Not ready to end the celebration of the holidays? Vermilionville Living History Museum and Park is hosting events over the weekend to celebrate the new year. Tomorrow Vermilionville is hosting a Cajun Jam from 1 to 3:30 pm led by so
The Office of Public Health tested over two hundred people associated with three different schools in Lafayette for the Tuberculosis disease because of a possible case at Lafayette High School. Certain people at Lafayette High, Truman Ele
The Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections is increasing the reward for information leading to the capture of DOC offender Keana Barnes, who escaped from the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women (LCIW) in St.
Louisiana Lottery officials say nobody won the major jackpots in Wednesday night's drawings.
Wednesday's multistate Powerball jackpot was $50 million. It goes to an estimated $60 million for Saturday's drawing.
With talk of the fiscal cliff deal in the air many are left wondering how this will affect residents around Acadiana. Head of Political Science Department at UL, Professor Pearson Cross, says this deal made by congress will affect just ab
With the new year brings many setting goals and resolutions, and many revolve around healthy eating habits and excercising. Lafayette General's Nutrition Services Supervisor, also a Registered Dietician, says the number one problem we