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Lafayette makes sand available in preparation for possible flooding

LAFAYETTE, LA — Lafayette Consolidated Government announced this afternoon that sand has been made available.

VA Clinic Gets Help

The long battle to gain a new veterans clinic continues, but there is some good news.

Beekeeping Allowed Back In Lafayette

For the first time in nearly 50 years, bees will be allowed back into Lafayette. Thanks to unanimous vote Tuesday at the Lafayette City-Parish Council bee-keeping will once again be legal within the city limits.

University of Louisiana Happy With Bomb Threat Coordination

The University of Louisiana is back in full swing today after a bomb threat scare shut down the entire campus down yesterday morning and afternoon.

Deputies need help identifying armed robbery suspect

Lafayette authorities need your help identifying a man who allegedly robbed a woman at gunpoint.

UL Lafayette back to normal after bomb threat on campus yesterday

Lafayette Police got the first call around 5:30 Wednesday morning.  They found what appeared to be a bomb in a trash can at Girard Park.

Getting to know your Cane Cutters: Kennon Menard

The Acadiana Cane Cutters are back in town at Fabacher Field in Youngsville. As you might know, the team is made up of all college baseball players from universities in the state of Louisiana as well as nearby states at other schools.

City of Scott Continues to Develop Interstate Exit

As Lafayette continues to grow, so do the out lying cities that make up Lafayette Parish.

Krewe De Kure hosting another Masquerade Ball benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital along with ACS

Krewe De Kure started in 2011 and is a non-profit organization that raises money for cancer research along with celebrate Mardi Gras.  Last year Krewe De Kure raised $4,500 for the American Cancer Society, and this year they are adding St.