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Back to school sale around the corner

The annual sales tax holiday is set for the first weekend in August. The holiday will take place August 6th and 7th. The sale helps parents save some money on back to school shopping.  

Surrey bridge repairs on schedule

Emergency repairs to the Surrey Street bridge continue on schedule. Officials are hoping to have the work finished by August 12.

Fight night in Lafayette

Lafayette and the Acadiana area has had a long history with the sport of boxing. Saturday night the boxing continues at the Rayne Civic Center.

Fire station reopens in Lafayette

After overcoming design and funding problems, Lafayette Fire Station No. 4 reopened Tuesday. It had been closed nearly three years. The new building cost the city $1.4 million to build.  

Chord Overstreet signs up for 'New Directions'

Newcomer Chord Overstreet (“iCarly”) joins the ranks at McKinley as a high school athlete who starts off as Finn’s protégé but becomes his competition.

Ribbon cutting held for street extension

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the opening of the Luke Street extension. It runs from Dulless past the South Louisiana Community College.

Police looking for check forger

Detectives with the Lafayette Police Department are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the woman in the below photo. The woman was captured on video cashing a forged check at an area bank in Lafayette.

Tangipahoa man faces murder charge

A a tangipahoa parish man is facing a murder charge in the shooting death of his father 12 years ago. Investigators say 39-year-old Eugene Pravata shot his father to death in November of 1998.  

Residents rally at Cajundome

Lafayette was the site for thousands of residents as they packed the Cajundome for today's rally for economic survival. The rally's goal was to build pressure to lift a federal moratorium on deepwater drilling.

Thousands Gathered at Lafayette Cajundome for "Rally for Economic Survival".

Thousands of people were inside Lafayette's Cajundome for today's "Rally for Economic Survival." People are gathering - hoping to encourage federal officials to life the drilling moratorium in the Gulf of Mexico.