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Assumption Parish residents waiting for answers

People living in the area say they have been getting better information from Assumption Parish officials. They say it is a big change that has helped make them feel a little bit safer.

New information out about West Nile Virus

There is new information out concerning the West Nile Virus. Just last Friday the Louisiana Department Of Health And Hospitals confirmed a case of the virus in Lafayette Parish which is the first in five years.

Police lawsuit battle continues

The battle continues in the courtroom between 15 current and former Lafayette Police Department Officers versus Lafayette Police Chief Jim Craft along with Joey Durel and Dee Stanley of Lafayette city government.

Texas Brine salt cavern drilling continued

Drilling continued at the Texas Brine salt cavern early Saturday morning. Workers were forced to stop early Friday morning because of broken equipment.

Police seeking suspect who committed multiple burglaries immediately following Hurricane Isaac

Detectives with the Denham Springs Police Department are searching for a suspect who committed multiple thefts immediately following Hurricane Isaac.

Driver dies in single-car crash, impairment suspected

Shortly before 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 23, a Greensburg resident was involved in a single vehicle fatal crash on LA 43 approximately half a mile north of LA 10 in St. Helena Parish.

Deputies: Two bodies found in a field

NBC33 News has confirmed crime scene investigators are at a scene south of Plaquemine. The Iberville Parish Sheriff's office says two bodies were found in a sugarcane field on LA Highway 1 just past St. Louis Road.

Man opens gunfire after being turned away from Shreveport night club

 An alleged gunman is behind bars this morning accused of firing several shots outside a downtown night club.

Home visit from FEMA changes opinions in Central

Residents of Central like the fact that their town is quiet. But in the aftermath of a storm, quiet can often lead to overlooked.

ExxonMobil announces $500,000 in grant money to area agencies helping with Isaac aftermath

Volunteers and crews from agencies across Louisiana have been working around the clock in the wake of Hurricane Isaac.