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Ellyson lands Sun Belt pitcher of the week honors

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PRESS RELEASE LAFAYETTE – Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Softball sophomore pitcher Summer Ellyson was named the Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week for her efforts last week in wins over a pair of nationally ranked foes.   Ellyson posted a 2-0 mark, earning the win in her starts against nationally ranked foes RV Oregon State and No. 2 Florida.   The highlight of the week was an 11-inning, 185-pitch effort in a 4-3 win over Florida on Sunday.   The Lafayette...

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Rain chances increase, but heaviest rains stay west and north

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The chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms will increase for Acadiana Wednesday as an active frontal system gets a little closer to the area. Fortunately, the strongest atmospheric dynamics should stay to the west and north of Acadiana over the next several days keeping the persistent  threat of heavy rains and strongest storm away from the area. Shower activity will be scattered in nature Wednesday with rain chances near 30-40% eastern sections of the area, and up to ...

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Justin Stelly: Racing for More Than Gold

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 For Justin Stelly his career never really feels like work. "I speed skate for a living," 

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Speed cameras to come back to Lafayette only in school zones

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Traffic cameras could be coming back to the streets of Lafayette. Tuesday night, the city-parish council approved a resolution expressing support to bring the cameras back, but only in school zones. Next up the city council is faced with a decision and it's a familiar one, choosing which vendor will administer the traffic camera program. "we'll be able to strategically put them where we think it will have the biggest impact," said Mayor-President Joel Robideaux during the...

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Business owners in Broussard seek answers about 6-month road closure

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BROUSSARD, La -- Scott Babin works at Mike's Marine and RV along u-s 90 in Broussard. Babin says since construction began last  August along this southbound stretch of Main Street his business has suffered. 

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OPINION: Cajuns will need Sun Belt Tournament Win to Qualify for NCAA Tournament

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When Selection Sunday (3/11) rolls around are the Cajuns in or out? 

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Serious consequences come from making threats on social media

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Parents are urged to speak with their children about the serious consequences that come with making threats against schools. 

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One injured in shooting on North Marigny

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Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office says they are currently working a shooting at the 100 block of North Marigny.

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Butterfly Effect seeks donations of prom dresses

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New Day Community Outreach is a new non-profit agency in Lafayette. 

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Acadiana woman transforms dresses into gifts for grieving families

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A Lafayette woman is helping grieving families across the country using donated wedding gowns.  To make it all happen, the volunteer seamstress partners with NICU Helping Hands and generous former brides nationwide. 

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How to save your palm trees following the cold winter

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This past December and January Acadiana experienced several hard freezes and a couple snow/ice events. 

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Acadia Parish works to straighten kinks in trash collection system

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In Acadia Parish, a new trash collection program has not gone smoothly in its first weeks. Some residents have had their trash cans collected but have not received the new ones. Others are still using the old ones.      Neighbors in Crowley say for three weeks they've left their trash cans outside with hopes they'll be replaced. There hasn't been much communication from the parish or the waste company and they still don't  We caught up with KATC's own Tracy Wirt...

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Convicted child molester, accused child pornographer dies after cardiac arrest in jail

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A man who was a prisoner at the St. Martin Parish Jail has died in a local hospital.

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Evangeline schools swept for bombs, nothing found, open Wednesday

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Evangeline Parish law enforcement spent the morning sweeping every school for bombs after several social media threats were made yesterday. 

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Learn how to become a storm spotter for free March 13th

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The National Weather Service will be hosting a SKYWARN® severe weather observer training on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, to all citizens interested in becoming severe weather Storm Spotter.  

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President Trump urges ban on gun devices like bump stocks

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President Donald Trump says he's signed a memo directing the Justice Department to propose regulations to "ban all devices" like bump stocks used in last year's Las Vegas massacre.

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Construction worker dies on platform in Gulf of Mexico, BSEE investigating

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The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement is conducting an investigation into a worker death which occurred Saturday on an oil platform south of Lake Charles.

