Wierd Twist In Fatal Train Wreck

Detectives said Greg Renodo, 21, the man who was hit by a train in Scott Friday, also is the same man who stabbed a woman in Rayne about two hours earlier! Witnesses said Renodo threw himself in front of the train.

Officers Find Stolen Merchandise Inside of U-Haul

St. Martin Parish deputies found stolen tires inside of a stolen U-Haul. The deputies found the truck stuck in a ditch on the Doyle Melancon extension in Breaux Bridge.

Police Officers Convicted For Violating Civil Rights

Five New Orleans police officers have been convicted of Civil Rights violations. The federal jury found the current and former officers guilty for the 2005 shootings.

Experts Are Seeing More Louisiana Companies Going Green

Companies like Kleinpeter Dairy has decided to go green.  In the last several years the company has found creative ways to recycle and save energy!

Tax Free Weekend

This past weekend was a tax free back to school shopping weekend. According to the Department of Revenue, consumers were given a 4% break Friday and Saturday at stores all across the state.

Biggest Child Pornography Bust In U.S. History Has Louisiana Link

"Some of the children featured in these images and videos were just infants, and in many cases the children being victimized were in obvious and also intentional pain," exclaimed Eric Holder, Attorney General.

Acadiana School Conselor Sentenced For Having Sex With A Minor

A Lafayette judge handed Allison Hargrave, 40, a thirty year sentence in prison yesterday for having sex with a 14 year old student.

Man Stabbed After Arguing With A Group of People

Police said a 23 year old lafayette man was arguing with some people on the corner of Walker and Sternberg around 9:30 Tuesday night when someone pulled out a knife and stabbed him.

Lafayette Host Night Out Against Crime

Last night several law enforcement agencies hosted their annual Night Out Against Crime. Acadiana families were invited to come out and enjoy some food, music, and get to know the people who put on the uniforms.

Golden Arches Going Up In Grand Coteau

The groundbreaking for a new McDonald's was held yesterday. The restaurant will put 80 people to work. This is good news for that city and the south Louisiana family who is opening it up.