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Coach Hud Happy With Southern Win, But Says Team Needs Work

After all the anticipation for the 2014 Ragin' Cajun football season to begin. Rain all day Saturday could not put a damper on the opening game.

Sheriff's Department Warns Against Contributing to Minors

Friday we told you about Brandi Comeaux, the woman who hosted a party at her residence where she provided alcohol for several juveniles.

Boustany Happy With Decision to Penalize Subsidized Mexican Sugar

Louisiana is a major producer of American sugar, ranked second overall in production of sugar cane. The sugar industry has an annual overall income of $3.5 billion in the state of Louisiana alone.

Lafayette Police Department Arrest Man In Possession of AK-47

Saturday morning around 12:30 AM Lafayette Police responded to an ATM located at the Chase Bank on Moss Street regarding suspicious circumstances.

SLCC to Build New $7 Million Campus in St.Martinville

South Louisiana Community College plans to begin construction of a new $7 million campus in St. Martinville in November and hopes to move in by November 2015.

St. Mary deputies investigating boat theft in Ashton

St. Mary Parish deputies are looking for a boat that was stolen around mid-August 2014.

BBB: scammers are posing as Microsoft trying to access personal computers

Better Business Bureau Serving Acadiana has recently received numerous reports of a scam where scammers are calling local residents posing to be Microsoft and asking for access to computers to “clean them up” or repair them.

Families flock to Baker's annual Labor Day parade and picnic

For many of us, Labor day is a particulary special holiday. It's a day that honors our working class citizens for their contribution to the community. And today, the city of Baker made sure its residents knew they were appreciated.

District Attorney Mike Harson talks legality of "use of force" in your home

With the recent shooting on California Street that claimed the life of Ramsey Demouchet, who was believed to be robbing a home, a lot of questions have been raised as to if the shooter, the homeowner, will be charged with killing Demouchet.&nbs

Some Lafayette residents upset by Costco coming to town

The large warehouse retailer Costco is coming to Lafayette which has many excited, but some residents are still upset about how the deal was put together.  Costco was brought to the area because of a tax break incentive for the land owner