Possible Raise Coming For Louisiana State Workers After Two Years

For the first time in two years Louisiana's 90 thousand state workers could see a raise. It comes at a time when the Jindal Administration says there's a 900 million dollar hole in the budget.

Federal Judge Calls For Transfer of BP Claims Administrator Position

A federal judge has appointed a Lafayette attorney to relieve Ken Feinberg. Patrick Juneau will be the new claims administrator of the oil spill settlement program.

Lafayette Public Library Book Sale To Take Place At Heymann Convention Center From Thursday Through Saturday

 Book lovers are urged to get to the Heymann( high-mann) convention center for the semi annual "Friends of the Lafayette Public Library” book sale.

Ragin Cajun Softball Team Starts Season Off Undefeated

The Ragin Cajun softball team is off to an incredible start. The ladies are undefeated winning 17 games straight.

UL Lafayette Basketball Players Suspended Indefinitely For Breaking Team Rules

Two UL Lafayette athletes no longer have basketball scholarships.

Former Lafayette Businessman Lawmaker Louis Michot Dies

Former state lawmaker Louis Michot has died. The 89 year old was well known as a businessman lawmaker and all around good person.

Governor Jindal Working On Explanation Of New Plan To Make Louisiana Schools Better

With the start of the 2012 session just days away Governor Jindal is working quickly to explain his plan on how to make Louisiana schools better.

Iberia Parish Deputies Make Drug Bust Of 14 Pounds Of Weed

In Iberia parish deputies say they pulled 14 pounds of weed off the streets. They say most of it was found at a trailer on Nico Town Road.

Gentry Richards In Jail For Slashing Mans Throat

A Lafayette man is recovering after his throat was slashed early this morning.

LGMC Healthcare named top in State

At Lafayette General Medical Center, Hospital leaders are excited about being named number one in the state for General Surgery.