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Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Day of Service for Chevron Employees at Second Harvest Food Bank

Many look at Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a day off, but Chevron employees and Second Harvest Food Bank have turned it into a day of giving back.

UL Track and Field See New Renovations As Part of Master Plan

The University of Louisiana’s Sports Facility has seen some major renovation over the last 8 years.

Arbor Day In Girard Park Puts New Trees For All to Enjoy

Over the weekend, the over 50 year old event known as Arbor Day was celebrated, and it was a classic win, win, win Arbor day.

22-year-old woman missing from Lafayette

Deputies are looking for a 22-year-old mentally challenged woman who has been missing since January 14, 2015. Capt. Craig Stansbury says Marva Davidson was last seen leaving her home on Sweetbriar Drive.

Cajuns Look to Bounce Back After First Conference Loss

The high flying, red hot Ragin Cajun basketball team is now back to earth. Last night, the Cajuns went on the road to Statesboro, Georgia and got handed a 78 to 70 loss.

Criminal Defense Lawyer Daniel Stanford Sentenced to 121 Months In Prison

The long drawn out legal process regarding the federal curious goods conspiracy case has now come to a close. It all revolved around the sales of synthetic marijuana branded as "Mr. Miyagi".

Resident Who Shot At Fleeing Intruders Charged Aggravated Second Degree Battery

Yesterday around 3pm Lafayette responded to a home located near the intersection of Louisiana Avenue and Webb Street.

Horse Farm Park Project Sees Minor Delays But Still On Track

The Horse Farm located off of Johnston Street has some big plans in the future, even if those plans are a little further away than expected.

Man Charged in Breaux Bridge Wreck That Took Lives of Two Kids and Severely Injuring Another

32 year old Jeremy Abraham who was accused of killing two teenage girls and injuring a third last October in a hit-and-run in Breaux Bridge has been charged with vehicular homicide.