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UL In Talks to Lease Buses From City

University of Louisiana students may soon be riding city buses to campus.

Crowley Police arrest 2 brothers for armed robbery

Two young men are now in the Acadia Parish Jail after trying to rob a person at gunpoint.

Crowley PD secures warrant for West 7th St murder suspect

Police are looking for a black man who killed a Crowley man on August 2, 2014.

Bertha becomes Category One Hurricane, no threat to Louisiana

Hurricane Bertha has formed in the Atlantic Ocean with maximum sustained winds of 80 miles per hour.

Gas Prices On Decline, But How Does Lafayette Feel About the Prices?

Gas prices are much like Louisiana weather, meaning they can fluctuate at any moment. Unlike the temperatures that are on the rise, gas prices locally and nationally are on the decline.

AT&T UVERSE Launches In Lafayette and Surrounding Areas

AT&T's latest service has finally made it's debut in Lafayette this afternoon.

State sales tax free weekend begins today, local stores getting ready

Starting today and going throughout the weekend Louisiana citizens can save a little money because it's state sales tax free weekend.  This is a four-percent deduction in cost on all purchases throughout the weekend.  One place th

Good Times with Herman Fuselier

Young actors hold their first musical. The LARC summer carnival returns. and Marc Broussard is back in town. These are the good times on the way in Acadiana. 

Debit card scammers have taken to a new medium, text messaging

Debit card scammers have taken to a new medium, text messaging.  Three weeks ago the scams hit our area of Acadiana.  These fraudulent text messages, phone calls, and e-mails are threatening and asking for your personal banking inform

Getting to know your Cane Cutters: Scott Ashford

The dog days of summer are just about over and so is the baseball season for the Acadiana Cane Cutters. The Texas Collegiate League season has only a couple of weeks left and the playoffs are just around the corner.