Gas Prices Across America Continue Climb

Nearly a third of the country's drivers pay four dollars or more for a gallon of gasoline.

Red Cross Continues Helping South Louisiana Flood Victims

The Red Cross is continuing to help out people in the more than 12 hundred homes affected by severe flooding in South Louisiana.

Lafayette Metro Narcotics Agents Put Marijuana Dealer Out Of Business

Lafayette Metro Narcotics Agents say they've put a synthetic marijuana dealer out of business.

Iberia Parish Investigators Arrest Man On Child Porn Charges

Iberia Parish investigators have arrested a man on child porn charges. Detectives tell us 18 year old Zackary Owens had pornographic images of a girl under the age of 16.

Nations Best Pro Golfers To Come To Acadiana For The Local Chitimacha Louisiana Open

Some of the nation's best pro golfers are headed to town for the Chitimacha Louisiana open. The pro's will be playing for 500 thousand dollars with 90 thousand going to the winner.

Senate Education Committee Approves Bill That Toughens Teacher Tenure Standards

The Senate Education Committee has approved a bill to toughen teacher tenure standards. If Senate Bill 603 takes effect it would take teachers five years instead of three to receive tenure.

Lafayette Voted Tastiest Town In South By Southern Living

The city of Lafayette has been voted the tastiest town in the south by Southern Living magazine readers Nearly 520 thousand people voted in the contest with nearly 200 thousand votes going to Lafayette.

Red Cross And Office Of Emergency Preparedness Providing Aid To Lafayette Residents Affected By Flooding

Lafayette residents are getting water from Red Cross volunteers and the office of emergency preparedness. Volunteers are helping throughout the Acadiana area.

Lafayette Residents Still Dealing With Flooding

Many people are still dealing with flooding and along Smith Reed road in Lafayette Parish thirty homes have no running water.

Louisiana Teachers Voice Opinions On Two Jindal Backed Bills On The Steps Of The Louisiana State Capitol

Hundreds of teachers made their voices heard on the steps of the Capitol this morning. They were protesting two house bills backed by Governor Bobby Jindal.