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UL Baseball set for Opening Day

The UL baseball's drive for Ohama begins tomorrow night at M.L. "Tigue" Moore Field when the Cajuns host the Nebraska Cornhuskers. UL players and coaches put on a smile today for the cameras.

Update: Clause Lane Double Shooting

Lafayette Police say, as a result of the ongoing investigation by detectives with the Lafayette Police Department, evidence indicates that a disturbance took place inside of the residence and turned violent.

Bead Sale

If you don't have your beads for the big Mardi Gras parade...we have just the place for you. The Lafayette association for retarded citizens annual bead sale is going on right now at Mardi Gras beads and more.

Bar Ordinance Settled

The city of Lafayette and downtown bar owners have finally come to an agreement on police patrol. The new ordinance requires the larger bars to pay $15-hundred dollars a month for added security. Smaller bars will be charged by t

Lafayette Police Investigate Double Shooting

Marie Moreau says she heard gun shots around 5 this morning. “I was awakened by what sounded to me like a shot.” Marie says she listened for another, but didn't hear anything. “I wasn't sure if it was just my just dreami

Crunch week for Cajuns hoops

You’ve heard of March Madness…but don’t forget about Frantic February. UL's Ragin Cajuns men's hoops squad has a tough task the next two weeks.

Comfort Inn death

Two men have been arrested in connection with the body found at the Comfort Inn. Lafayette police say 23-year-old Marshall Guillot allegedly hit Scott Halter, who later died from that head injury last Friday. Police say Halter was in a

King Cake Series: Great Harvest Bread Co.

Mardi Gras means a few things…beads, parades and…king cakes. From now until Mardi Gras, we’re on a mission to find the best king cake in Acadiana. So it’s time for a hunt! I’m looking for our most unique king cake.

Crawfish Production Down

As crawfish farmers continue to pull nearly empty traps from their ponds, some worry the season shortage is here to stay. "From last year’s numbers, we're about 50% down.

Inmate's Family Demands Answers

The family of an Iberia inmate found dead in his holding cell Friday is demanding a separate autopsy and investigation be launched. “This man was murdered.