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Falling Prices at Gas Pump Cause Concern for Acadiana Area and State

With gas prices continuing to drop, people all at the gas pump all around the country are smiling.

Lafayette General Shows Latest Breast Cancer Detection Technology Soon To Be Available at LGMC

Today at Lafayette General Medical Center residents got their first look at the biggest breakthrough in breast cancer detection, soon to be available at LGMC Breast Center.

Youngsville's Pat's Grocery and Meats Closing Doors After 27 Years

Youngsville is one of the most booming cities in the Acadiana area and with growth comes the addition of big name stores. While exciting, when chain stores roll in the long time mom and pop grocery stores have trouble competing.

Girard Park Restocks Rainbow Trout Due to Increase of Fishing at Park

Just over two months ago, we gave you the good news of the Lafayette Girard Park pond being stocked with rainbow trout.

Lafayette Kicks-Off Event Filled Martin Luther King Jr. Day With Flag Raising

This morning a flag raising ceremony for Martin Luther King Jr. Day kicked off the beginning of a day full of events at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center in Lafayette.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Day of Service for Chevron Employees at Second Harvest Food Bank

Many look at Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a day off, but Chevron employees and Second Harvest Food Bank have turned it into a day of giving back.

UL Track and Field See New Renovations As Part of Master Plan

The University of Louisiana’s Sports Facility has seen some major renovation over the last 8 years.

Arbor Day In Girard Park Puts New Trees For All to Enjoy

Over the weekend, the over 50 year old event known as Arbor Day was celebrated, and it was a classic win, win, win Arbor day.

22-year-old woman missing from Lafayette

Deputies are looking for a 22-year-old mentally challenged woman who has been missing since January 14, 2015. Capt. Craig Stansbury says Marva Davidson was last seen leaving her home on Sweetbriar Drive.

Cajuns Look to Bounce Back After First Conference Loss

The high flying, red hot Ragin Cajun basketball team is now back to earth. Last night, the Cajuns went on the road to Statesboro, Georgia and got handed a 78 to 70 loss.