The Town of Duson was once known as the town that cannot grow. Mayor Johnny Thibodeaux is looking to change that even creating the slogan "discover the new Duson."
"With the interstate being so close to the Town of Duson, we need to use the interstate because it's so... more »
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Louisiana businesses are being placed on alert for a scam involving the state's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Officials say a person recently went into a business in the New Orleans area, claimed to represent the Department of Children and Family Services and asked to update... more »
Many restaurants, bars and businesses are banking on big celebrations this New Year's Eve weekend. And whether you're going out or staying in, there's bound to be some prep work.
For restaurants and bars, the New Year means more party-goers, more drinks and more work getting ready.
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Businesses in the Atchafalaya Basin are preparing to pack up, head out and suffer significant revenue losses due to flooding. Residents in Henderson should be protected by the levees, but with Henderson Lake waters expected to rise to 29 feet businesses on the other side of the levees will suffer... more »
Anything sporting the saints logo from cups to T-shirts to caps can't stay on store shelves.
Academy Manager, Scott Guidry, said he expects to be busy "until game time and once game time starts, I'm sure we'll slow down."
Fans out shopping definitely have their favorite saints player... more »
Burglars are terrorizing an Iberia Pariah town. Jeanerette police and marshals are working with residents to catch the criminals. Thursday, local officials held a town hall meeting to reassure the community that they are working to keep them safe.
"We hear your cry we feel your frustration, we're frustrated.... more »
Law enforcement agencies have secured a quarter mile area around the intersection of Landry St. and Admiral Doyle in New Iberia. They are searching for Paul Collins, the man wanted for allegedly murdering his ex-wife in St. Martinville.
Collins ran into a sugar cane field around 9:30am. From that... more »
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama administration says BP has agreed to expedite the payment of claims to businesses and individuals whose livelihoods have been disrupted by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Tracy Wareing (WEHR'-ing), who is with the National Incident Command office, told reporters in Washington that the understanding... more »
The Abbeville Police Department is warning citizens and businesses throughout the parish that there are extremely well-made counterfeit $20 bills circulating. The bills were discovered at a local Walmart locations. If anyone locates one of these bills, contact the Abbeville Police Department. more »