Former school counselor admits to having indecent relationship with a student

A former Lafayette school counselor admitted to a having a sexual relationship with a 14 year old girl in federal court Friday. Allison Hargrave, 40, pled guilty to enticing a minor to engage in sexual activity.

Chevron is choosen to start drilling for oil in the gulf

Chevron has been given the green light to start drilling for new oil in the gulf. Chevron is the first company since the BP spill that has been okayed by Washington.

U.S. Coast Guard sites Houston Company for new oil spill

The coast guard said the oil found near Grand Isle over the weekend has been chemically matched oil from one of Anglo Sweese's rigs.

Shreveport GM plant re-opened today

The GM plant in Shreveport has re-opened today. It shut down last week because of a parts shortage caused by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

Big move for chairman of Louisiana's Republican Party

It is a big move up in the political ranks for the chairman of Louisiana's Republican Party. Roger Villere has been elected to serve on the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee.

New website for starving college students

There is a new website that is made for starving college students. The website is called This is how it works.

Lafayette resident startled by intruder

Lafayette Police responded to the Floridian Flats subdivision regarding a prowler incident on March 23.

Thief and kidnapper caught

THIS IS A KADN UPDATE - Brian Segura, 29, was found in Lafayette with the assistance of the Louisiana State Police. He is being charged with the kidnapping and robbery that occurred on March 23.

Lafayette Police Department Cyber Crimes Unit Arrest Suspect in Juvenile Case

The Lafayette Police Department’s Cyber Crimes Unit have been conducting an undercover operation targeting sexual predators.

Money for tourism on the chopping block

The money for tourism is also facing the chopping block and the lietenant governor is not happy about it. The current budget plan denies $13 million to two of the state's tourism funds.