The Deaf Protest About Changes In Contracts

Bus loads of angry deaf residents showed up on The Louisiana Commission For the Deaf's doorstep in Baton Rouge Friday.

Governor's Mansion Says Bon Voyage To the Special Olympics Team

On Friday, five team members and a coach headed to the Special Olympics World Summer Games. First Lady, Supriya Jindal, wished the top competitors well for their journey to Athens.

It Is Football Time In Acadiana

Football is in full swing over at the UL Ragin Cajun football complex. There is still about three months to go before college football season begins.

Evacuation Order Lifted In New Iberia

UPDATED -- The blaze at the chemical plant in New Iberia is out and residents have been allowed back into their homes. The evacuation order was put in place on Tuesday after the explosion at the Multi-Chem Corp.

Louisiana Will Be First State To Lower Prices On Cigarettes

That is after the house of representatives voted not to override Governor Bobby Jindal's veto of the four cent tobacco tax renewal. Jindal vetoed the bill earlier this week as part of his no new tax agenda.

No New Tax Credit For Film Industry

A new tax credit for the film industry in Louisiana died in Committee yesterday. That is after locals in the business said they did not want the money.

U.S. Open Started Yesterday

This year's huge golf tournament includes three Louisiana guys. Former UL Ragin Cajun and Lafayette resident Michael Smith, David Toms who is a former LSU Tiger, and Heath Slocum.

Lawyer Give Two Lucky Students Scholarships

Paying for college just got easier for two local high school students. Both students received a $10,000 scholarship. Taylor Romero is from Westgate High School and Trevor Duhon is from Erath High School.

The Circus Is Coming To the Cajundome

The Ringling Brothers Circus and the Ambassadors of Laughter showed up at the Lafayette Regional Library yesterday! They shared lots of laughs and read books.

Lawmakers Urged To Keep Funding For Cancer Screening and Education

Yesterday breast cancer advocates, survivors, and volunteers joined the Susan J. Komen Foundation to urge lawmakers not to cut funding for cancer screening and education.