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Families still working to rebuild two months after tornado hits Amite

It's been two months since a tornado touched down in Amite, and families are still working to rebuild their homes. The storm uprooted hundreds of trees and destroyed dozens of homes.

Rodrigue Gallery Features Unseen Paintings by Blue Dog Artist

New Iberia native George Rodrigue was best known for his Blue Dog paintings but Rodrigue's collection is made up of more than just his famous canine.

Liberian Ambassador Visits Lafayette to Show Thanks for Support

The Liberian Ambassador was at the office of Mayor Joey Durel to show his gratitude for the relationship that the people of Lafayette Parish have created through Change Agent Network.

Cajun Baseball to Start Home Play Saturday Vs. Stony Brook

Last year's Ragin Cajun baseball team shattered records left and right as the team was known as the grinders and all grew beards.

The planet you've probably never heard of--- until today!

Way out beyond Mars, but before you get to Jupiter, is a planet. You read that right. There's a planet between Mars and Jupiter.

Disneyland measles cases genetically similar to Philippines outbreak

The measles cases linked to Disneyland are genetically similar to the one involved in a massive outbreak in the Philippines, according to an analysis.

The case against Aaron Hernandez: Where are the shoes?

A murder weapon isn't the only thing missing as prosecutors try to convince jurors that former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez orchestrated the execution of Odin Lloyd.

Cholesterol in food not a concern, new report says

For more than a week, speculation has been running rampant. Here's how it all started.

UCLA hospital cites medical scopes in superbug CRE outbreak

The superbug CRE outbreak connected to two patient deaths at a UCLA hospital was caused by two medical scopes that still carried the deadly bacteria even after disinfection guidelines were followed, hospital officials said Thursday. That finding h

In coastal Louisiana, Houma Indians are losing ground

In coastal Louisiana, Houma Indians are losing ground. In fact, coastal erosion is causing major problems. It’s damaging their land and threatening their way of life.