Huge Fish Kill In Pearl River Prompts Huge Clean Up Operation

A paper mill in Bogalusa has claimed responsibility for the massive amount of dead fish. The company admits it dumped a by product of the paper making process into the river.

Louisiana Native Stars In Hollywood South's Escapee

The movie, Escapee,  was filmed in Alexandria and the post production work was completed in Lafayette, Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Escapee will open next month and will feature Justin Gaston.

Tropical Weather Picture

Today Satellite pictures show that shower and storms associated with a Tropical Wave located about 200 miles SSW of Jamaica is becoming better organized.

Two arrested for using counterfeit checks at grocery store

On January 13, 2011, the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office requested assistance from the public in identifying a suspect who cashed two counterfeit Fed Ex payroll checks at the Piggly Wiggly Supermarket in Cecilia.

Allegiant Airlines Announces Non-Stop Service To Nevada

The planes are set to start taking off in early November. The service will be offered twice each week with fares as low as $90 right now. Allegiant said the Acadiana-Las Vegas connection is a perfect fit!

Sheriff of Lafayette Parish Wants To Be Re-Elected

"The games not over. We're sort of right in the middle of the game," said Mike Neustrom. Neustrom said he will be running for re-election.

An Acadiana Native Is Going Pro!

Mikie Mahtook, a former LSU Tiger signed a $1.15 million dollar deal with the Tampa Bay Rays late Monday night.

Suspect At Large Allegedly Robbed Woman and Stole Her Car

Lafayette Police believe this guy shoved a lady out of her vehicle last wednesday night and then drove off with it! Police found the car several hours later but are still looking for the man who ditched it.

Louisiana Rolls Out Over 200 New Laws

These are some of the new laws that became effective yesterday. Sex offenders cannot use social media sites like Facebook and Myspace. Two way video screens are now allowed in the front seat of cars.

Children In Lafayette Went Back In School Yesterday

Summer is over, the children are back in school and morning traffic has increased. The school buses were back to business as well and just like the kids, the drivers are getting into the swing of things too!