Retired Colonel Takes On Different Tour of Duty

Colonel John Folsom are driving across all 50 states in his Shelby Mustang to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Family Fund.

Numbers In for July 4th Weekend

Six drivers were killed in car crashes and none of them were wearing a seat belt. In Baton Rouge, forty-one drunk drivers were caught. Those numbers are down from previous years.

Weekend Murder Victim Identified

Lafayette police have identified the man killed on Northern Avenue over the weekend. The man has been identified as 36 year old, Patrick Thibeaux. Jonathon Alfred, 38, has been arrested for murdering Thibeaux.

Lafayette Little League Team Needs Help From Community

The Challenger Baseball League is for kids with disabilities. The team has been going strong for four years. Now the players have received a special invite to the Little League World Series!

Man On Mission To Encourage Organ Donation

Cyclists were pedaling through Louisiana yesterday to spread a message about organ donation. The pack was led by kidney recipient, David Landsberg.

Warning Labels On Cigarettes Are Working

A national stop smoking help line said incoming calls doubled the day after the new labels were unveiled. The new labels actually show images of dead bodies, diseased lungs, a man on a ventilator, and even rotten teeth!

Gov. Jindal Signs R&D Tax Credit Bill at Stuller

Lafayette, LA (KADN) - Today, Gov. Bobby Jindal joined Stuller Inc. founder and Chairman Matt Stuller at the company’s Lafayette headquarters to sign SB 135 by Sen.

Louisiana Celebrates the Fourth of July

In 1776, the Continental Congress formally adopted the Declaration of Independence proclaiming freedom of the United States of America from Great Britain.

Flag Reminds Everybody About Burn Ban

The state fire marshall is flying a red flag outside of the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry on Florida Boulevard. The flag is up to remind everyone that there is still a state wide burn ban.

One Teacher Is Fed Up With State's Education System

Joyce Haynes said lawmakers continue to take away funding from public schools and instead opt for more growth in charter schools.