Chapel Hill shooting: When is a crime a 'hate crime?'

The cries from family members and shocked Muslims are clear: Call it what it is, a hate crime.

Durel Makes Big Announcement at State of the Parish: LUS Fiber Expanding to Other Cities; Project Front Yard Expands to Acadiana

Today was City-Parish President Joey Durel’s 12th and final State of the Parish speech this afternoon at the Cajundome Convention Center in front of a large audience of business people, civic leaders and residents.

Record Amount of King Cakes Shipped this Mardi Gras Season

Whether you live in Lafayette, New Orleans or Baton Rouge, you can drive down the street just about anywhere and pick up your favorite king cake in time for Mardi Gras.

UL Basketball Looking to Rebound After Tough Loss

The hot and cold days for Louisiana's Ragin Cajun basketball squad continue. Win some then lose some and last Saturday was a cold day at the Cajundome.

Lafayette Sheriff's Office Asking For Help In Identifying to Suspects

Detectives with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office are attempting to identify two subjects in reference to 17 counts of unauthorized use of a credit card.

Halliburton to Layoff 5,000 More Employees

Oil field services company Halliburton Co. said Tuesday it’s planning to ax 5,000 to 6,500 jobs to cope with the crude-price collapse, the latest in a string of oil-field layoff announcements.

5 hour standoff ends peacefully in New Iberia

Sheriff Louis Ackal Reports that on February 10, 2014 at approximately 4:03 p.m. Deputies with the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office responded to the 100 Block of Oak Street, New Iberia in reference to a disturbance.

Joey Durel delivers final 'State of the Parish': full transcript

 State of the Parish 2015 Do you feel the momentum? You should, after all we are at the top of every good list, and Harvard says you are the happiest people in America!

St. Martinville man wanted on charges of Aggravated Battery

The St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Earl Etienne, 49, who may be residing in the 1000 block of Russo Milazzo Rd, St. Martinville, LA., or in the 500 block of Porter St. St.

Obama criticizes Staples; Staples responds he doesn't 'have all the facts'

President Obama directly criticized Staples over a recent report that says it threatened to fire part-time workers in order to avoid providing them health insurance.