Three New Mexico teens charged with killing homeless men

Three teens admitted to police they attacked two homeless men who were found dead in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Saturday, police said.

Hopkins to pay $190 million after doctor secretly photographed patients

Johns Hopkins Health System has agreed to pay $190 million to settle the case of a gynecologist who secretly photographed and recorded his patients.

La Marquise is turning into an extension of Oil Center based Petroleum Club of Lafayette

One high-end women's clothing and accessories store is becoming a new special events center in Lafayette.  La Marquise, a part of Parc Lafayette, is closing it's doors August 15 to pave the way for an events venue for members of th

BBB of Acadiana alerts public to shady business practices

The Better Business Bureau of Acadiana is alerting the public to a company that has multiple complaints alleging they received paid orders for uniforms, but delivered nothing more than broken promises.

Lafayette ranked happiest city in the nation

Lafayette was recently ranked the number one happiest city in the nation. The top five happiest cities in America are all in Louisiana, according to a recent study by a Harvard pair and a Vancouver professor.

Raccoon Records Back Open for Business

Remember 45's and record albums played on a record player with a needle?

Cameron Street Block Had Successful Weekend Makeover

Cameron Street got it's temporary face-lift this past Saturday in Lafayette thanks to the efforts of the neighborhood community and other Lafayette residents.

Louisiana Hot Sauce Festival Heated Up Acadian Village

Acadian Village is known for celebrating the Cajuns life style and this weekend was no different.

Fitzpatrick Doucette of Kaplan arrested last night for part in hit and run fatality crash that killed cyclist Lon Lomas

42 year old Fitzpatrick Doucette of Kaplan was arrested late last night for his part in a hit and run fatality crash that killed bicyclist Lon Lomas on LA 92 near Milton two weeks ago.  Shortly after State Police reported the hit and run c

City of Scott to smoke sewers lines Tuesday

In continuing to provide better services to the residents of the City of Scott, starting Tuesday, July 22nd, the City of Scott will be smoking sewer lines around the city.