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Entergy: Carencro power restored

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Power has been restored to the City of Carencro.

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New Iberia man accused of attempted murder

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A 29-year-old New Iberia man has been arrested for an early morning shooting in New Iberia, said police. 

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Lafayette marshal's trial delayed; recall organizers take the stand

Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope arrives at the Lafayette Parish Courthouse for a hearing on Dec. 27, 2017, in Lafayette, La. LESLIE WESTBROOK/The Advocate Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope arrives at the Lafayette Parish Courthouse for a hearing on Dec. 27, 2017, in Lafayette, La. LESLIE WESTBROOK/The Advocate
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It may be another two months before Pope stands trial.

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Rendering shows what Billeaud Elementary School will look like

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The new Billeaud Elementary School is set to open in the fall of 2019 and will be built at the corner of Fairfield Drive and Marteau Road in Broussard.

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Louisiana attorney general breaks ribs in snowboarding fall

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Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is recuperating after breaking six ribs in a snowboarding accident over the Mardi Gras holiday.

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Louisiana attorney general to take control of opioid lawsuit

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Louisiana's attorney general will take charge of the state's lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, in a deal reached with the governor's office.

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Rapides officials investigating threats

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The Alexandria Police Department, along with the help of the FBI and the Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office, are investigating an emailed threat sent to the principals of two Rapides Parish schools on Tuesday morning, KALB reports.

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Portions of Rayne Water System under boil water advisory

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The City of Rayne has issued a precautionary boil water advisory effective immediately for some residents on the city's water system.

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Police chase ends in Franklin after car runs out of gas

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After leading police on a high-speed chase Friday night, a 28-year-old Jeanerette man was apprehended when he ran our of gas, said police.  

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Lane closure planned on Johnston Street

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The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announces that the westbound outside lane of US 167 (Johnston Street) will be closed at the intersection of Cajundome Boulevard, in Lafayette Parish, on Sunday, February 25, for topographic surveying. The work is estimated to take place from 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., weather permitting. DOTD appreciates your patience and reminds you to please drive with caution and be on the lookout for work crews and their equipment. DOT... More>>

French Quarter Fest lineup announced

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The 35th Anniversary French Quarter Festival presented by Chevron; a full schedule will be released on March 15 when the organization celebrates its anniversary gala at Antoine's Restaurant. 

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Dallas official asks NRA to move May convention elsewhere

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 A top elected official in Dallas says the "madness" of school shootings must stop and is asking the NRA to hold its annual convention elsewhere.    

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Military Highlight of Jeanerette native

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A 2014 Pensacola High School graduate and Jeanerette, Louisiana, native is currently serving aboard the largest amphibious warship in the Navy. 

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Special counsel files new charge in Russia probe

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The special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election charged an attorney Tuesday with lying to federal investigators about his interactions with a former Trump campaign official.

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Acadiana Home and Design show coming to Cajundome Convetion Center March 3 & 4

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The Acadiana Home Builders Association's Acadiana Home and Design Show will make its way to the Cajundome Convention Center for two days in March.

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Hilliard Art Museum to hold Spring Exhibition Opening Reception Friday, February 23

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The Hilliard University Art Museum will hold their Spring Exhibition Opening Reception on Friday, February 23 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the museum located on UL Lafayette's campus.

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Wet weather for Wednesday

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Acadiana has another warm day on its hands with highs in the afternoon moving into the 80s once again and with plenty of moisture in the atmosphere making it another muggy day.  Helping to fight back the mugginess is a stiff wind from the south which will be kicking up around 15 mph though the afternoon which will help the humidity from settling in and getting too sticky.  There will be a lot of moisture in the atmosphere, however, so it will be hard to fight back clouds a...

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Spirit of Acadiana: Isabella and Trevor's Cabin Giveaway

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Trevor's Cure Dat Foundation are only a few month's away from announcing the big winner of "Isabella and Trevor's Cabin Giveaway."

