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PHI Helicopter Services Company Filing For Bankruptcy
The move was anticipated by industry insiders.
Sobriety Checkpoint For Lafayette This Friday
Officers will respond with zero tolerance to any impaired driver.
Escaped Inmate Caught; Girlfriend Arrested (UPDATED)
Markell Jones has been arrested after hours on the run in Lafayette Parish.
What You Can & Can’t Do At Lafayette Mardi Gras
Police remind drivers that if they plan to drink, they should also plan to have a designated driver.
HAZMAT Dealing With Overturned Tractor-Trailer
There is an overturned tractor-trailer in Scott and it's causing traffic to back up.
Police Will Be Everywhere For Mardi Gras
The "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign will target impaired drivers.
UPDATE: Arrest Made; St. Landry Beating Caught On Tape [Video]
An arrest has been made after a a violent attack happened at a gas station in Opelousas early in the morning of February 14.
I-10 Eastbound NOW OPEN
Officials have removed an 18-wheeler involved in a crash.
UPDATE: Shooter Apprehended; Injuries Reported After Shooting In Aurora Illinois
Aurora is a suburb of Chicago.
Nine Fraternity Members At LSU Arrested
There are stiffer penalties for hazing in Louisiana after the Max Gruver Act passed in 2018.