District Attorney Issues Request for LUS, LUS Fiber Investigation Materials
Mayor-President Josh Guillory has confirmed that his administration will comply with a request from 15th Judicial District Attorney Keith Stutes for documents related to internal investigations, regarding LUS, LUS Fiber, and any former or present employees of LCG, LUS, and/or LUS Fiber.
“Burrow Road” Could Be Coming In The Future According To Reports
You could be driving on "Burrow Road" if a resolution is passed at the East Baton Rouge Planning Commission meeting on March 16th.
UPDATE: Suspect Identified In Macon Rd. Shooting
Our news partners at KATC are reporting an officer-involved shooting in the 100 block of Macon Road.
Former Lafayette High Track Star Breaks World Record [Watch]
Former Lafayette High track star Mondo Duplantis is breaking records at the Copernicus Cup in Poland.
Opelousas Man Accused Of Intentionally Exposing Victim To HIV
28-year-old Lucas Paul Richardson was arrested in connection with failing to notify a prospective relationship partner to the possible exposure to HIV.
3 Iota Schools To Reopen Tomorrow
Our news partners at KATC report that Iota schools will resume class tomorrow after threats on social media forced three schools to close last week.
Report: 4 LCG Employees Received Pay For 20 Days They Didn’t Work
New reports by the Advocate show that four LCG employees who lost their jobs under new Lafayette Mayor-President Josh Guillory were paid for 20 days they didn't work.
Chicory’s Coffee & Café Moving Locations In The Next Few Weeks
After outgrowing a building that has become a "logistical nightmare" to navigate, Chicory's Coffee & Café in Opelousas will find a new home in the historic Palace Café Building in Opelousas.
Two Indicted For September Shooting On Edison Street
A grand jury has indicted two people arrested in connection with a September shooting on Edison Street in Lafayette.
3 Iota Schools To Close Thursday After Threats Made On Social Media
A bomb threat in Acadia Parish is forcing three Iota schools to close tomorrow out of an abundance of caution.
CC’s Coffee House Offering Discounts For Perfect LSU Season
Happening today, CC’s Coffee House is celebrating LSU's perfect season and national championship win with some discounts on coffee.
[PICS] Take A Look At Some Of The Damage Caused By Acadiana’s Severe Storms
Check out some of the damage reported by severe storms that ravaged through Acadiana.
Academy Donates LSU Gear To Fire Fighters Before Big Game
One local business did that by making sure the fire department had just the tools they needed to celebrate an LSU win over Clemson during Monday's big championship game.
Mass Of LSU Fans Makes New Orleans Feel Like Another Country Says Clemson Player
It's safe to say that A LOT of LSU fans are in town to help cheer on the Tigers to victory.
Qualifying Begins For For Presidential Preference Primary
Qualifying begins this week for the Presidential Preference Primary race that is scheduled to take place on April 4th.
Building Partially Collapses In French Quarter
Right now, New Orleans city officials are at the scene of a partial building in the French Quarter.
Group Files Lawsuit Against City Of Lafayette Over TIF Districts
The plaintiffs named in the suit are Timothy Supple, Jeremiah Supple, Keith Kishbaugh, Carol Ross, Mark Tolson, and Ross Little.
Mayor-President Elect Josh Guillory Responds to Proposed Tax Districts
The following statement comes from the office of Josh Guillory in regards to the new taxing districts proposed by the Lafayette
Milton Elementary To Close Tuesday For Electrical Repairs
Milton Elementary will be closed Tuesday in order to make electrical repairs to the school that will require turning off all of the power to the entire campus.
Gov. Edwards and Savoie’s Foods Announce $12.7 Million Expansion in St. Landry Parish
Gov. John Bel Edwards and President Frederick Lafleur of Savoie’s Sausage and Food Products Inc. announced a $12.7 million expansion of the company’s food production facility in St. Landry Parish near Opelousas