Some Cheaper Fish Being Substituted For Expensive Fish

Scientists said up to 25% of seafood products tested in supermarkets and restaurants are bogus! Their DNA tests revealed in some cases cheaper fish is substituted for more expensive cuts.

Some Bays Are Closed At Morganza Spillway

UPDATED -- The Army Corps of Engineers closed two bays yesterday. Twelve of the 125 bays are open. The Mississippi River's overflow is headed toward the Atchafalaya.

Sightings of Wild Animals On the Rise

People were not the only ones pushed out of thier homes because of high waters. Yesterday was a first hand look at some of the animals that have been pushed out of their habitats.

Tax Free Weekend Starts At Midnight

The start of the 2011 Hurricane Season is less than a week away and this weekend everyone can get prepared, tax free!

Lafayette Parish Growing Bigger

The Youngsville and Broussard areas are booming but watch out for upper Lafayette. Experts are projecting the northern part of the parish will see huge growth really soon. There are many new start up businesses.

Ice Hockey Returns to Acadiana

In a press conference, the Louisiana Ice Gators told their fans they will be back in the Cajundome. The team is returning with a new look, a new vision, and a new GM.

Portion of the Atchafalaya Basin Closed to Traffic

A portion of the Atchafalaya Basin in St. Martin Parish is closed to boat traffic beginning today because of high water.

Some St. Landry Parish Residents Return Home

Because the flood waters are not as high as expected, some St. Landry Parish residents that evacuated are returning.

Coast Guard Try To Keep Things Safe But Moving

Coast Guard is upping their patrols on the mighty Mississippi River. With the current much stronger than normal, the Coast Guard wants to keep barges moving through Baton Rouge safely.

Detectives Need Help Finding Teen Girl

Iberia Parish detectives are looking for a teenage girl they believe ran away from home. Marshay Blanchard is 15 years old.