Veterans Get Chance to Discuss VA Clinic Problems With Deputy Secretary of VA

Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Sloan Gibson, was in Lafayette today to meet with Congressional members, local VSO Leadership and local officials to listen to veterans talk about the VA medical system that many consider broken.

Proposed Downtown Development Code Looks to Make Downtown More Pedestrian and Residential Friendly

The City of Lafayette will continued moving forward with it’s comprehensive plan that was put into place last summer by City-Parish President Joey Durel.

Lack of Seat Belt Use In Louisiana Continues to Play Role in Fatalities

Two automobile accidents in the last three days have resulted in two fatalities in the Lafayette area. Neither motorist was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accidents.

Freshmen Making Life Easier for UL Softball Vets

Over the weekend, Louisiana's Ragin Cajun softball team added another five wins to their total of now 14 for the year. With no losses.

Napleonville man admits to stealing horse in drunken attempt to catch parade

A Napoleonville man is now in jail after on a felony theft charge after stealing a horse last week, according to the Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Lafayette-area school closures due to winter weather

Acadia, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, St. Landry, and St. Martin Parish public schools will be closed Tuesday, February 24, 2015, due to expected winter. Evangline Parish Schools will be closed February 23-24, 2015.

Workers at nation's largest oil refinery join growing strike

Workers at the nation's largest oil refinery have joined a strike that now includes more than 6,500 workers.

Sub-zero wind chills, nasty precipitation spread across the U.S.

For much of the U.S., stepping into a walk-in freezer will be a lot more comfortable than going outside. From Minnesota to Texas, another blast of frigid weather is walloping the country. Here's what to expect:

800,000 receive wrong Obamacare tax info

NEW YORK (CNNMONEY) — Bowing to pressure, the Obama administration is extending Obamacare enrollment for those who learn they owe a penalty for being uninsured in 2014.

How a profoundly disabled boy became a running champ

(CNN) — Twelve years ago, Rachel Miller was lost when it came to her son John. The 7-year-old was profoundly disabled because of his autism. Unable to speak, he withdrew from people at school and, worse, from his family.