Corrections workers continue to protest privatizing state prisons

Yesterday at the State Capitol, corrections workers continued their protest against plans to privatize state prisons.

Baton Rouge man busted in Lafayette

A Baton Rouge man was busted by State Police. Police said he drove to Lafayette to meet a 14 year old girl. Investigators said the minor James Smith met online was actually an undercover cop.

Alcohol cannot be serve at Ronnie's City Bar anymore

In Crowley, no one will be able to order any more alcohol at Ronnie's City Bar. That is because the City Council voted unanimously to take away the bar's liquor license.

Tough break for Cajun and Zydeco musicians

The Grammy for Cajun and Zydeco music has been eliminated! The National Recording Academy said it is time to downsize the number of awards that are handed out and the hometown style of music did not make the cut.

Judge will rule on NFL lockout

A legal request to overturn the NFL lockout is now in the hands of a judge. Representatives from the NFL and a group of players arrived at a federal courthouse in Minnesota Wednesday.

Ragin Cajuns' spring game is tomorrow

The Ragin Cajuns have been working hard these past few weeks and now they are ready to gear up for tomorrow's spring game. This year's game is being treated like the real deal.

The X Factor First Look Featurette

Here is more information on The X Factor coming this Fall to Fox!!! With a $5 Million grand prize, the search is on for the best talent in America. Log onto fox.com/thexfactor for all the details.

The X Factor "Stars" Promo

Acadiana, Have You Got IT? The X Factor is coming to America and you will have a chance to prove that you can be the next global super-star. Log onto fox.com/thexfactor for all your information and to sign up for national auditions.

The X Factor Audidtion Featurette

This video should answer all your questions concering the national auditions for the X Factor coming this Fall to FOX!!!

No pay raises for state workers

State workers will not be getting any pay raises for the second year in a row. The Civil Service Commission voted six to one yesterday to freeze salaries for 56,000 government employees.