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Class mandatory to freshman at UL help students learn about University

For the second year in a row UL has made a class mandatory for all incoming freshmen.  The class is called University 100 and it teaches students life skills, and how to navigate campus and use the resources that the University has to offe

Deputies arrest 2, looking for 3rd suspect in Russo Milazzo Road shooting

Two men are in jail and another suspect is at large for shooting a man in St. Martinville on August 18, 2014.

UL Students Back On Campus

The school bells rang again today in Lafayette.The Fall Semester has started up over at the UL Lafayette campus.

Local business owner speaks out about his ongoing lawsuit with St. Landry Homestead Bank

It's one man's word against his bank.  St. Landry Homestead filed a lawsuit against Hubert Vidrine for falling behind on his loan payments, but he says he's the victim.

State Police continue to investigate alleged suicide of Victor White III

The investigation continues tonight after a man shot himself in the back of an Iberia Parish Sheriff's car while he was handcuffed.  Victor White III's autopsy report has been released, and it claims that White was shot in the ches

Police Chief Craft Says 8 Lafayette Massage Parlors Shutdown For Illegal Activity

Lafayette Police in joint effort with the Federal Government and both Calcasieu and Bossier Parish Law Enforcement Agencies have announced today an investigation that had lead to arrests and seizures at 8 massage parlor locations in Lafayette c

Going Into 4th Year, Coach Hud Says Biggest Difference From Year One is Depth

With football fever at a all time high around Cajun Field, you can sense football is only a few short days away. Five days to be exact.

Justin Centanni running for Sixth District Seat on Lafayette Parish School Board

Surrounded by family, friends and neighbors Justin Centanni officially announced his bid for the sixth district seat on the Lafayette Parish School Board.  Centanni is a parent with children in public and private schools in Lafayette, and

Louisiana Department of Treasury Urges All to Collect Any Unclaimed Properties

Need a little spending money for the upcoming weekend? Then, check out the money that may be yours tomorrow for Unclaimed Property Awareness Day.

Huge type O blood shortage in Acadiana

There is an urgent need for type O blood donors in the Acadiana area, joining the nation in a growing number of blood centers that are encouraging blood donors to step up and help out during the final weeks of August.  With Labor Day weeke