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FBI Needs Help Finding A Carencro man

UPDATED -- In New Iberia there was a possible sighting of the man wanted in Denver for allegedly raping an 8 year-old girl.

Vision Airlines Now Offering Ticket Deals For Lafayette

UPDATED -- Florida beaches are now just a quick plane flight away. Vision Airlines will be flying out of the Lafayette Airport now.

Roemer Continues With Possible Presidential Run

Buddy Roemer is still testing the waters for a possible presidential run. The former Louisiana governor is in Baton Rouge campaigning. He said he is not worried about still being a virtual unknown.

Go Fishing For Free This Weekend

The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is allowing everyone to fish in local waters without a license on June 11th and 12th.

Traffic Alert For St. Martin Parish Drivers

The Pontoon Bridge will be off limits daily between the hours of 9 am to 10 am and again at 3pm to 4pm until further notice. Officials said they need to free up the Lilly Raft caused by the recent flooding.

Little Over Half A Dozen Gates Still Opened At Morganza Spillway

The Army Corps of Engineers said there are only seven gates opened at the Morganza Spillway. There is less water flowing from the Mississippi River into the Atchafalaya Basin.

Trace Adkins Loses Tennessee Home In Fire

The country singer is on tour but his children were at the home with a family friend when the flames started spreading. Fortunately, everyone got out safely including the family's dog.

Lafayette's Put On A Watering Schedule

Eventhough there were a few storms in the area, it was still not enough water to fix the drought.

Saturday's Severe Storm Has Some Still Cleaning Up

The clean up continued yesterday after Saturday's severe storm that raced across the viewing area. Light poles and even traffic lights all across the area fell victim to the strong winds.

Yesterday Marked Sixty-Seven Years Since D-Day

The invasion of Europe took place during World War II. Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy, France. General Dwight D. Eisenhower gave the go ahead for the largest amphibious military operation in history.