Woman awarded 65K for wrongful committment

Leslie Schilling, who was involuntarily committed to a hospital on the day of her son's funeral 15 years ago, says she has gotten closure.

Nightclub permit undecided by council

The downtown nightclub Karma has had its alcohol permit suspended for 3 days. The city-parish council delayed a decision Tuesday on whether that permit should be revoked for 2 years.

Festival organizers team up with ULL

Lafayette and the Acadiana area is well known for it's many festivals. One of the bigger festival's, Festivals Acadians, will take place on the second weekend of October in Girard Park.

Firefighter resigns amid allegations

A third-generation firefighter has been arrested for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old girl at a fire station on August 5. Dayne Leger resigned from his position with the Lafayette Parish Fire Department on Monday.

LHA investigation still unwinding

The troubles of the Lafayette Housing Authority continue over the potential misappropriation of over $240,000. The money was discovered after a recent audit.

Tabasco teams up with ULL

University of Louisiana-Lafayette and Tabasco are teaming up for a marketing campaign. The campaign has produced two new logos, merging the two organizations. Merchandise is now on sale with the co-branded logos.

One person shot in home invasion

On August 27, 2010, at approximately 1:30 am, three suspects entered a residence in the 100 block of Delord Street armed with handguns. The male victim (34) in the residence was struck in the back of the head and bound with tape.

Ft. Polk brigade heading to Afghanistan

The Army combat brigade stationed at Ft. Polk will leave for Afghanistan in October. A deployment ceremony for the brigade is scheduled September 30 at Ft. Polk's Honor Field.  

Louisiana disaster victims not receiving help

Five years after the devastating Hurricane Katrina, thousands of Gulf residents say they still haven't received funds they were promised.

Louisiana's fiscal crisis decades in the making

Although the economic recession has contributed to Louisiana’s ominous deficit, a new report from the Mercatus Center at George Mason University stresses that state sp