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Man robs Iberia Bank on Johnston Street

Police are looking for a black man who robbed the Iberia Bank on Johnston Street. Paul Mouton, a police spokesperson, says the man walked into the bank with a white cloth covering his face around 3:30 p.m. on December 2, 2014.

Video shows Opelousas' Mayor urging people to commit voter fraud

A controversial video was released yesterday involving Opelousas Mayor Donald Cravins Senior, a Democrat, encouraging people to commit voter fraud.

Lafayette Airport Commission and 10 Community Organizations Encourage Voters to Say "Yes" to New Airport Terminal

Today the Lafayette Airport Commission hosted a conference at Lafayette Regional Airport to show support along with 10 other organizations for a propsed project to expand the current airplane terminal in place.

Lafayette City Marshal Candidate Kip Judice on Pope:"He Has a Pattern of Just Breaking the Law"

The city marshal race in Lafayette has heated up another notch today. With only four days left before election day this Saturday, challengers Kip Judice and Brian Pope are in what many are saying is a tight race to the finish.

28th Food Net Food for Families Food Drive Held Today at Cajundome

Holiday times are a time of traditions and Lafayette residents know how to not only keep a tradition alive, but support it and help it grow.

Ragin' Cajun Men's Basketball Make Way Home to Play Next 4 of 5 in Cajundome

The Ragin Cajuns men’s basketball team did not have an easy schedule to start the season. Four of the first five games were on the road which included the MGM Grand Even Tournament in Las Vegas.

Senator Breaux: "Senator Landrieu's Ability to Work Across Parties Better Benefits Louisiana"

Tonight’s debate between Senator Landrieu and Congressman Bill Cassidy has been a build up over the last few months of campaigning for both political parties.

Cajuns Begin Preparation to Go Bowling

The regular football season ended Saturday for Louisiana's Ragin Cajuns. It ended on a very positive up note of a win on the road in beating Troy by a score of 42 to 23.

Early Voting In Lafayette Has Strong Turnout

Early voting came to a close this weekend and from all accounts it was even busier than early voting for the primary.

Louisiana's First Internet Business, Golfballs.com, Ready for Cyber Monday

Black Friday is what many think of when Christmas shopping, but this past Black Friday saw a drop in sales by about 11 percent compared to last year according to experts.