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Man arrested for making threatening call that shut down Thibodaux schools, government buildings

 A man was arrested this evening for allegedly calling in a threat that shut down government buildings and schools in the Thibodaux area.

Zachary Elementary School aids school affected by Hurricane Issac

Hard work is paying off for students at Zachary Elementary School.

Tony Chachere’s to launch 'Bold Seasoning'

Tony Chachere’s to Launch “Bold” Seasoning Louisiana will be the launch site for Tony Chachere’s newest product—Bold Seasoning, says President and CEO Don Chachere.

Father, son arrested for attacking deputy, biting his face

A chaotic scene unfolded over the weekend at an IHOP restaurant in Terrebonne Parish that led to the arrest of a father and his son. Several people were attacked, including a deputy who was bitten on his face.

GRAPHIC WARNING: Cat found hanging from noose, family suspects hate crime

 A disturbing investigation has been launched in East Feliciana after an elderly man woke up Sunday morning to find that someone had killed and strung up his 6-month-old cat, leaving it hanging from a noose in his front yard.

Festivals Acadiens this weekend

This weekend is the 38th annual Festivals Acadiens et Creoles in Girard Park. Over 50 Cajun and Zydeco bands will play there, and there will be arts and crafts, and of course great food!

Ragin' Cajuns thrash Green Wave at Homecoming game

The Ragin' Cajuns smashed Tulane 41 to 13 in their homecoming game this past Saturday.

Youngs Middle School receives potential threat

It was a scary morning at an area middle school when the principal got a call from a parent saying she thinks her stepson brought a gun to school.

Pineville Indian site being dug up by amateur archaeologists

Amateur archaeologists are working for the U.S. forest service to dig up an ancient Indian site in Pineville.

Hurricane Isaac victims still uninformed on how to get help

Fema has found that lots of people still do not know how to get help, 6 weeks after Hurricane Isaac so they are going door to door to tell people that there are still recovery centers where they can go to get answers.