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Deputies arrest fraudulent contractor wanted throughout Acadiana

A man wanted for contractor fraud throughout the Acadiana area, is now in jail. Detectives arrested Neal Joseph Laperouse on September 11, 2014, after receiving a tip that he was hiding at an abandoned home near Loreauville, LA.

Local responders reflect on 9/11

To say we all remember September 11th doesn't really go far enough. It's a day most of us neither can nor would ever want to forget. And for most of us, watching the events of that day thirteen years ago, was overwhelming.

Daughter of Lafayette Parish Sheriff dies at 42

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday, September 15, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. in the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist for Alison Neustrom, 42, who passed away on September 10, 2014 after an eleven-month battle with pancreatic cancer.

Gas prices down due to high oil production and no summer disturbances in Gulf

We all have noticed lower prices at the pump over the summer, and as the season is coming to a close summer gasolines will begin to switch over to winter gasolines.  This transition usually causes a spike in price, but president of Louisia

Our community came together this morning to commemorate those lost on 9/11

Our community along with the Lafayette Fire Department and local veterans came together at the 9/11 memorial in downtown Lafayette.  Candidate for Senate, Rob Maness, gave a brief speech, and everyone stood in remembrance of what happened

Second Harvest Receives $50k Donation from Morgan Stanley Financial

The great food that is available in South Louisiana is known through out the world and is a huge tourism draw to the area. A lack of food is also part of the picture as one in six househoulds is at risk of hunger in Louisiana.

Councilman Kenneth Boudreaux Does His Part to Take Unwanted Guns Off Streets

Lafayette Councilman Kenneth Boudreaux is well known around the community for his contributions and time he invests in making his home a better place for all to call home.

Lafayette Named One of Most Affordable Hotel Cities by Hotels.com

The accolades keep rolling in for the city of Lafayette and now the hotels in the area get to share the limelight along with the rest of the city.

Fall Book Sale Starts Up Tomorrow Thru Saturday

Here's some good news for you, an event that South Louisiana loves to attend.

Community Leaders Show Support for Senator Landrieu

Community leaders were on hand today to show their support for Senator Mary Landrieu as the upcoming elections draw closer.