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New Iberia Judge Elect Trey Haik Inducted Today at City Hall

For the first time in 33 years the city of New Iberia swore in it’s newest judge elect Trey Haik.

Sunday Night Shooting Leaves 1 Robber Dead and Another in Hospital

A Sunday night shooting has left one burglar dead and another shot but in stable condition.

Firework Sales in Acadiana Slowed By Rain But Expected to Pick Up

New Year’s Eve is fast approaching and as we get closer the sounds of fireworks are slowly beginning to be heard.

New laws to watch out for January 1st

  More than 20 new laws will take effect this new year. They include cracking down on online payday lenders and banning smoking near any state-owned buildings.

Man arrested for aggravated burglary on Evangeline Thruway

On December 27, 2014, at approximately 10:00 pm, Lafayette Police responded to an Aggravated Burglary in the 600 block of the NE Evangeline Thruway.

Man robs Family Dollar on Carmel Drive at gunpoint

On December 29, 2014, at approximately 8:30 pm, Lafayette Police responded to an armed robbery at the Family Dollar store, located in the 100 block of Carmel Drive.

Police investigating armed robbery of Church's Chicken

On December 29, 2014, at approximately 12:30 am, Lafayette Police responded to an armed robbery at Church’s Chicken, located at 212 SW Evangeline Thruway.

Lafayette's Recent Gun Incidents Not Random Acts of Violence

Over the last three months a rise in violent crimes involving weapons have been reported in the Lafayette area.

IceGators GM on Teams Standing and Outlook on Rest of Season

After a tough couple of losses to the Mississippi River Kings over the weekend, the IceGators move to 22 and 11 on the year.

Holiday Depression: A Not So Happy Holidays for All

The gifts are all unwrapped and the goodies devoured but for some the holidays do not mean cheer and joy.