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Former Senator John Breaux: Senate Race is About Louisiana, Not Who Supports Obama

As the November 4th elections get closer, the amount of campaign ads in TV, radio, and newspapers begin to increase. Opponents are pointing out each other’s weaknesses to sway the public in favor of themselves.

Old Vogue Provides Lafayette with Halloween Apparel

From a young age kids love to play dress up and pretend to be someone else, and as we get older that same sense of dressing up something else just for the fun of it becomes reignited when Halloween time comes around.

Meet the Lafayette City Marshal Race Candidates: Kip Judice

The countdown continues toward election day of Tuesday November, 4th.

Elfrid Payton: Ragin' Cajun Makes NBA Debut In Home City Tomorrow Night

Tomorrow night the NBA will be tipping off the 2014 regular season and basketball will be in full swing again.

Centerville inmate found dead in his cell

The St. Mary Parish Coroner has pronounced an inmate dead after a jailer found him unresponsive in his cell.

Home Depot transforms Vietnam veteran's home

"I probably was one of the youngest American soldiers in Vietnam. I went into the service when I was 17 years old. I had my 18th birthday in Vietnam.

LOPA Receives Generous Donation in Honor of Christian Nelson

A year and a half ago in may 2013, at 19 years old, Christian Nelson died in a tragic accident, but christian lives on by giving life to others through the Louisiana Organ Procurement Program.

Don's Restaurant Celebrates 80 Years

It's been a week of birthday wishes and fun for one of Lafayette's long time favorites. It's a very special 80th happy birthday for the original Don's Seafood and Steakhouse in downtown Lafayette.

Meet the Opelousas Mayoral Candidates: Harvey Darbonne

Tonight we wrap up our coverage of the mayoral race in Opelousas with candidates Mayor Don Cravins, Harvey Darbonne, and Councilman Reggie Tatum.

UL Hosts First "Science Day"

The University of Louisiana’s College of Science held it’s first ever Science Day today on campus for high school students from all around the state.