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Cox Communications will eliminate 58 jobs in Acadiana, about 100 in LA

Cox is making changes to the way the company operates in order to improve customer experience.

Cajundome renovation plans underway

After talk of renovations for two to three years the Cajundome is finally acting on it.  The Cajundome board can finally act on a major portion of the renovation plan because they now have the ability to sell about $16 million worth of bon

Trahan family sets up memorial scholarship at SLCC to remember daughter

In the midst of tragedy, a Kaplan family has established an annual scholarship at South Louisiana Community College to remember their daughter, Mia Trahan. Trahan died on January 8 in Lake Charles.

Community helps driver who lost her bus in Feb. 15 crash

Friends and family of Amy Dore have come together to help her get a new school bus.

U.S. Senator David Vitter apart of Louisiana delegation focusing on VA clinic funding

Recently members of the Louisiana Congressional Delegation sent a letter to Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki requesting a face-to-face meeting to discuss the future of funding for VA clinics in Lafayette and Lake Charles that has been i

St. Mary Parish deputies arrest 2 sex offenders, 1 for domestic abuse

According to St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert, over the last 24 hour reporting period the Sheriff's Office responded to 30 complaints and reports the following arrests:

Lafayette man charged for rape of 13-year-old boy

On February 25, 2014, Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Juvenile Investigators arrested Freddie Navarre, 55, of Lafayette, and charged him with Aggravated Rape.

UPDATE: Breaux Bridge man arrested for dogfighting, narcotics charges

UPDATE 2-25-14: The St. Martin Sheriff's Office arrested Antonio Boyd on Tuesday for dogfighting.

Former congressman Jeff Landry announcing to run for Attorney General of Louisiana in next election

Former congressman and practicing attorney Jeff Landry has announced that he will be seeking the office of Louisiana's next Attorney General.  Landry says over the last three years he has been able to see problems in our country from a

Parts of Settlers Trace Blvd will close for 1 month

Department of Public Works Director Tom Carroll announced today that the eastbound lane of Settlers Trace Boulevard between Camellia Boulevard and Steiner Road will be closed for one month, starting February 25.