57-year-old man dies in bike crash on Roselawn Boulevard

A Lafayette man is now dead after a bicycling accident on Roselawn Boulevard.

Broussard council agrees to accept bid for park last night

A new park is about to pop up in Broussard, and phase one is about to start.  Just last night the Broussard City Council agreed to accept Trahan Construction's bid for the first phase of Julien Park Project.  The 122-acre's fi

Lafayette Regional Airport Warns About Phone Scam

The Lafayette Regional Airport is urging Acadiana to be aware of what appears to a phone scam that is leading people to airports under false expectations.

New Iberia Creating "Pocket Park" for Church Alley

New Iberia is known for it's rich history and the city is taking another step to help preserve a well known local area of downtown called Church Alley.

University Hospital & Clinics celebrates one-year anniversary today

It has been an exciting and busy year for University Hospital and Clinics along with Lafayette General Health.  The hospitals celebrated it's one year anniversary today, within a year UHC has expanded it's oncology and cardiology s

Crowley Police arrest Gueydan man on rape charges

A Gueydan man is now in the jail on rape charges. Chief of Crowley Police, K.P. Gibson officers arrested Tanner Venissate, 19, on July 27, 2014, on the charge of forcible rape.

Kansas City police and teens face off

Some teens in Kansas City had a run in with the cops, but it's not what you think. Add officers and some good moves and you have a dance off.

Firm recalls 15K pounds of chicken nuggets due to 'extraneous materials'

Perdue, a Gainesville, Ga. establishment, is recalling approximately 15,306 pounds of frozen, fully cooked chicken nugget product that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, the U.S.

'Pink slime' is back and headed for your burger

The maker of the beef filler dubbed "pink slime" by critics is reopening a plant that it shut in the face of bad publicity two years ago.

Police arrest mother for starving 3-year-old child to death

A Lafayette mother is now in jail for the death of her 3-year-old daughter. Police spokesperson, Paul Mouton, says the child went almost 25 hours without food or fluids before she died of hypothermia and dehydration.