As another school year approaches parents around Lafayette are wondering what LPSS will do to ensure their kids safety
Louisiana is now in it's fourth surge with Coronavirus - in an effort to help the CDC has recommended people wear mask indoors now.
hot and humid
The Colombian variant, known as the b.1.621 variant, currently accounts for about 10% of the recent cases seen in covid-positive patients at Jackson health in Miami.
Unitech Training Academy Lafayette Campus Held A COVID-19 Vaccine Event
News15's Carter Simoneaux talks with two folks with Toups Talent, Angie Broussard, a booking agent and Jacqueline Quebedeaux, who handles marketing and artist development, to discuss some local shows in Acadiana highlighting local musicians.
News15's Carter Simoneaux chats with Darryl Rabassa, a parishioner of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church to discuss an upcoming Corn Hole competition happening during Festivals des Famillies d'Erath.
There are many athletes from Acadiana who have competed in the Olympics and I'm sure some of you are wondering where they are now.
The heat continues this afternoon, though hit and miss storms will provide some relief.
Lafayette Graduate Ready for Olympics in 2024
More Hot Weather to End the Week
LPSS SCHOOL SYSTEM COVID
Opelousas Downtown Makers Market
Hot temperatures continue in the forecast with a few spotty afternoon storms.
Maci Bergeron Excels for Junior Olympic Team
There was shootings in Lafayette Parish, Acadia Parish, and Jefferson Davis Parish.
Unique Fitness, a local gym in Lafayette, offers fitness classes and physical training to those with disabilities and special needs from the age of four and up.
Storms End Tonight, More Rain Possible Tomorrow
Game Camp Begins In Lafayette
Salvation Army Fan Giveaway
Temperatures soar into the 90s this afternoon with spotty storms.
Rain saves the day
Cheerleading is now getting full recognition after being accepted by the International Olympic Committee. This comes after a push from the International Cheer Union.
Summertime heat and humidity sticks around this afternoon with only spotty storms.
As the games begin many wonder is a new Coronavirus surge on the way
Hot Start to the Workweek
Hot Sunday Weather
Getting hot and humid
LPSO Crime of the Week
Large gatherings and rising covid-19 cases
News15's Carter Simoneaux is joined by Rebecca Hudsmith with Cinema on the Bayou to talk about preparing for the return to an in-person festival, as well as some important dates to remember for filmmakers.
News15's Carter Simoneaux talks with Jamie Hebert with Downtown Development Authority about the return of in-person Downtown Alive!
Ceremony for Graduates at Adult Drug Court
Hot Weather Going into the Weekend
Rain mostly goes away and heat returns
News15's Carter Simoneaux talks with Allen Green about Julien's Diaper Drive and what it means for those who partake in this fundraiser.
Some Storms Possible Later Today
The rain lessens
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Local Jr. Beta Robotics Team Places 2nd at Nationals!
Downtown Is On The Rise! Anita Begnaud Talks infrastructure Improvements
Dr. Joseph Savoie, UL Lafayette president, announced the incentives program to reward students who have taken the COVID-19 vaccine – and inspire those who haven’t to do so – in a message to the campus community on Wednesday.
Summer Activities For Children On The Autism Spectrum
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Since the beginning of the pandemic, many employers have struggled to maintain a staff and they say it's because people are still receiving unemployment benefits.
COVID-19 Questions and Concerns Answered