July 19th, 2018Leadership Iberia and members of the Church of God from New Iberia and Dallas, spent their morning planting roses bushes at the veterans memorial building.
The landscaping adds to the building's recent renovations.
Participants say that it's all about giving back to local veterans.
July 18th, 2018A joint operation between New Iberia Police and the Lafayette Police SWAT team resulted in the arrest of New Iberia man on an attempted murder charge Tuesday.
Shawn Dugan, 33, was arrested on active warrants for attempted first-degree murder, armed robbery and narcotics charges stemming from a shooting in Delcambre.
July 18th, 2018The New Iberia Police Department Narcotics Section aided in the arrest of four people for various drug offenses Tuesday.
Peggy Milliman, 36, and Katherine Easton, 32, were arrested on charges of possession of a Schedule II substance (crystal meth) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Chase Stelly, 32, was charged with...
July 13th, 2018After a few years of being closed down, the skate park in New Iberia reopened this morning.
City officials and skaters young and old braved the bad weather to be there.
New Iberia mayor Freddie Decourt said this is the first phase of rebuilding and improving the skate park and the city is already looking into possible grants from...
July 11th, 2018The New Iberia Police Department has only been patrolling the streets for 10 days, but some believe its making all the difference.
Rebecca Holleman who is the owner of Beau Soliel in New Iberia says her restaurant had broken into several times but the suspects were never caught.
"We've had the guy on camera and everything and...
July 11th, 2018Returning to New Iberia, a civic group has enlisted the help of a youth group from Frisco, Texas for a number of public-service projects.
The teens and young adults from saint Francis Catholic Church in Frisco are fixing bikes, doing odd construction jobs, and other activities that benefit the community.
July 11th, 2018The city of New Iberia also made official what News 15 first reported a couple of weeks ago. The former K-Mart will become a Rouses and Hobby Lobby. Mayor Freddie Decourt says he is excited that the new businesses will bring more jobs and shopping choices to the city.
He anticipates the new tenants hanging out shingles next Spring.
July 9th, 2018The city of Jeanerette will soon be able to produce its first audit in 3 years, several months after the state took over because its finances were in such disarray.
Fiscal Administrator, David Greer told the mayor and council that the firm he hired will have the audit for 2015 ready within the coming week, the 16 audit is on hold and...
July 5th, 2018Mark your calendars! Chez Hope presents it's 2nd annual Trivia Night for Iberia and St. Martin Parish.
There will be food, music, door prizes, a 50/50 raffle, live & silent auctions, contest for best Cajun-themed team & table and more. Trivia grand prize is $500! Corporate Sponsorships available! Ages 18+.
All proceeds will...
July 3rd, 2018An Erath woman is hospitalized and faces several criminal charges once she gets better after leading New Iberia Police on a two-and-a-half mile chase Tuesday afternoon.
Chasity Sturm, 29, faces charges of possession of stolen things, aggravated flight from an officer, negligent injuring and obstructing highways of commerce after she...