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Lafayette man arrested for attempting to molest 8-year-old nephew

A Lafayette man is currently in jail after his 8-year-old nephew told a social worker he tried to molest him. Scott Police Chief Chad Leger says Ernest Courville II, 27, was arrested for Indecent Behavior with a Juvenile.

Lafayette Pearl Harbor Vets Have Annual Luncheon on Anniversary of Attack

While many of us yesterday watched the New Orleans Saints get clobbered by the Carolina Panthers, yesterday had a lot more importance than that.

Lafayette Continues to Celebrate Christmas Holidays

It is evident that Christmas has made it’s way to Lafayette this past week.

Coach Hud Knows Nevada Will Be a Tough Match

After making their big announcement last week at the Ragin’ Cajun Basketball game, the Ragin’ Cajun football team had to wait until Sunday to see who would be their opponent in the upcoming R&L Carrier New Orleans Bowl.

Black's Restaurant Opens Doors in Abbeville with Grand Re-Opening

Black's Oyster Bar & Seafood Restaurant in Abbeville seemingly has a tradition of shutting down and re-opening but the customers always return.

Scott man killed in car crash on I-10 in Lafayette

The Lafayette Police are investigating a crash that has left one man dead on December 7, 2014. Cpl. Paul Mouton says Carmen Miller Jr., 58, of Scott was traveling westbound on I-10 when his 2006 Toyota Tacoma went off the road.

LIST: 2014 Bowl Game Schedule

The 2014 college football regular season has come to an end and now all that's left are bowl games and the first-ever College Football Playoff games!

Deputies arrests man after shots fired during an argument

A Breaux Bridge man is in the St. Martin Parish jail after firing shots during an argument on December 7, 2014.

5 ways to make your Wi-Fi faster

Tired of slow Wi-Fi? Fear not: Faster Wi-Fi speeds are possible, if you're willing to work (and pay) for them.

Protesters flood California highway, throw rocks, bottles at officers, police say

From the streets of California to the stores of New York City, protesters are making sure no one forgets the case of Eric Garner. But some are doing so more violently than others.