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Eunice man arrested for stabbing horse in its neck, leaving it on railroad tracks

A Eunice man was arrested for allegedly stabbing a horse to death after it fell and injured itself walking across railroad tracks.

Judge approves BP plea agreement, record $4 billion fine

A federal judge in New Orleans Tuesday approved a $4 billion plea agreement for criminal fines and penalties against oil giant BP for the 2010 Gulf oil spill, the largest criminal penalty in U.S. history.

Man wanted for aggravated battery, cruelty to a juvenile

Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish needs your help to locate a wanted fugitive.

Participation in full swing to claim the naming rights of a piece of high profile real estate in Lafayette

The Cajundome will auction off the name of it's facility on EBAY for Mardi Gras weekend.  From February 8th to the 12th the Cajundome will sport a new name.  The money raised will go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Acadi

Dateline to air one hour special on Mickey Shunick investigation

Dateline NBC will air a special tonight that will hit close to home. The one-hour program will detail the search for ULL student Mickey Shunick and the murder conviction that followed.

Unrestrained driver from Rayne dies in single-vehicle crash

Last night, Troopers with Louisiana State Police Troop I investigated a fatal crash on LA Highway 342 near Riceland Road which claimed the life of a Rayne man.

Eclampsia: 5 things you need to know

Millions of "Downton Abbey" viewers were shocked Sunday night when one of the show's main characters, Lady Sybil Branson, died from eclampsia shortly after delivering a daughter.

Rough weather possible in Mississippi Valley

People in the Mississippi River Valley could be in for some dangerous weather Tuesday, the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center warns.

Why new laws could miss America's bigger gun problem

Trent Brewer drove to a parking lot, planning to sell some weed. The transaction never happened.

Obama to pitch immigration reform

President Barack Obama rolls into Las Vegas on Tuesday, ready to double down on immigration reform.