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Lafayette Police Unravel Possible Break In Mickey Shunick Case

Lafayette Police may have a break in the Mickey Shunick case. Video captured from City Hall shows a cyclist riding down Versailles Boulevard in the time frame Mickey went missing.

Capital One Bank Account Program A Success

The banking business starts early with Capital One Bank and students at Alice Boucher Elementary.

Breakthrough in the case of missing UL student

Lafayette Parish, La — Detectives were able to identify a bicyclist believed to be Mickey Shunick traveling on Versailles Blvd and Saint Landry Street.  At approximately 1:47 am the bicyclist is captured on Versailles Blvd traveling

Ragin Cajuns Softball Team One Game Away From Womens College World Series

The Ragin Cajun softball team has one more win to go before making it to the big show  in Oklahoma City. The ladies stunned the Arizona State Sundevils at their house last night six to nothing.

Louisiana To Go Tax Free On Hurricane Season Purchases

The State of Louisiana is going tax-free this Saturday and Sunday for all storm-prep related items at warehouse stores.

Benefit Planned For Mickey Shunick

Until someone comes forward about Mickey Shunick's disappearence, the search continues and donations are needed to keep the effort going.

Lafayette Police Still Investigating Mickey Shunick Disappearence

Lafayette Police are addressing the rumors that are circulating about Mickey Shunick's disappearance.   They want to be clear that this is still a missing persons case.

Big Names In Country Music To Rock Bayou Country Superfest

 If Bayou Country SuperFest in Baton Rouge is where you're spending this Memorial Day weekend, you can bet Tiger Stadium will be looking a whole lot different come Saturday.

Times Picayune To Focus Attention Online

The state's largest newspaper, The Times Picayune, will soon be printed only three days a week.  That move was announced earlier today. The paper will now focus most of it's attention online.

Hurricane Season To Begin June First

NOAA says the season should consist of nine to fifteen tropical storms and four to eight of those will strengthen into hurricanes.