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Animal Shelter hopes to heal abandoned puppy’s broken heart before time runs out

The SPCA of Livingston has seen its fair share of high veterinary bills. Although funds are tight, they always find a way to provide care for the abandoned or abused animals they rescue.

Driver carrying vehicle trailer crashes; ejects three cars onto I-10

A man pulling a car carrier behind his truck crashed, ejecting three cars onto I-10. The Lake Charles Police Department was sent to I-10 westbound at mile post 33 to investigate a crash at 9:01 a.m.

Secretary of Louisiana's Department of Health and Hospitals previews new clinic

The secretary of Louisiana's Department of Health and Hospitals came to Lafayette today to preview and tour the Arc of Acadiana's new Lafayette Family Healthcare Clinic, which is set to open in November.  It will offer a full range

Two arrested for dealing crack out of home in Crowley

Crowley Police Department Narcotics Unit remains busy as another search warrant has led to the removal of Crack Cocaine and Marijuana from the streets of Crowley.

Pregnant woman accused of stealing rental car from female acquaintance

A pregnant woman is accused of stealing a rental car from a female acquaintance. The car was recovered roughly 2 weeks later in the parking lot of a motel.

Opelousas man arrested for bank robbery, bond set at $500,000

A 59-year-old man was arrested for allegedly robbing a bank of roughly $14,000. He’s currently locked up in parish prison on a bond of $500,000.

Philadelphia news anchor's 'Breaking Bad' tweet ignites fury

Once again, "Breaking Bad" was all over Twitter on a Sunday night. Though this time, it had little to do with the just-concluded series and everything to do with Joyce Evans.

Opelousas Police Department obtains grant to purchase 20 pieces of body armor for officers

The St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office assisted The Opelousas Police Department in obtaining a grant to pay for half the cost of approximately 20 pieces of body armor for their officers.

Andouille Festival set to return to LaPlace after 2012 cancelation due to Isaac

A decades old tradition is back in LaPlace this year after being interrupted by Hurricane Isaac.