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Wanted Lafayette Parish mother surrenders to authrorities, bonds out of jail

Brandi Comeaux, the Lafayette Parish mother accused of allowing juveniles to drink at a party at her home, turned herself in to authorities.

La Place residents still recovering two years later: Hurricane Isaac

August 29th is a day residents in St. John the Baptist Parish won't soon forget. For many, it's a reminder of the hardships they endured when hurricane Isaac swept through their close-knit community.

Three people hurt in crash involving Lafayette Parish school bus

Three people are injured after a crash at the intersection of Johnston Street and Doucet Road Friday afternoon. 

Cajun Field Ready to Show Off Renovations

The excietment and all the hype has been building for quite some time now, but are you ready for some football? Tomorrow evening at 6pm, Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns and the Southern University Jaguars will start the new season. 

Lafayette Police Ask For Help Identifying Bank Robber

Yesterday afternoon, just before 5pm, Lafayette Police Department responded to MidSouth Bank located on the 300 block of Heyman Boulevard in reference to a bank robbery.

Tailgating BBQ Safety

With college football starting up and labor day weekend just kicking off, friends and family are gathering around their barbecue pits cooking up their favorite foods.

New law forcing two people in state to retire early

The law prevents anyone seventy or older from running for constable or justice of the peace in Louisiana.  It's actually been on the books since 2006 and had an exemption that excluded anyone elected before then.  State Senator El

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Firm recalls salad kit sold at Sam's Club due to listeria concern

APPA Fine Foods, a Corona, Calif. establishment, is recalling approximately 92,657 pounds of fully cooked chicken Caesar salad kit products due to concerns about possible Listeria monocytogenes (Lm) contamination, the U.S.