Iberia Parish deputies continue to clean up the streets

Iberia Parish deputies have been very busy trying to get prostitutes off the streets.

Lafayette police arrested seven drivers at checkpoint

It all went down Thursday night near the Blackhem Colliseum on Johnston Street. Police checked more than 800 cars. Seven drivers were arrested and charged with drunk driving.

One lucky man wins a motorcycle!

A St. Martinville man will be cruising around on a brand new motorcycle! Be on the look out for 46 year old Bruce Burleigh.

Filing taxes for one woman turns out to be a nightmare

A woman from Louisiana said filing her taxes this year has been more frustrating than ever. That is after she found out someone else had already used her social security number to file his or her taxes.

Law enforcement will be on the look out for litterbugs

The Pick It Up Or Pay Up Campaign is actually led by Jay Dardenne. Extra patrols statewide will be looking for offenders all weekend. If someone is caught littering, he or she can face fines up to $5,000.

A former Louisiana governor is drawing a lot of attention

For a virtual unknown, former Louisiana Governor, Buddy Roemer, is getting some national attention in his possible run for the presidency. Buddy Roemer's is turning heads.

Louisiana author wins award for his biography

Another former Louisiana Governor is the subject of an award winning book. Leo Honeycutt wrote, Edwin Edwards, Governor of Louisiana, an authorized biography.

LSU fans considered tenth worst sports fans

LSU fans have been named the tenth worst sports fans in America. That ranking  comes from GQ Magazine's April issue.

Lafayette police recognized for DWI enforcement

Lafayette police have been recognized for their DWI enforcement efforts. Believe it or not, Lafayette PD is ranked fourth in the state for DWI enforcement arrests.

Some coastal parish leaders complain Dardenne is not doing enough

Plaquemines Parish President, Billy Nungesser said Jay Dardenne is supposed to be using BP's money to help bring vacationers back to cities and towns. But he has kept many coastal parish leaders out of the loop!