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Severe Weather Awareness Week in Louisiana

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Severe weather is no stranger to Louisiana. Strong storms, tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, you name it, Louisiana has it. As spring weather returns, so do the chances for damaging winds, large hail, and tornadoes. On average, Louisiana experiences around 37 tornadoes. In 2017, unofficially, we had at least 80, the most ever, breaking a record set only 10 years earlier. Unfortunately, some of those tornadoes were killers, including a mother and her child in St. Martin Parish. A ...

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Grocery retailer Albertsons to buy drugstore chain Rite Aid

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Albertsons Companies announced today that it is plunging deeper into the pharmacy business with a deal to buy Rite Aid, the nation's third-largest drugstore chain.

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LPSS to hold Magnet Academy Lottery for 2018-2019 school year

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The Lafayette Parish School System will hold its Magnet Academy Lottery today, Tuesday, February 20 for the 2018-2019 school year.

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Opelousas Council to discuss, vote on ordinances for new police and fire vehicles

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Tonight, February 20, the Opelousas City Council will meet to discuss an ordinance that would allow the city to purchase several vehicles for use by the Opelousas fire and police department.

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Trump offers support for background checks on gun buys

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President Donald Trump has offered support for a limited strengthening of federal background checks on gun purchases Monday in the form of a bipartisan bill designed to strengthen the FBI database of prohibited gun buyers.

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Fred Rogers, America's favorite neighbor, celebrated in 2018

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It's been 50 years since Fred Rogers first appeared on TV screens, a gentle and avuncular man who warbled "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" as he changed into a cardigan and sneakers.

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Hogan Harris Suffers Oblique Injury, UL Pitching Staff ready to step up

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UL starting LHP Hogan Harris suffered an oblique injury Sunday, according to Head Coach Tony Robichaux. The extent of the injury is still unknown, but they hope to have him back for this weekend's home series versus Wright State. If he's unable to go, expect senior Colten Schmidt to get the start Sunday.

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Acadiana Area Matchups for Boys Basketball Playoffs

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Dates and Times for games haven't been released yet. Local Teams in bold. Here's the matchups: 5A 24 Northshore @ 9 Comeaux 25 Alexandria @ 8 New Iberia 19 Dutchtown @ 14 Lafayette 23 Acadiana @ 10 Thibodaux 4A 32 West Ouachita @ 1 Westgate 28 Buckeye @ 5 Carencro 21 Cecilia @ 12 Salmen 29 B. T. Washington @ 4 Breaux Bridge 19 Leesville @ 14 Opelousas 22 Helen Cox @ 11 Northside 23 St. Martinville @ 10 Beau Chene 3A 17 Green Oaks @ 16 Northwest 20 North Ver...

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Carencro, LCA and Elton Ladies Advance to Quarters

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GIRLS BASKETBALL    Dunham 45, Calvary Baptist Academy 22    Lake Arthur 60, Amite 41    Class 5A    Regionals    Captain Shreve 66, Ruston 59    East Ascension 63, Sulphur 50    Natchitoches Central 67, Hammond 53    Sam Houston 42, LaGrange 38    Class 4A    Regionals    Benton 17, B.T. Washington 4    Bossier 34, South Terrebonne 28

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Threats force Evangeline superintendent to close schools

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All Evangeline Parish public schools will be closed Tuesday, February 20, 2018, because of multiple threats against schools posted online.

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Remaining breezy & warm with increasing rain chances mid-week

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Acadiana's weather pattern will remain rather breezy and warm with plenty of early season tropical humidity (and moisture) eventually adding up to increasing rain chances by Wednesday. Tuesday should be similar to our Monday, with partly to mostly cloudy skies, breezy and warm conditions with plenty of intervals of afternoon sun pushing the high temperatures into the lower 80s. 

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Drainage projects moving forward in St. Martinville

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Drainage projects proposed in St. Martinville are moving forward to the parish council after a vote by the city council. 

