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Lafayette Council Meeting on Smoke Free Initiative Gets Tense

Lafayette Councilman Kenneth Boudreaux hosted a lively meeting that turned controversial last night, dealing with a smoke free initiative to ban smoking in bars and night clubs.

Boustany Pushing Ramp Act Amendment

US Congressman Charles Boustany stopped by Fox and NBC studios today to talk about his efforts to help commerce continue flowing out of our local ports..  

I-10 Gets Packed With Traffic

The very busy I-10 got real busy and wild yesterday when Louisiana State Police Troop I pulled an alabama man over for following too close near the Henderson Exit.

Broussard And Lafayette Mayors Consider Separation From Partnership

After years of fighting between the city of Broussard and the city of Lafayette, Lafayette Mayor President Joey Durel says he's considering extending an olive branch of sorts to Broussard Mayor Charles Langlinais(long la nay).

Bond Set At One Million Dollars For DUI Convictee

Bond is set at a million dollars for the man accused of killing seven people in slaughter while allegedly driving under the influence..   An East Feliciana judge made the ruling earlier today.

Eunice Man Arrested For Second Offense Carnal Knowledge

A Eunice man is under arrest again for carnal knowledge of a juvenile.  

Sheriff Seeking Identity Of Persons Possibly Connected to Woman Found Dismembered

NEW ORLEANS, LA (NBC33) — Law enforcement revealed the surveillance video showing two persons of interest in the case of a Louisiana woman whose dismembered body was found over several beach locations in Mississippi.

Twins Burgers And Sweets Opens

The papers are now gone and the window's are open at the old Southside Bakery..   The new name of the former bakery is now Twins Burger's and Sweets at South College and Johnston Street.

Tigers Baseball Team Faces Painful Agony Of Defeat

The largest crowd to ever watch a baseball game was on hand at the box to watch the Tigers season come to a close Sunday night.

Triple A To Assist Motorists On Memorial Day And Labor Day

A consumer alert for you tonight triple a says it will assist 7.9 million motorists between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day.