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LPSS Honors Stone Energy CEO Dr.Dave Welch

Today the Lafayette Parish School System honored Dr.Dave Welch, CEO of Stone Energy and the company's employees.

St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office to host Hunter Education Field Day

In conjunction with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office is hosting a Hunter Education Field Day on October 19, 2014.

St. Martinville man wanted for outstanding warrant

UPDATE (10/9/14):  The St. Martinville Sheriff's Office reports that Trey Mikel Marceaux has been arrested by deputies in Iberia Parish. Marceaux will be transported to the St.

Fugitive arrested after walking into State Police Troop I with stolen handgun

Troopers with Louisiana State Police Troop I placed a 29 year old Texas man into custody after he walked into the Troop armed with a stolen handgun.

Cancer survivor shares her battle with breast cancer

Breast cancer takes the lives of thousands of women across our country, but hundreds of women, live to tell their stories.

Dyslexic students gain new confidence

The Louisiana Key Academy is a very unique school here in Baton Rouge, specializing in teaching children who suffer from dyslexia.

Lafayette General Honors Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The color pink was a very popular color today over at Lafayette General Medical Center. With paint brushes in hand, many Lafayette General employees, doctors and assistants were painting the curb a bright pink.

Anti-Abortion Trucks Make Way Around Lafayette

The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform has been driving large box trucks bearing graphic, oversize images of first-trimester aborted embryos and fetuses on the public streets of Lafayette starting yesterday in an effort to educate voters about prebo

Superintendent Dr.Pat Cooper Explains Reason for Lawsuit Filed Yesterday

Superintendent Dr.Pat Cooper of the Lafayette Parish School System has filed a lawsuit in hopes of keeping last year’s budget in place for the next three months.

Lafayette Fire Department Celebrates Fire Prevention Week

The second week of October is national Fire Prevention Week all around the country and the Lafayette Fire Department is doing their part by providing fire safety classes to kindergarten and first graders all week long.