Apple iPhone import ban sought by suit

Networking giant Ericsson is trying to stop Apple from importing iPhones and iPads to the United States. It's part of a prolonged patent dispute between the two companies that has recently landed in several courts.

Google allows porn on Blogger after backlash

In a reversal, Google says that porn will continue to be allowed on its Blogger site.

UnitedHealth limits coverage for most common hysterectomies

The nation's largest insurer is putting sharp limits on the most common form of hysterectomies, saying the procedure poses a health threat and that a different form of the surgery has been found to be safer.

Asian Americans are quickly catching whites in the wealth race

Asians are on their way to toppling whites as the wealthiest group in America.

3 Daytime Armed Robbery Suspects Arrested

A Lafayette man was robbed in broad daylight while leaving a comic book store. Around noon the 22 year old victim was leaving the comic book store located on Johnston Street when two black male suspects approached his vehicle.

Lafayette's Newest Restaurant Gives Back to RCAF

The grand opening of Moe’s Southwest Grill was more than just about the food, it was also Lafayette’s newest restaurant showing it’s support for local collegiate athletics.

How students plan to fight breast cancer

  "Our kids need to give back to our community. Our community really supports them. I want my kids to understand that when you ask for help, you'll receive it," said Michelle Perk, a teacher at Southeast Middle School.

3 suspects arrested in parking lot robbery

On February 26, 2015, at approximately 12:00 pm, Lafayette Police responded to a parking lot in the 2500 block of Johnston Street regarding an armed robbery.

Jury convicts Lafayette rapper 'Vicious' of Inciting a Riot With Death

Eric Johnson, the Lafayette rapper known as “Vicious,” has been convicted of Inciting a Riot With Death, according to the Lafayette Parish Clerk of Court’s office.

FCC adopts historic Internet rules

NEW YORK (CNNMONEY) — The FCC has passed a historic measure to more strictly regulate the Internet.