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New rhum, old plantation

There's something new coming to Baton Rouge, something we haven't seen since prohibition days and it's all thanks to the innovation of an old family plantation.

Cajuns Find Their Groove

Like the old saying goes, "winning cures a lot of ill's", and that saying fits the UL Ragin Cajun football team.

Internationally Acclaimed Urban Designer Speaks on Lafayette's Traffic Situation

Internationally acclaimed speaker Ben Hamilton-Baillie came to Lafayette this afternoon and discussed cutting edge techniques for balancing the needs of cars and people, which is a timely topic for dealing with the traffic and growth of Lafayet

Accused Bares Killer Attacks Deputy

Quintylan Kerry Richard, one of two men accused in the June killing of an off-duty Vermilion Parish sheriff’s deputy, attacked a deputy in the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center Monday night according to the Lafayette Sheriff’s De

Lafayette High Prepares for Tough Barbe Team

With the Cajuns on the road this week and not playing until Tuesday, high school football is the only game you can catch in town this weekend.

Lafayette police search for attempted carwash burglar

The Lafayette Police are looking for a man who tried to burglarize a carwash on West Pinhook Road.

St. Mary Parish deputies made arrest in Four Corners homicide

UPDATE (10/9/14):  St. Mary Parish deputies have arrested Anthony Jamal Loston, 24, of Jeanerette, LA. in connection to the murder of Ronald J. Chillis Jr.

Festivals Acadiens et Creoles Celebrates 40 Years This Weekend

It only happens once a year, and it happens this weekend. It's the 40th anniversary of one of Acadiana's biggest and most popular festival's. It's time for Festivals Acadiens et Creoles.

Coach Hud Hopes to Build on Conference Win

There are smiles on the faces of UL Lafayette Ragin Cajun fans. That's what happens when the football team wins a game, especially after losing three in a row.

Mark Cockerham's Lawyer Speaks Up On Lawsuit

It was learned yesterday that school board member of District 7, Mark Cockerham, would resign the remainder of his term due to his home address which was found to not be in the right district after a rezoning.