Acadiana Center for the Arts is expanding

Construction is moving quickly in the acadiana area, causing parts of downtown to be closed off. The former LBA building, which is now known as the Acadiana Center for the Arts, is expanding. The renovation will include a 300 seat state of the

H1N1 State of Confusion

Schools and colleges across the country are opening this week and with millions of children and young adults crammed into confined spaces, there is little if any consensus from health officials on how to protect people from H1N1.

U.S. Pedophiles Nabbed in Cambodia Sex-Tourist Sting

Ongoing fed sex tourism investigation led to 3 arrests in Cambodia. The men are being extradited back to US today. ICE has video of perp walk and area where these crimes take place.

Report: Downing Street Approved Lockerbie Bomber Deal

Gordon Brown is dragged into the controversy over the early release of the Lockerbie bomber on Sunday after it emerged that a key decision that could have paved the way for the terrorist to serve his sentence in Libya was approved by Downing Street.

Police Have No Known Suspects in Mobile Home Murders

Police have no known suspects and are urging extreme caution following the murder of seven people in a dingy mobile home Saturday on the site of a historic plantation in southeast Georgia.

Ex-Israeli Prime Minister Indicted on Corruption Charges

Israeli legal authorities have indicted former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert on corruption charges.

Pakistan Denies Altering American-Made Missiles

Pakistan rejected accusations its army illegally modified American-made missiles to increase its land-strike capability, denying Sunday that it reconfigured anti-ship weapons in a way that could target India.

'Angry' Blaze Near L.A. Destroys Dozens of Homes

A relentless Southern California wildfire raged Tuesday with 53 homes up in smoke, thousands more threatened and new rounds of evacuations as towering flames crackled close to neighborhoods on the northern and southern flanks.

Report: U.K. Used Bomber as Bargaining Chip for Oil

The British government decided it was "in the overwhelming interests of the United Kingdom" to make Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi, the Lockerbie bomber, eligible for return to Libya, leaked ministerial letters reveal.

Police Find 7 Dead Inside Georgia Mobile Home

Authorities in southeastern Georgia say seven people have been found dead at a mobile home and two people are critically injured.