Man Killed After Runing Over Police Officer

UPDATED -- Funeral services have been scheduled for, Tony Sonnier, the man shot and killed by a Lafayette police officer. Sonnier, 46, is believed to have been involved in a stabbing Friday night.

Ragin Cajuns Stay Optimistic

The Ragin Cajuns did not quite make it to a seventh win in a row in Bowling Green. But the home team is not letting a loss get them down.

LAGCOE Event Started Yesterday

UPDATED -- Hundreds of oil and gas companies from all over the world are spending time at the Cajundome Convention Center. It is all for the bi-annual LAGCO show that kicked off yesterday.

CHORD OVERSTREET SET TO RETURN TO THE “GLEE” CLUB

GLEE Returns with All-New Episodes Tuesday, November 1, on FOX Chord Overstreet will return to GLEE’s McKinley High as underdog SAM EVANS for a multi-episode arc beginning this December on FOX.

Assistant Superintendent Takes Leave; May Not Be Back

James Olivier, an assistant superintendent has taken leave and according to school board insiders, Olivier is not coming back. Olivier did not say why he was leaving.

Durel Wins

City-Parish President, Joey Durel, will serve a third term in office. Durel beat his competition, Mike Stagg, who was hoping to replace him.  

Voters Make Decision On Lafayette's City and Parish Governments

UPDATED -- Lafayette Parish voters decided to keep the city and parish government the same. A majority of voters in the city and parish decided not to deconsolidate.  

Secretary of State's Office Checks Into Website Crash

Secretary of State Tom Schedler said he and his staff are looking into what crashed their website on election night. Everyone including the news media could not get the numbers they needed Saturday.

Student Athletes Could Recieve Increase In Grants

Student athletes could get more money if a change to NCAA policy becomes a reality. NCAA President Mark Emmert said he supports a proposal to allow conferences to increase grants to student athletes by $2,000.

Big Win For Dardenne and Ard

Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne keeps his seat with a six percent win over Plaquemines Parish Presdent Billy Nungesser. It was a close race right to the end but Dardenne said he is thankful to continue the work he loves.