Dardenne Talks To Teachers About Louisiana Bicentennial Program

Yesterday Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne was in Lafayette to announce the Louisiana Bicentennial Program. The event happened at the Thibodeaux Career and Technical School.

Ragin Cajun Basketball Team Wins Against Western Kentucky

The Ragin Cajun basketball team has just returned from a long road trip. They had a stop at Western Kentucky where they won a game with six players on the court.

Heavy Rains Caused Some Flooding In Acadiana

The upper Lafayette area caught a large part of the weather. Mainly in the Carencro and Scott communities. Low lying areas were impacted as coolies and bayous over-flowed their banks.

Man Wanted For Shooting At Grocery Store

Lafayette Police are looking for a man who they said opened fire at a grocery store on 14th Street.

Armed Robbery Suspect Jailed

Police said Nathan Sonnier, 28, pulled out a handgun and held up a convenience store on the 600 block of Kaliste Saloom Road. Detectives said Sonnier took off on foot with the cash, a drink, and a pack of cigarettes.

Krotz Springs Teen Is Missing

Korey Devillier, 16, was last seen on Thursday night in Krotz Springs. If anyone has seen Devillier please contact the Krotz Springs Police Department.

LSU Tigers Return Home

The LSU Tigers returned home as #2 in the country without a trophy or a big welcoming party! About two dozen fans showed up to thank the football team for an almost perfect season.

Supreme Court To Decide If Cursing and Nudity Should Be Allowed On Cable TV

The First Amendment case centers around a 2003 episode of ABC's NYPD Blue. The network was fined by the FCC for showing a woman's nude behind.

LG and Samsung Show Off Newest Televisions

LG and Samsung are unveiling a new range of super flat screen televisions. The new 55 inch sets are only 4 millimeters thick! One of the models weighs just under 17 pounds!


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