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Cases of highly contagious avian influenza continue to spread across US

A highly contagious strain of avian influenza or "bird flu" has infected turkey flocks in Arkansas and Missouri.

Lafayette Real Estate Market Holding Strong

When oil prices drop the Acadiana area collectively hold their breath to see what parts of the economy may be affected.

Delcambre's Seafood and Farmer's Market is Back

With the rain moving out by Saturday and the temperatures expected to be in the mid 70’s, what better way to spend your Saturday than at the Delcambre Seafood and Farmer’s Market.

Ferguson's police chief, city manager quit -- but is that enough?

Ferguson's police chief is gone. So is the city manager. And the top court clerk was fired for sending racist emails. But are these high-level changes enough satisfy all residents? Absolutely not, they say.

Military helicopter crash: Air search expected to resume midday

If heavy fog clears Thursday morning, an air search will resume for seven Marines and four Army aircrew feared dead after their Black Hawk helicopter crashed into waters off the Florida Panhandle.

Crawfish prices on decline is good news for Acadiana area

Many crawfish lovers around Acadiana have been apprehensive to get their boiled crawfish due to high prices, but it’s time to take out your bibs and crawfish trays.

Spring Book Sale back to raise money for local library

We are all looking forward to Spring and to get a early start, it's time for the Spring Book Sale.

LPSS Gets Second GEAR UP Grant

The Lafayette Gear Up Organization met today at the University of Louisiana’s Student Union this morning along with their community partners to kick off the start of a new 18.3 million dollar grant awarded to the Lafayette Parish School D

Obama offers help for student borrowers

President Obama unveiled new steps Tuesday designed to help students avoid the pitfalls of excessive student debt.

These temporary tattoos measure glucose

At the local office supply store, a roller-ball gel pen will cost you about 50 cents. With a little tinkering, researchers are taking that same pen and using it to measure glucose levels.