Exclusive: Sen. Mary Landrieu's campaign flight was charged to taxpayers

Sen. Mary Landrieu made headlines last November when she hitched a ride home on Air Force One with President Obama, but chose not to attend his event in New Orleans.

Smooth start for teachers and students heading back to school in Lafayette Parish today

Today was the first day of school for students and teachers across the parish, and it seemed like it went pretty smooth despite from the fact that there is still no budget set for Lafayette.  Struggling schools like J. W.

State Police still investigating officer-involved shooting in Crowley leaving one man dead

State Police are still investigating a shooting involving Crowley officers yesterday leaving one man dead.  It happened at the 1200 block of Crawford Avenue in Crowley yesterday.  Crowley police officers were responding to a disturban

Coach Hud Says Practice is Going Good But Still Needs Work

Eighteen days and counting, that's how many days left before Louisiana's Ragin Cajun football season gets underway at Cajun Field.

LPSS Reaches Out to Community for Substitute Bus Drivers

With school in full swing this morning the appearance of school buses were in full force for the first time since summer break.

Direct Flights to Denver are Coming to Lafayette Regional Airport

Direct flight enthusiasts have another destination to smile about when they head to the Lafayette Regional Airport. Starting next Tuesday the airport will offer United Airlines nonstop flights to Denver, Colorado.

Tractor Trailer spills Rice Krispies Treats; shuts down interstate

Parts of a major interstate in Oklahoma had to be shut down Saturday night because of Rice Krispies Treats. You can see the boxes of the snacks spilled all over the roadway.

Three dogs die in hot car

Three dogs are dead and another is in serious condition after being left in a hot car for more than two hours during a hot day.

Bee, scorpion and snake venom may hold cancer cure

 It's ancient medicine with a sci-fi-sounding twist.

Would you trade pay for a higher 401(k) match?

As millions of Americans struggle to save enough for retirement, many workers say they are willing to accept lower pay if it means their employer will help them build a bigger nest egg.