Do Not click on Bin Laden's graphic picture!

If you are browsing the net and see a link promising to show you the gory picture of Osama Bin Laden, do not click on the link.

State Trooper shot during traffic stop

The shooting happened on Avenue G in Port Allen just after 2:30 yesterday morning. That is right off I-10 on LA-1 in West Baton Rouge Parish. It started as a normal traffic stop for suspicion of drunk driving.

Lafayette police need your help

Lafayette police are looking for the man who robbed the Cracker Barrel on Ambassador Caffery. The suspect pretends like he is goning to make a real purchase.

Streetscape Project create problems for some businesses

Construction is moving along for the Streetscape Project along Jefferson Street in downtown Lafayette. But some businesses are feeling the pinch of having their road closed.

A farmer's worst fear comes true

The water is already coming over a levee near Angola and the prison will be partially evacuated this coming Monday. A story was done on a Pointe Coupee Parish farmer last week.

Activity on the Mississippi could come to a screeching halt

Employees at the Ingram Barge Company are worried that operations at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge might shut down depending on the amount of water received.

Plane crashes in Caddo Parish

A single engine plane crashed into a North Caddo Parish field, snapping in half. It happened just after noon Wednesday off Highway 71 and Old Mooringsport Road. The elderly pilot was killed.

Bonnet Carré Spillway may be opened to conbat flooding in Louisiana

Flooding is a concern in Louisiana because the Missisippi River continues to rise. Forecasters predict the Mississippi River to crest at record levels later this month.

Lafayette Boy Scouts are Rescue!

UPDATED -- Last night it was an emotional as the six scouts and two scoutmasters saw their loved ones for the first time since leaving for a camping trip last Wednesday.

Mississippi River floods farmland up north

A planned break in some Missouri levees have led to widespread flooding in farmland . The Mississippi River was so high in Missouri, The Army Corps of Engineers blew holes in the nearby Birds Point Levees.