Early voting almost over

Early voters have less than 24 hours to vote before the period closes, and then they have to wait in those long lines.

Melancon calls for more debates

The U.S. Senate seat race is heating up. U.S. Representative Charlie Melancon continues to try to get incumbent Republican David Vitter to meet in a series of television debates.

LHA controversy continues with bad report

An official meeting was held for the Lafayette Housing Authority board Wednesday.

Lafayette to make another budget cut in funds

The University of Lafayette administration is facing budget cuts once again. Officials say this will be the universities fifth budget cut in the last three years. 

Officials continue search for escaped inmate

Inmate Vincent Nicole Green escaped Saturday morning and is still on the loose.

Political ad creating controversy

The Louisiana Senate race between David Vitter and Charlie Melancon continues to heat up. A political ad approved by Vitter states Melancon is for illegal immigration in Louisiana.

Police warn of scam

Lafayette Police have received at least three complaints from citizens receiving phone calls believed to be scams. The scam artists are contacting the victims and advising that a relative has been incarcerated and money is needed for bail.

Men awarded over 600K for unlawful imprisonment

A New Orleans jury has awarded close to $650,000 dollars to two ohio men who spent almost six weeks in custody. The two men were held the entire time and never charged with a crime.

Police searching for Johnson St. robbers

On Thursday at approximately 11:00 pm, Lafayette Police began investigating a robbery incident that occurred in the 1000 block of Johnston Street.

Sting removes sexual predator from streets

A man is now behind bars after a sting to catch online sexual predators.