Posted 12:32 PM 4/27/2013 by Erin Steuber
A Lafayette girl scout troop is turning to the community for help after their cookie money was stolen.
Now, the troop is having to skip a trip they worked so hard for all year. After three weekends and more than 35-hundred boxes of cookies, cookie sales came to an end for Troop (More)...
Posted 12:04 PM 4/27/2013 by Chris Welty
While we're all excited about the musicians at Festival International, you don't have to be at the main stage to see a good show.
From larger than life street performers stealing the show on Jefferson to musicians everywhere you turn, Festival is in full swing.
For the past 63 days (More)...
Posted 7:02 PM 4/25/2013 by Chris Welty
A Lafayette man says his neighborhood is being taken over by "slum lords" and blighted property.
Jimmy LeBouef lives on Chester Street in Upper Lafayette off of Moss Street, one block away from Northside High. He wants blighted houses in his neighborhood condemned and is asking the city to (More)...
Posted 10:14 AM 4/25/2013 by Chris Welty
Teachers from all over Acadiana hit the steps of the Capitol calling for change.
They made it very clear they don't support Governor Bobby Jindal's education proposals, specifically the Act One Legislation. That plan consists of a number of education bills, some deal with teacher (More)...
Posted 10:54 PM 4/23/2013 by Steven Albritton
A Lafayette Parish school bus driver is waiting to learn his fate. He was given a ticket for driving his bus around a railroad crossing while the lights were flashing. At the time, their were also 30 students on the bus. According to Lafayette Parish Deputies, Daniel Gary went around through the (More)...
Posted 10:53 PM 4/22/2013 by Chris Welty
Changes could be on the way for eye care in Louisiana.
Under House Bill 527, optometrists could perform procedures now performed by medical doctors. A board may determine whether optometrists could give certain injections or perform laser surgery. Eye care doctors across the (More)...More Stories from 4/22/2013