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Lafayette Parish School Board Votes For A Moment Of Silence
The school district has issued a press release about the March 14 event.
Middle School Kid Arrested
Officials say there was no one injured in relation to this incident.
OWI Checkpoint Scheduled For Lafayette
Fines and jail time can be very costly if you are arrested for an OWI.
TH Harris Student Turns Himself In
Johnson is the second of two students to be arrested in connection to the case.
Deputies Searching For Man For Stealing A Vehicle
Anyone knowing where Brook Boudreaux might be found is asked to call the St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office at 337-394-3071.
Pope Sentenced To Jail
Judge tells Marshal Brian Pope that he will have to serve thirty days.
Crime Stoppers Wants Help With Iota Burglary
Anyone who knows anything about the burglary in Iota is asked to call 337-789-TIPS(8477).
Two Cajun Navy Groups Team Up To Help Again
Please show your support for the wonderful men and women of the Cajun Navy by donating your blood this week.
How St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office Deals With Threats
Major Eddie Thibodaux tells KPEL students should face serious consequences for making threats against schools.
Should Lafayette Have Speed Cameras In School Zones?
The Lafayette government's contract with Redflex expired last June.