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One dead, two injured after tavern shooting in Iberia Parish

One person is dead and two others were sent to the hospital after a shooting incident that happened early this morning at a tavern located in Iberia Parish.

Swamp People open auditions brings out gator hunters

The History Channel's popular show ‘Swamp People’ is looking for a few good gator hunters.

Sixth Annual Gulf Brew Festival To Kick Off Saturday

The sixth annual Gulf Brew kicks off tomorrow at Parc International. The festival will feature over one hundred craft and specialty brews.

Verizon Wireless Opens New Location

Verizon Wireless of Louisiana had some great news to share with customers today.   Not only did they open up their newest location but the wireless carrier just launched 4G LTE data service here in Lafayette.

Lafayette Teacher Accused Of Sexual Misconduct With Student

Thirty year old Blaine Peltier of Lafayette is accused of having sex with a seventeen year old student  which is against the law.  

Four People In Lafayette Arrested On Terrorism Charges

Here in Lafayette four people including a rapper have been arrested on terrorism charges.

Massacre Occurs At Midnight Showing Of Dark Knight Rises

Colorado's midnight movie massacre has a Louisiana connection.  

Moore think BRAVE program is paying off already

 Violence prevention experts joined city leaders today at City Hall to see what they can do to help with the Capitol City's latest crime prevention initiative, BRAVE.

Winnsboro Woman convicted of migratory game bird violations

 A joint investigation by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division and the U.S.

New construction projects announced to begin across Louisiana

Governor Bobby Jindal announced millions in Capital Outlay cash-line-of-credit funding was approved for infrastructure and construction projects today by the State Bond Commission.