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Elementary students learn early to eat healthy by learning to grow produce

Dozens of students at Cedarcrest Elementary School in Baton Rouge got a first-hand look at what it's like to live a healthy lifestyle.

Emergency officials say they will not attend community meeting regarding sinkhole concerns

 Assumption Parish Emergency officials say they will not be attending an unofficial community meeting.

Shreveport bandit holds woman up at gunpoint

Authorities have arrested a local man in connection with an overnight robbery in east Shreveport.

R2-D2 robot keg gains local artist a national spotlight

Southern Living voted LSU as one of the best places in the nation for tailgating. And that was long before a video of a robotic keg was posted online and subsequently captured national attention.

Lafayette Cajundome and Convention Center to receive subsidy

The Cajundome and Convention Center will continue to receive a subsidy. Thanks to an 8 to 1 vote at last night's city parish government meeting it was finalized.

Assumption Parish emergency officials not planning to attend an unofficial community meeting

Assumption Parish emergency officials say they will not be attending an unofficial community meeting.

Lafayette Sherrif's Office still seeking information on Keiosha Felix

15 year old Keiosha Felix has been missing since April and a little more than two weeks ago the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office became the lead investigating agency in the case.

Jeff Landry accepts Tea Party endorsement

The Jeff Landry campaign actually came through Lafayette earlier today and Landry announced he has received the endorsement of the Tea Party Of Lafayette".

Ragin Cajun football team loses to Oklahoma State

After winning the first two games of the year including a big road win against Troy. The Ragin Cajuns faced a tough loss at Oklahoma State with a score of 65 to 24.

Semi annual book sale to be held in Lafayette

If you always seem to find your nose in a book The semi annual book sale is being put on by friends of the Lafayette Public Library. All of the books donated are brand new.