Former Ragin Cajun to Play in Louisiana Open

The professional golf pro's are in Acadiana and ready to play. This Thursday is the opening round for the 24th annual Chitimacha Louisiana Open.

Apartment arson sends 5 to hospital

Five people were hospitalized in Lafayette early Monday after someone set fire to an apartment building just off of Moss St. near Pont Des Mouton Road.

Seth Fontenot Trial Continues with Cross Examinations

The first-degree murder trial of Seth Fontenot in the shooting death of 15-year-old Austin Rivault that took place in 2013 continued today with cross examinations.

Send your texts 25 years into the future

Imagine getting a voicemail from your grandmother years after her death. Or, on your 18th birthday, a video of your dad rocking you to sleep as a baby.

Amy's Kitchen recalls products that could contain listeria

Amy's Kitchen Inc. says it's recalling nearly 74,000 cases of its products that could contain listeria.

Ohio may legalize pot this year

Ohio has taken a step closer to becoming the fifth state to legalize marijuana. A group is gathering signatures to amend the state's constitution so that Ohioans can legally consume marijuana for medical and recreational use.

Utah to allow firing squads for executions

Utah's governor signed a bill Monday that brings back firing squads as a potential way to execute some death row prisoners.

LA Open is home to local golfer

With Spring time, that means it's time for the Chitimacha Louisiana Open. 144 PGA members from around the world will be playing for the total money of $550,000 awarded to the winners.

DOTD recognizes Work Zone Awareness Week

Today is the start of Work Zone Awareness Week in Louisiana.

Vitter and Boustany hold Energy and Small Business field hearing

The Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, headed by US Senator David Vitter, held a field hearing Lafayette Consolidated Government to examine how small businesses support America’s energy renaissance and contribute to