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Tools for Schools: Magnolia Elementary

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Tools for schools, back on the road once again, thanks to Jim Olivier's family of companies. 

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Governor: This could be last special session

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Gov. John Bel Edwards said he believes Louisiana's persistent fiscal crises can be solved this year. 

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St. Landry Chamber banquet recognizes members who bring unique charm to parish

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The chamber of commerce in St. Landry Parish is recognizing citizens and businesses for their contributions to the local economy and community.  

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2-19 Senior Spotlight: Vermilion Catholic's Nick Langlinais

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They say you can't teach heart. Luckily for Vermilion Catholic basketball coach Mike McCoy he doesn't have to. Because McCoy has a player who wears his heart on his sleeve.

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Iberia drivers want turn signal back up at intersection

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Some drivers in Iberia Parish say they want a turn-signal that was taken down in 2013 put back up again. 

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LPSS: Rumors about guns surging in wake of Parkland shooting

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Last week, it was Southside High and Lafayette Middle. Today, it was Acadiana High. Rumors, being reported to local media as fact by parents, that kids were arrested with guns on campus, or investigated for threatening schools with guns. So far, none of them are true, but every one is being investigated, said LPSS Chief Administrative Officer Joe Craig.  "This year in comparison to last year, it seems more than usual," Craig said of the rumors. "The last few day...

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Pine Prairie High working on procedures after shooting threats

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In a letter to parents today, Pine Prairie High School says they are working on procedures to enhance the safety of children and campus after a school shooting in Florida last week. 

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Police: Teen arrested for making shooting threats to Ville Platte High School

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A 15-year-old boy is accused of making threats on social media to shoot students at an Evangeline Parish school.  

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Louisiana lawmakers trudge back for another special session

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Louisiana lawmakers open their latest special session Monday still struggling to agree on an approach to stabilizing state finances a decade into seesawing cycles of budget gaps and short-term fixes.  

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UL students vying for spot in Red Bull competition

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A team of three University of Louisiana at Lafayette students are trying to win a spot in a Red Bull competition.

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Fundraiser luncheon supports women, children experiencing homelessness

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 The fundraiser helps support the many women and children experiencing homelessness in Lafayette. 

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Lafayette marshal's trial set to begin Tuesday, but some issues still unresolved

Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope accused sheriff candidate Mark Garber of encouraging illegal immigrants to come to Louisiana. Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope accused sheriff candidate Mark Garber of encouraging illegal immigrants to come to Louisiana.
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Pope's attorneys still want a change of venue and to block his emails from the case.

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Were Brian Pope's public emails illegally seized? Judge to hear evidence

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Pope's attorneys say LCG acted unconstitutionally when employees released the marshal's public emails.

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6 candidates vying for Iberia superintendent job, including Pat Cooper

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The applicant will be selected at the March 7 board meeting.

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Suspects wanted in theft from Carencro business

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The Carencro Police Department is asking for help from the public in identifying and locating five individuals wanted in connection with a theft of a Carencro business.

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Police: Amite student threatens to shoot up Tangipahoa Parish school

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An 18-year-old student from Amite threatened to shoot faculty and students at a Tangipahoa Parish high school, according to The Advocate. 

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Teens press for gun control outside White House

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Dozens of teenage students are lying down on the pavement in front of the White House to demand presidential action on gun control after 17 students were killed in a school shooting in Florida.

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Historic Louisiana high school heavily damaged by fire

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Authorities say a 94-year-old school outside New Orleans has suffered extensive damage after catching fire.

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State Police investigating crash on La. 182

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Emergency officials are investigating a vehicle fire in Lafayette Parish.  

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Hospice of Acadiana to hold first session of positive speaker series Wed. February 21

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Hospice of Acadiana will hold their speakers series entitled "Sunny Side Up" as a part of their mission to focus on a positive approach to everyday life.

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Advocates host training for area residents to monitor pipeline construction

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Louisiana residents and experts concerned with the construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline to host citizen monitoring trainings across the state.

