Stock markets around the world break records

NEW YORK (CNNMONEY) — Pat yourself on the back if you had money in the stock market today.

Lawsuit says Purina food harms dogs; company denies allegations

Beneful dry dog food produced by Nestle Purina PetCare has "resulted in serious illness and death of thousands of dogs," a lawsuit says.

Groan with the wind: The South gets hit with another winter storm

A few weeks ago, metro Atlanta's resident groundhog, Gen. Beauregard Lee, was the toast of the town when he predicted an early spring for the South.

Ragin Cajun Basketball Back Into Winning Groove

Don't look now but the Ragin Cajun basketball team is on a three game winning streak. The Cajuns are coming off a big road win last Saturday against Texas Arlington to move into fourth place in the Sun Belt standings.

Stage Donates Over $3K to LOPA

This morning Stage Store Inc. presented the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency with a donation of over three thousand dollars raised from customer donations in the Lafayette area stores.

UL Students Put Resumes On Display For 2015 Spring Career Fair

Today UL majors got a chance to put their degrees and resumes to work by meeting with potential employers at the Spring 2015 Career Fair at the Cajundome Convention Center.

Local Dealership Victim of Arson

Lafayette fire officials responded to an early morning arson that took place yesterday morning at Tops Auto Rentals near the corner of Moss Street and Jefferson Boulevard.

Opelousas man arrested for hit and run in Scott

An Opelousas man is now in jail after a hit and run, according to the Scott Police Department. It happened around 9:12 Saturday night at the intersection of Westgate Road and Eraste Landry Road in Scott.

Obama rejects Keystone XL bill

(CNN) — President Barack Obama, exercising his veto power for the first time in five years, rejected on Tuesday a measure green-lighting the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.

Early consumption may prevent peanut allergy, new study suggests

(CNN) — Parents who have children with food allergies know all too well about the headaches in keeping their lives "nut-free."