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La. Fuel Team and state agencies coordinating efforts for 2013 Hurricane Season

The Louisiana Fuel Team held its annual meeting today at the state Department of Natural Resources to continue its preparations and plans to be ready for the 2013 Hurricane Season which begins June 1.

Starbucks pushing back smokers 25-feet from doorway

If you're a smoker and you like your Starbucks, you're going to have to find somewhere else to light up. The Seattle-based company will now require smokers to stand at least 25-feet away from the business while smoking.

Mother, daughter arrested for selling meth in Sulphur

A mother and daughter have been arrested for allegedly selling methamphetamine. If convicted, the two could face up to 30 years in prison.

Raising Canes give back to Moore, Oklahoma community

The recent tornadoes that swept across Oklahoma and Texas hit close to home with Raising Canes.  Their location in Moore, Oklahoma was effected as well as many of their crew members.  Eager to help, Cane's was the first to respond

Ambassadors of Laughter for Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey visit pediatric wing

The Ambassadors of Laughter for Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey, a husband and wife duo, came out ahead of the show to visit and brighten the day of kids in the pediatric wing of Lafayette General today.

Iberia parish man arrested on multiple drug, gun charges

A New Iberia man has been placed under arrest after officials found multiple drugs and guns in his home.

St. Martinville man arrested on drug charges

A St. Martinville man has been arrested after authorities intercepted a package filled with marijuana shipped to his address. On May 29, agents took the package, which was in transit from Mexico to an address in St. Martinville.

Juvenile discovered decomposed body in Acadia Parish

A juvenile made a horrifying discovery in Acadia Parish. The teen found a badly decomposed body on an oil well site.

Good Times with Herman Fuselier

Herman helps you plan a full weekend.

Bill that would delay teacher evaluation system dies

A controversial bill that would delay the start of teacher evaluations died in the Senate Education Committee. The proposed law would use this first year of evaluations as data only.