Louisiana Lawmakers Continue To Help Struggling Seafood Industry

Senator David Vitter is working with Senator Mary Landrieu urging the FDA to declare the seafood is all safe to eat. Vitter said this is information Louisiana already know for the most part.

Local Talent On the Way To Superstardom

"Hey guys, it's Kate Stelly at Randy Diddly Studios in Broussard, Louisiana," stated Stelly Kate Stelly, 18, is from New Iberia and is the reigning Baton Rouge idol.

Hornets Fans Hope To Keep Chris Paul In Crescent City

Trade rumors are swirling! Some said Paul is ready to join his good friend Carmelo Anthony in New York with the Knicks. At practice on Friday, Paul only wanted to talk about getting back to basketball.

Honda Expands Recall

The auto giant is expanding its global recall of cars. Honda model years 2001 to 2003 are being recalled because of possibly deadly airbag issues!

Chevy Offers To Buy Back Chevy Volts

Battery fires in the Chevy Volts were reported days after the federal crash tests.

The Singing Christmas Tree Is Back

The holiday season has arrived and that means it is time for an Acadiana tradition. Every year Acadiana has the Singing Christmas Tree at First Baptist Church in Lafayette.

Two Men Arrested For Murdering Elderly Couple

A huge arrest was made public in Eunice yesterday for a double murder that happened almost six years ago.

City of Broussard's Water Bill Due Before Christmas

A Lafayette Water Company is waiting for the city of Broussard to pay their $825,000 water bill.

Unemployment Continues To Rise

Recovery starts with adding jobs but that is not happening fast enough. According to the Labor Department, initial jobless claims rose unexpectedly last week with 402,000 Americans filing for unemployment benefits.

Ragin Cajuns Get Ready For Bowl

The Ragin Cajun football team have only two weeks to get ready for their first bowl game in decades. Head Coach Mark Hudspeth is refusing to entertain the rumors that he might be switching colors.