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Public’s Assistance Requested in Locating Lafayette Woman Wanted for Theft

Deputies with the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Ms. Carrie A. Artigue, 39, of Lafayette. Ms. Artigue is wanted on the following charges:

Free abdominal aortic screening can save your life

An abdominal aortic aneurysm is the thirteenth leading cause of death in this country and the third leading cause of sudden death of mean in the US.  A fifteen minute screening right here in Lafayette just may save your life.  The scr

Missing woman recovering at a Lafayette hospital, her alleged kidnapper is dead

Lafayette investigators confirm to Fox 15 News that they have found 29 year old Bethany Arceneaux. She's being treated at a hospital and is expected to be OK.

Good Times with Herman Fuselier

ROOTSTOCK MAKES ITS FESTIVAL DEBUT. BACH LUNCH CLOSES FOR THE FALL. THE RAYNE FROG FESTIVAL CELEBRATES ITS 41ST YEAR. THESE ARE SOME OF THE LOCAL GOOD TIMES THIS WEEKEND. 

State superintendent John White visits Lafayette on his Louisiana Believes tour

State superintendent John White made a visit to Lafayette's SLCC campus as a part of his Louisiana Believes tour.  He met with educators along with local superintendents to discuss diplomas and the path children take after they graduat

ExpressMED, urgent care clinic serving residents of downtown, the Saints Streets, and students and faculty at UL

For two months now a new urgent care clinic called ExpressMED has opened it's doors to help residents in the downtown and Saints Streets areas.  Two local men, Dr.

Group of police officers resigned from SLCC's Lafayette campus last week

A group of certified police officers at SLCC resigned last week leaving the Lafayette campus without gun carrying security.  The officers resigned over a personnel matter, but SLCC says students and staff should not be worried about their

Travelers speaking out about the "speed trap" controversy in Henderson along I-10

"Since 2004 since I've been mayor I pulled the chief in the first day and I told him, I says we will not be known as a speed trap," says Sherbin Collette, teh mayor of Henderson.

The Better Business Bureau of Acadiana revokes Evangeline Home Center's accreditation

An Acadiana business has had their accreditation revoked with The Better Business Bureau of Acadiana.  Evangeline Home Center had their accreditation revoked because they answered complaints slowly according to the Better Business Bureau.&