will not step down

 A legal snag in the child abuse case of Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson has been resolved.

4-year old with leukemia celebrates the holidays early

A Utah family knows they only have a limited amount of time with their son, and their determined to make the best of that time. "I can't even imagine being in that situation." Some are decking the halls.

TN toddler gets stuck inside toy claw machine

A toddler is safe after getting stuck in a toy machine in Maryville. The 18-month-old Colin Lambert managed to climb into the toy machine at a coin laundry shop at 1601 East Lamar Alexander at about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Upper Lafayette Economic Development Foundation's "The Importance of Humor in the Workplace and in Your Life"

Today at the Ramada Inn, the Upper Lafayette Economic Development Foundation hosted their “Quest for Your Best” symposium for the fifth year in a row.

Meet the Opelousas Mayoral Candidates: Councilman Reggie Tatum

Last night we began to introduce you to the three candidates running for the mayoral office of Opelousas.

SC football coach fired after controversial 'watermelon ritual'

 (CNN) -- A high school football coach in Charleston, South Carolina, was fired after he permitted a post-game celebratory ritual involving a watermelon that some say is racist.

UNC report finds 18 years of academic fraud to keep athletes playing

 CNN — For 18 years, thousands of students at the prestigious University of North Carolina took fake "paper classes," and advisers funneled athletes into the program to keep them eligible, according to a scathing independen