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Acadiana High Looks to Get Back to Winning Ways Versus Rival School Lafayette

Everyone remembers their high school days and having that one rival school that everyone looked forward to playing before the season even started.

Lafayette High Football Prepares for Acadiana High Rivalry

Turning back the clock 25 years ago to 1989. There is Jay Domengeaux a young 175 pound freshman catcher on the then USL baseball team.

73rd Sugar Cane Festival Kicks Off Tonight

The Sugar Cane Festival kicked off tonight in Downtown New Iberia bringing in the 73rd year of the celebration.

Senator Landrieu Keeps Promise to Metal Shark Boats

U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu during a visit to Metal Shark Aluminum Boats in Jeanerette announced today that the Coast Guard ordered 44 response boats worth a total value of $15.2 million from Metal Shark.

Man wanted for damaging walls, property in Lafayette apartment

Detectives are looking for a Lafayette man who damaged property and walls inside of an apartment complex on Oak Crest Drive.

I-49 South predicted to make huge impact on oil and gas industry

Legislators and state departments alike continue to talk about the future of I-49 South, and how important it will be to everyone here in south Louisiana.  One industry that will be greatly impacted is the oil and gas industry.

SCAM ALERT: con artists claim to be Crowley Police detectives

Crowley Police have received several calls from local businesses regarding a scam. These local businesses have received phone calls from an individual claiming to be a detective with the Crowley Police Department Fraud Unit.

Broussard Police looking for suspect in church car burglaries

Broussard Police detectives are looking for Christopher Lejeune who, they say, burglarized two cars at the Sacred Heart Church.

Lack of Red Light Ticket Payments Lawsuit on Hold

There are always two sides to a story. And the red light camera enforcement story has those against and those that are for it. Some folks would rather get a ticket from a real person instead of from a camera.

Board President Dr. Hunter Beasley conveys why he's running for re-election

The past two years have been tough for the Lafayette Parish School Board, but Board President Hunter Beasley believes the district can get better.  This is the reason he decided to run again for school board member of District 8.