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2 Crowley shooting supsects in jail, 1 on the run

Crowley Police say two shooting suspects are now in jail and another is on the run.

Kick-Off Time For Cajuns Rescheduled for 1PM Due to Weather

The news came out yesterday afternoon and it's spread pretty fast, but in case you haven't heard the Ragin Cajun football game set for Saturday at Cajun Field has a new start time.

Coach Hud Knew App State Would be Force in Conference

The Ragin Cajun football team has been on an incredible roll over the last two months. UL has won six games in a row to improve their overall record to 7 wins and 3 losses and are once again bowl eligible.

1 dead, 1 injured from 3 shootings in Lafayette

Police are investigating three shootings that killed one man and sent another man to the hospital in Lafayette. The first shooting happened around 10:30 a.m. on November 21, 2014, in the 800 block of West Gilman Road.

Seniors Receive Thanksgiving Dinners From Second Harvest Food Bank and Peoples Health

This morning at the Lafayette and St.Martin Council on Aging, Second Harvest and Peoples Health partnered together to provide a Thanksgiving meals to seniors who otherwise may have not had one.

Acadiana Fills Shoe Boxes to Give Kids Around World a Christmas Gift

Lafayette is quickly becoming the epicenter for thousands of gift-filled shoe boxes in support of Operation Christmas Child.

Assumption Parish Deputies finds drugs, gun in stolen car

Two men are in the Assumption Parish jail after deputies found marijuana and a gun in a stolen car.

Transgender man reflects on his struggles and his journey

 Today is Trans Remembrance Day, where people stop and reflect on transgender people who've been killed over the past year.

STM Ready For Post Season Play Against Jesuit

High Schools around Acadiana and Louisiana kicked off playoff football last Friday while other teams took advantage of a bye week in part to their regular season success.

LOPA Donors to be Honored As Part of Rose Parade Float

Ryan Viator’s Legacy Foundation was proud to announce today that Justin Harrison and Laci Taquino of Lafayette who were a part of the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency, or LOPA, will be honored on the Donate Life float, “The Never