UL Professor/ Mustang Designer Marks 50th Anniversary of Iconic Car

The Ford Mustang, one of America's most iconic cars, turned 50 this month.

Local author and publisher Trent Angers talks about new book "The Forgotten Hero of My Lai"

Local author and publisher of Acadian House Publishing, Trent Angers, has written what he calls 'his life's work' in the book The Forgotten Hero of My Lai.  The book is a revised edition of the story about Louisianian

Robot exoskeleton lets girl lift her arms, reach for the stars

A child throwing a ball. On the face of it, a simple act, but for four-year old Hannah Mohn this is a milestone.

A Republican tries to save the minimum wage increase

Again stepping into the role of compromise-seeker, Sen. Susan Collins of Maine is launching what may be a long-shot effort to forge bipartisan compromise over a minimum wage increase.

Landslide toll rises to 28 as searchers battle muck, standing water

Among the mounds of mud and ripped-down trees, you see an occasional appliance, a tire here and there, the twisted cables that used to be part of the telephone system. What you don't see are homes.

Ragin Cajuns and Acadian Companies kicked off Lemonade Day in Lafayette

Ragin Cajuns and Acadian Companies kicked off Lemonade Day in Lafayette today at a special press conference.  Community leaders and some youth of Lafayette helped announce May 3 will be Lemonade Day Louisiana.  This is a free, statewi

Thousands of Louisiana banks and their customers being targeted by phone scam

Thousands of Louisiana banks and their customers are being targeted by a phone scam.  The scam is an automated caller that tells customers their debit cards have been deactivated.  If customers get this call they should disconnect the

Save your tax refund, win the lottery

By saving a small chunk of your tax refund, you could hit a $25,000 jackpot.

Realtor Assoc. of Acadiana Holds Annual Commercial Outlook

Today at the LITE Center on Cajundome Blvd. the Realtor Association of Acadiana's Commercial Alliance held their 4th Annual Commercial Outlook, an event that focuses on commercial real estate trends in the Acadiana area.

UL Geology Grad Students Win Prestigious Competition

Graduate students in UL's School of Geosciences recently won the American Association of Petroleum Geologists' International Barrel Award for the Gulf Coast Region.