Road rage: Cameras and guns only add to the problem

Most road rage incidents don't amount to much. Some shouting. A few harsh words. A rude gesture or two.

Lafayette Mardi Gras Parades Roll Out of Pontiac Point to Start Fat Tuesday Celebration

Today was the big day in Lafayette and South Central Louisiana because Mardi Gras Day means a day filled with three parades that see the peak of Mardi Gras goers in the hub city.

New frontier in apples: Red or golden but never brown

It's something pioneer nurseryman Johnny Appleseed likely never imagined.

Meet the Cajuns: Reagan Bazar, Pitcher

As the baseball season at home gets ready to open this weekend for the Ragin Cajuns, it's time for another in our series of meet the Cajun players.

Senator David Vitter Considered Favorite for 2015 Governor's Race

The race for Louisiana governor continues to grow with 2015 being an election year, and while a candidates have put their name on the ballot for the November election, who is the strongest candidate as of now?

Flu Season Rough for Lafayette and Rest of Country

While the H3N2 virus has been causing problems all around the US and even was declared an epidemic by the Center for Disease Control and Lafayette has had it’s fair share of flu problems when talking about H3N2 and other flu viruses.

Train derails, explodes in West Virginia; crude oil spills into river

A train hauling crude oil derailed and exploded in West Virginia, displacing up to 1,000 residents and contaminating the local water supply.

Icy blast hits South as winter spreads its reach

Salt trucks rumbled and traffic jammed as a massive new storm brought snow, freezing rain, ice and frigid temperatures to a large swath of the United States on Monday. "It's dangerously cold," Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser told CNN's "The Situa

Woman receives touching gift from late husband on Valentine's Day

MOLINE, IL (WQAD) — Kelly Mattson was not expecting any gifts from her husband this Valentine's Day. She said they didn't normally think much about it and would just exchange cards and the usual "I love yous."

State Treasurer John Kennedy Talks Louisiana Budget Issues

Louisiana State Treasurer John Kennedy was in Lafayette today and we got to speak with him one on one to discuss the recent budget issues in our state.