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Man wanted for aggravated battery, cruelty to a juvenile

Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish needs your help to locate a wanted fugitive.

Participation in full swing to claim the naming rights of a piece of high profile real estate in Lafayette

The Cajundome will auction off the name of it's facility on EBAY for Mardi Gras weekend.  From February 8th to the 12th the Cajundome will sport a new name.  The money raised will go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Acadi

Unrestrained driver from Rayne dies in single-vehicle crash

Last night, Troopers with Louisiana State Police Troop I investigated a fatal crash on LA Highway 342 near Riceland Road which claimed the life of a Rayne man.

Doctors warn of a rapidly spreading stomach bug that attacks with a vengeance

Doctors say the stomach flu has started to surface and spread across the U.S.

Festival International announces exclusive sneak preview of festival lineup

For the first time in history, Festival International is hosting, Stand Up, Line Up, a music crawl/live music event on Thursday February 7, 2013.

Super Bowl players scheduled for autograph appearances in New Orleans

The NFL Experience driven by GMC, pro football's interactive theme park, announced the schedule and names of NFL players participating in public autograph signings during the 2013 event, Jan. 30-Feb. 3 at Ernest N.

Local John Hendrick receives national recognition in cardiovascular and thoracic surgery

John Hendrick, a sixteen year veteran certified physician assistant with Louisiana Heart, Lung & Vascular at the Regional Medical Center of Acadiana recently received a certificate of added qualification in Cardiovascular and Thoracic surge

160 students from Eunice graduate from D.A.R.E. program

St. Landry Parish Sheriff Bobby J. Guidroz is pleased to announce the D.A.R.E. graduation of 160 students at Central Middle School in Eunice.

Teens arrested for driving stolen off-road vehicles on Highway

Three teens were arrested last week after they were caught operating a stolen ATV and dirt bikes on a public roadway.

City-Parish President Joey Durel says raising sales taxes is not solution to bringing in more government revenue

A major issue Lafayette Consolidated Government is always facing is the city budget and how to bring in more revenue.  Newly elected Chairman of the city council Brandon Shelvin has mentioned to Fox 15 that he wants to add more to sales ta