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DHH confirms 3 new West Nile virus cases in Louisiana

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) has confirmed three new West Nile virus cases this week, bringing this year's total number of cases to 48.

DOC: Career criminal will not be released following recent arrest

A man who was arrested in Baton Rouge after fleeing from deputies will remain locked up in the Lafayette Parish Prison due to his extensive criminal history, according to the Department of Corrections.

Good Times with Herman Fuselier

OCTOBER IS JAMMED WITH GOOD TIMES THAT CONTINUE THIS WEEKEND WITH FESTIVALS ACADIENS ET CREOLE, CHORALE ACADIENNE AND THE SEMI ANNUAL ANTIQUES FAIR IN WASHINGTON 

LOCATED: Mother returns 2 children to their father, still wanted by deputies for simple kidnapping

UPDATE: Officials say the children have been returned to their father. However, they are still searching for Doucett. She is wanted for Simple Kidnapping (two counts).  

Festivals Acadian kicking off the weekend festival

Preparations are underway to kick off the Festivals Acadian starting tonight at 5 pm with the cutting of the boudin links and going on through Sunday.  This festival started back in 1974 with the intent of the festival being to get people

Lafayette man arrested for stalking, attempted murder of 3 people

A month long investigation resulted in the arrest of a 25-year-old man for stalking and attempted murder.

October is now Dwarfism Awareness Month

We all know October is breast cancer awareness month, but it's also an awareness month for dwarfism.  Kelsey is a local girl who was born with dwarfism.  Her parents found a local support group called The Little Cajuns.  It&#

Elderly couple killed in Concordia Parish crash

A crash involving three vehicles killed a husband and wife from Ferriday on October 9. Troopers responded to the crash around 8:40 p.m., which occurred on US Hwy 84 at Ferriday Drive.

St. John Parish protects water supply amid recent amoeba detection

As a result of the recent detection of amoeba in two parish water systems, St. John Parish has implemented additional sampling and testing procedures to ensure the water supply remains safe.

Lafayette burglar arrested after crash in Baton Rouge faces additional charges in Acadia Parish

An incarcerated 38-year-old Lafayette man has been charged for a burglary that occurred on Standard Mill Road near Rayne.