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Gulf Brew Makes It's Way Back Downtown Tomorrow

It's been a long week and as we head into the weekend.How bout a cold beer?!

Gauthier's Celebrates 35 Years and New Location

Gauthiers’ has moved to a new, larger location on I-49 in Carencro. The family-owned company celebrated their move to the new facility with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony earlier today with friends and family.

High School Seniors Participate In Louisiana College Application Month

College ready seniors were completing their college applications with the assistance of LPSS personnel, GEAR UP staff, university recruiters, and professional volunteers this past week at local high schools in effort to promote Louisiana Colleg

Campaigning and Election Day Costs Candidates and Local Governments High Dollar Amounts

Election time is in full swing. No matter where you go, what you watch, or what you read there is a political sign, ad, or commercial to remind you he November 4th elections are just around the corner.

Detectives need your help finding teen missing from New Iberia

Investigators need your help finding a runaway teen that missing from New Iberia.

New Iberia man wanted on 3 counts of attempted murder

The Crowley Police Department is looking for a black man who shot at a three people in the 1100 block of Western Avenue.

Cajuns Fans Take the Bad News with the Good

Today was a mixed bag of good and bad news for Ragin' Cajun fans.

Gumbo Cook-Off Takes Over Cajun Field

It's gumbo weather in South Louisiana, so how about a gumbo cook off? It was perfect weather today for the annual gumbo cook off held by Stone Energy and the United Way of Acadiana.

Voting "Yes" to Amendment #4 Is Next Step In Getting I-49 South Built

Today, the Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce and I-49 South Coalition, along with 21 partner organizations across Louisiana, announced they are in full support of Constitutional Amendment #4.

Lafayette Will Experience Continued Growth According to Economist Dr.Loren Scott

In a breakfast gathering this morning, economist Loren Scott delivered his annual Louisiana Economic Outlook to business leaders from throughout Acadiana.