Local News

Judge denies Brandon Scott Lavergne’s second appeal

The Lafayette man who pled guilty to killing two women was denied a second appeal today.

Rayne man arrested on drug charges

A routine traffic stop has led to a man being arrested on drug charges.

Local band Tandem releasing first album and opening tomorrow night at Cajun Heartland State Fair

Tandem, a local band made up of local boys from Acadiana is ending one chapter of their lives and starting another.  The band is made up of the drummer, Matthew Dubea who is graduating from Lafayette High School tomorrow, Kevin Trosper the

Texas Brine to begin making settlement offers to residents near sinkhole

Bruce Martin, Vice President of Operations for Texas Brine Company, issued the following statement today regarding settlment offers to residents in Bayou Corne.

Suicidal driver arrested for causing crash that injured infant, adult

An infant and a 37-year-old man were sent to the hospital this morning after a car crash. The driver who caused it was allegedly attempting to commit suicide.

Vinton man accused of incest, cruelty to juveniles captured in Texas

A Vinton man was tracked down in Texas after a Grand Jury indicted him for charges related to incest and cruelty to juveniles.

GOHSEP announces ALERT FM; sends emergency alerts straight to your phone

Just in time for hurricane season, there's a new way to get the latest information from state police on watches, warnings, and alerts.

Good Times with Herman Fuselier

The premiere of Good Times with Herman Fuselier. Everything you need to know to make your weekend better. 

Professional Golfer Chris Arceneaux comes back home to Lafayette

City-parish council member Kenneth Boudreaux held a press conference today to welcome Lafayette native and professional golfer Chris Arceneaux back to the community.  Arceneaux is a Northside High School native and now the CEO of the Darby

Prepare for storm season with the 2013 Louisiana Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday

Louisiana residents can save money on flashlights, batteries, generators and other emergency supplies during the 2013 Louisiana Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday on Saturday, May 25, and Sunday, May 26.