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STM Grad Kendall Johnson to Face Cajuns in NOLA Bowl as Member of Wolfpack

When the Cajuns offense lines up on the field of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for this Saturday's New Orleans Bowl, a Lafayette boy will be on the other side of the field.

Governor Jindal receiving backlash over organization funding prayer rally

Governor Bobby Jindal is getting a lot of backlash after selecting a very controversial group to fund his upcoming prayer rally at LSU.

Breaux Bridge man wanted on failure to appear charges

(St. Martinville, LA.)-The St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Ramsey Willis Alexander, 29, Breaux Bridge for the following:

Rainbow Trout Make Way to Girard Park

Catching a rainbow trout in Lafayette? Are you serious? Hard to believe but it's true, as of last night when the wildlife and fisheries department released over 300 rainbow trout into the Girard Park large pond.

Cajun Players Excited for 4th Straight New Orleans Bowl

Head Coach Mark Hudspeth and his football team and support group made it to New Orleans yesterday and last night the guys enjoyed watching a NBA basketball game with the New Orleans Pelicans.

St. Martinville man arrested on Carnal Knowledge of Juvenile

The St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s office has a St. Martinville man in custody after a reported complaint stated he was knowingly involved with a juvenile.

Pollard's Christmas Trees Explain How to Pick Perfect Tree

It’s the focal point of everyone’s Christmas morning, decorated with lights, and presents the Christmas tree is a must have for all celebrating the Christmas holiday.

RUSSO Host First "Gifts and Grits"

Today the RUSSO Advertising Agency held the inaugural Gifts and Grits celebration which had one purpose, getting gifts to the kids who will spend their time in the hospital this holiday season.

NOBRA Donates $10k to Smile Community Action Agency

While many kids on Christmas morning will wake up to a tree full of presents, that may not be the case for some.

New Iberia man arrested for stabbing wife

Sheriff Louis Ackal reports that on December 16, 2014 at approximately 10:12 a.m. deputies with the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office responded to the 1100 block of Weeks Street, New Iberia in reference to a female being stabbed.