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Superdome Is Now Complete

The New Orleans' Superdome is finally ready.  Today the Saints will take on the San Francisco 49ers for their first preseason game. Officials are calling it a brand new stadium.

Yesterday Was Ragin Cajun Football Media Day

The Ragin Cajun have brand new uniforms! The players said a new look is just what the doctor ordered.

Crossing Guards Are Ready For New School Year

The kids head back to school Monday and the crossing guards are ready! "They do it in the heat, in the rain, in the cold with no complaints," explained Sgt. Mark Francis, Lafayette City Police.

American Schools Get A Report Card

The nation's report card on American schools came out Wednesday. It shows education in Louisiana is still falling short of the national average. That is according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress.

Gretna Man Suing Police Department For Dog Bites

  Cody Melancon, 25, said one of the police department's dogs bit him several times in the groin area.

Arrest for murder on Angie Street

Sheriff Louis Ackal advises that Detectives with the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested Joey J. Rogers of New Iberia for second degree murder which occurred at 1220 Angie Street on August 9, 2011.

Kennedy Urges Congress To Fix Credit Crunch

State Treasurer, John Kennedy, had some harsh words for both sides of the political aisle in Washington. "They're acting like Beavis and Butthead," exclaimed Kennedy.

Page Cortez Will Be Running For the Senate

State Representative, Page Cortez, made it official yesterday. Cortez has decided he will run for Senate seat in District 23.

CEO Leaves One of Acadiana's Largest Non-Profit Orginization

Acadiana Outreach Center board members are not saying much but  the CEO, Rick Newton, is no longer with the agency. Newton had been running Acadiana Outreach since January of last year.

Tragic Weekend For Two Navy Seals

UPDATED -- President Obama made an unannounced trip to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware yesterday.