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Home invasion suspects attempt to out run deputies

Deputies with the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested two suspects believed to be responsible for a home invasion.

Cox commits $100,000 to American Red Cross for recent Hurricane Isaac victims

Cox Enterprises, in partnership with The James M. Cox Foundation, announced today a combined cash donation of $100,000 to the American Red Cross to assist the relief and recovery efforts of the communities affected by Hurricane Isaac.

Thibodaux Police Department makes 174th DWI arrest

Arthur Anderson, 53, has been arrested for DWI (scond offense) and Driving On Roadway Laned For Traffic.

Eunice police looking for casino robbery suspect

On Thursday at around 9:00 p.m., Eunice police officers responded to the Bayou Gold Casino in reference to an armed robbery.

LSU Athletics and American Red Cross team up to support Isaac Response

LSU’s partnership with the American Red Cross during disaster relief efforts continues as volunteers, including students and faculty, support relief efforts across Louisiana.

Chief speaks out after two BRPD officers are arrested in the same week

The case load continues to grow for the Internal Affairs Division as yet another Baton Rouge police officer is arrested for illegal activity in office. The latest internal arrest in the department has some in the public worried.

LSU confirms that tar balls are from BP oil spill

The LSU School of Coast and Environmental Science says the tar balls that washed up on Elmer's Island and Grand Isle are from the BP spill in 2010.

Reserve deputy working as crossing guard killed while directing traffic at elementary school

A school crossing guard was killed in Evangeline Parish after two cars collided near the elementary school where the reserve deputy was working.

Breaux Bridge gets new Chevrolet dealership

Breaux Bridge the crawfish capitol of the world has a brand new dealership. The new Martin Chevrolet facility was unvieled today and the showroom was packed with community leaders.

Tarballs still washing up on shore a week after Isaac

More than a week after Isaac made landfall tar balls are still washing up on parts of the Louisiana Coastline.