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Inmate in landmark Supreme Court case denied parole

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A 71-year-old Louisiana inmate whose case led to a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision on juvenile-offender sentences has been denied parole more than a half-century after he killed a sheriff's deputy at age 17.

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Three shows remain for Bad in Bed (A Fairy Tale) presented by the Acadiana Repertory Theatre

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The Acadiana Repertory Theatre will continue to present the production of Bad in Bed (A Fairy Tale) on February 22, 23, and 24 at Cite des Arts in Lafayette.

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Police investigating weekend shooting in Lafayette

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The Lafayette Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred this weekend in the 200 block of Randolph Drive in Lafayette.

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Two Acadiana parishes searching for next school superintendents

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Two Acadiana parishes, Iberia and Acadia, are beginning the search for replacements for outgoing school superintendents.

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Spring like conditions to start the week

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Spring is starting to settle in across Acadiana and based off of this week's forecast it wouldn't surprise me if we start seeing more and more green popping up in gardens across south Louisiana.  A warm start to the week with highs getting up to around 81 Monday afternoon with partly sunny skies and a muggy feel with moisture coming in from the Gulf of Mexico.  Only nuisance weather expected on Monday will be some breezy conditions, and we're using the term nuisance libera...

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St. Martinville to introduce drainage proposals at council meeting

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At the city council meeting tonight, St. Martinville Mayor Thomas Nelson will introduce a series of drainage proposals.

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Local woman embarks on tiny business adventure

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It was a suggestion from a friend that lead Cherie Hebert down a tiny path.

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Cool Schools: Carencro Heights Elementary

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Today's COOL SCHOOL is Carencro Heights Elementary! The Rotary Club of Lafayette North has been delivering "I Can Read" Sing-Along DVDs to every kindergarten student at Carencro Heights Elementary to help them with site words.The Carencro High School Interact Club also joined in and helped to put the bags together containing different treats including stickers, coloring pages, and markers.   The "I Can Read" songs teach children to read and write 13 high-... More>>

Missing runaway teen from Franklin found safe

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UPDATE: St. Mary Parish deputies say that the missing runaway teen from Franklin has been found safe.

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    A hundred Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students to head by bus to Florida's capital to urge lawmakers to act to prevent a repeat of massacre that claimed 17 lives.
    A hundred Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students to head by bus to Florida's capital to urge lawmakers to act to prevent a repeat of massacre that claimed 17 lives.
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    Two buses are preparing to take about 100 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students to Tallahassee so that they can pressure state lawmakers to pass more restrictive gun laws.
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  • Ellyson lands Sun Belt pitcher of the week honors

    Ellyson lands Sun Belt pitcher of the week honors

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 12:03 AM EST2018-02-21 05:03:49 GMT

    PRESS RELEASE LAFAYETTE – Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Softball sophomore pitcher Summer Ellyson was named the Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week for her efforts last week in wins over a pair of nationally ranked foes.   Ellyson posted a 2-0 mark, earning the win in her starts against nationally ranked foes RV Oregon State and No. 2 Florida.   The highlight of the week was an 11-inning, 185-pitch effort in a 4-3 win over Florida on Sunday.   The Lafayette...

    PRESS RELEASE LAFAYETTE – Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Softball sophomore pitcher Summer Ellyson was named the Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week for her efforts last week in wins over a pair of nationally ranked foes.   Ellyson posted a 2-0 mark, earning the win in her starts against nationally ranked foes RV Oregon State and No. 2 Florida.   The highlight of the week was an 11-inning, 185-pitch effort in a 4-3 win over Florida on Sunday.   The Lafayette...

  • Justin Stelly: Racing for More Than Gold

    Justin Stelly: Racing for More Than Gold

    Tuesday, February 20 2018 11:56 PM EST2018-02-21 04:56:07 GMT
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     For Justin Stelly his career never really feels like work. "I speed skate for a living," 

     For Justin Stelly his career never really feels like work. "I speed skate for a living," 

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