Melville Bank robbery suspect in jail

Saint Landry Parish deputies say another suspected bank robber is in jail.

Eunice man arrested selling drugs from parent's home

Eunice Police say they've arrested a man who was selling drugs out of his parents' house. Eunice police officers say they got quite a few calls about Rico Morgan selling drugs out of the house on Julia Street.

Fake $100 bill leads to drug bust in Eunice

In Eunice police say a man tried to pass off a fake hundred-dollar bill as the real deal and that lead to a drug bust.

Lafayette Post Office moving to Baton Rouge

Lafayette and New Orleans are moving mail processing operations to Baton Rouge.  Starting as early as May out going mail won't be processed in Lafayette. 

Ragin' Cajun's Undefeated.

Your Ragin Cajun softball team is on fire!

Buddy Roemer still running for President

Former Louisiana governor Buddy Roemer says he is still running for President but not as a Republican. Roemer will make a switch to the Independent party official tomorrow.

Police officer celebrates Ash Wednesday

Paul Mouton with Lafayette City Police getting his ashes like Christians around the world today to mark Ash Wednesday and the start of a forty-day period called lent.

Lafayette developer Glenn Stewart arrested for second degree battery

Lafayette developer Glenn Stewart was arrested and charged with second degree battery after Lafayette Police say he punched and knocked out Erin Fitzgerald. He has already bonded out of jail.

New Orleans Ends Mardi Gras With A Bang

In New Orleans Mardi Gras came to an end with the biggest celebration in New Orleans since hurricane Katrina. People from all over the world descended on the crescent city to have a good time.

Lafayette says good bye to Mardi Gras and welcomes in Ash Wednesday

Today is Ash Wednesday and that means another Mardi Gras season is in the books. It was another successful Carnival season here in Lafayette.