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Missed field goal costs Saints overtime loss

A missed field goal with 5 seconds left in the game, could have given the New Orleans Saints, a win over tampa bay this weekend. Instead,the team lost in overtime, 20-17. New Orleans kicker Garrett Hartley missed the 37-yard field goal to seal

Shooting at construction company site, 2 killed

BATON ROUGE - A shooting happened just before 2 p.m.

District cell phone ban working

LAFAYETTE - The Lafayette Parish School Board says the district-wide ban on cell phones has worked. The Advertiser reports there have only been 800 violations this year, down from almost 2000 last year.

Caught in the Web: Car replica 64 times its original size

Here are some stories we found tonight "Caught in the Web":

Caught in the Web: Christmas comes early for man coming home from trip

Here are some stories we found tonight "Caught in the Web":

8th Air Force headed to Bossier City temporarily

BOSSIER CITY - Louisiana Congressional members say the Pentagon will temporarily move the 8th Air Force from Barksdale Air Force Base to Bossier City. Officials say it will lease a space at the Cyber Innovation Center.

Movie holds casting call

One movie just wrapped up filming and another will begin in Lafayette this Spring. The old John Wayne movie, True Grit, will begin filming in just a few short months. A casting call was held yesterday to find an actress to play the lead role.

Man leads police on high-speed chase

OPELOUSUS - An attempted mid-morning drug raid in Opelousus led to a high speed chase and an arrest. Officials say Evan Antoine led police in front of Northeast Elementary School reportedly reaching speeds of over 100 miles per hour. Authoritie

Governor Jindal announces three highway projects for area

LAFAYETTE - Three highway projects will get $29 million in funding and should be underway next year. Governor Bobby Jindal made the announcement Tuesday in Lafayette. The money comes from a State Department of Transportation fund that had $120

Wettest month on record for New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS - December has already become the wettest month on record for the New Orleans area. The National Weather Service says the rainfall is 11.3 inches above normal. 3,600 Entergy customers lost power Monday in the New Orleans area becaus