Business closes after lack of development

LAFAYETTE - After 13 years in business and 11 years as the center of the downtown artwalk, the Jefferson Street Market is closing. Owners blame the closing on a lack of development in the area.

Olbermann turns down invitation to Dallas Tea Party rally

At least one invited guest will not be coming to Saturday's Dallas Tea Party anniversary rally.

Dirk, Mavericks top Kobe, Lakers

While most of the focus in recent days was on the newest members of the team, it was two of the longest-tenured Dallas Mavericks who carried them in the clutch against the defending champs.

Extreme skier Johnson dies after fall

A professional extreme skier who competed in the Winter X Games died Wednesday after he fell and hit his head on a rock outcropping while taking a run down a steep chute at California's Squaw Valley.

NFL hopes to start testing for HGH

The NFL hopes to start testing players for human growth hormone, following a test that led to the suspension of a British rugby player.

Irish stun No. 12 Panthers as 'Gody sits

Notre Dame slowed it down against No. 12 Pittsburgh and turned the game into a runaway.

Mardi Gras officer under investigation

LAFAYETTE - A Lafayette city police officer is still on leave after mishandling an arrest during Mardi Gras. Fox 15 has obtained video of the incident posted on CNN's ireport.com. You can see the officer shaking and yelling at a young girl afte