Cumberland residents want restrictions for new neighbors

Residents that live on Cumberland Road are trying to be the first to join a "neighborhood conservation district." 81-percent of those who live there signed a petition for a new ordinance that would set restrictions for people moving i

Military mom fired for visiting injured soldier

The mother of an injured soldier is speaking out after she says she was fired for taking time off to be with her son.

Authorities looking for toy thief

Police in Louisiana are looking for a man who's not quite in the holiday spirit.

Arrest Made in Mid-November Shooting

Lafayette Police have arrested 19-year-old Emmanuel Hebert of Lafayette for Attempted 2nd Degree Murder, stemming from an incident that occurred on November 19, 2010, at approximately 9:20 pm.

Cajuns football coach steps down

As the Cajun football season comes to a close, Coach Rickey Bustle held true to his word, winning against the Monroe Warhawks.

Autopsy rules foul play out in suspicious death case

As a result of information received from the autopsy report, detectives with the Lafayette Police Department have ruled out foul play regarding the suspicious death incident.

Teen arrested for alleged robbery

On Saturday at approximately 10:00 p.m., a 15-year-old male was walking near the area of Heather Oak Drive, when an older model maroon Pontiac stopped in front of him.

Gulf Coast hopes for post-spill boom from retirees

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. – For all the oil spill claims and cleanup work by BP, retirees from the North may be the best survival bet for some Gulf Coast resort towns this winter.

Stocks slide on worries over Korea, European debt

NEW YORK – Stocks sank during Friday's shortened session as jittery traders were afraid to commit to any holdings ahead of the weekend amid lingering uncertainty surrounding Europe's debt troubles and North Korea's war threats

Steele on thin ice at helm of Republican Party

WASHINGTON – A significant bloc of Republican National Committee members wants embattled chairman Michael Steele to step aside, but the rank and file have failed to settle on a clear alternative, according to Associated Press interviews w