Ragin Cajuns Hope To Recruit More Fans

Lafayette General Medical Center has teamed up with UL Coach Mark Hudspeth and the Cajun Athletic Department by providing all newborns at the hospital with a children's book called, Born To Be A Ragin Cajun.

Exciting Win For the Ragin Cajuns

The comeback win over UL Monroe has been called one of the most exciting wins in Ragin Cajuns football history! The Ragin Cajuns scored two touchdowns in the final three minutes of the game for a thrilling 36 to 35 victory.

Football Chin Straps Being Recalled

More than half a million Under Armour football chin straps are being recalled! That is because the metal snap on the Under Armour Defender variety is sharp enough to cut another player.

Listeria Outbreak Sparks Lawsuits

According to the Denver Post, Jensen Farms in Colorado does not have enough insurance to cover the estimated $100 million in damages that could eventually result from the deaths and illnesses.

Cravins And Elbert Faced Off

Sparks flew yesterday at UL during a debate for a senate seat runoff in Opelousas. It was between Democrats Donald Cravins and Elbert Guillory. In front of a packed house both candidates refused to hold back.

Veteran's Day Deals

Applebee's will salutes the military this Veteran's Day. Active duty military and veterans will get a free Signature Entree at participating locations on Friday during regular business hours.

Lexus Gets Ready For Christmas

Lexus is rolling out its, December To Remember, promotion a month early according to USA Today. The automaker is offering special financing and lease deals now on a number of 2011 and 2012 models.

Amtrak Gets Ready For Thanksgiving

The Thanksgiving Day holiday is Amtrak's busiest travel time of the year. Amtrak will be adding more trains and rail cars to a number of routes which will include those going through Chicago and the Midwest.

Man Allegedly Hitches Ride And Shoots Driver In Face

Lafayette Police have arrested Dontevious Thomas after they said he tried to make a run for it with the victim's car.

New Gulf Coast Study Underway

The new study will be looking at how the oil spill impacted the health of clean up workers. The National Institutes of Health is trying to find 55,000 people who had some part in the clean up.