May 20, 2013 7:18 PM
Acadia Parish Deputies identified the man who was killed Sunday in a triple shooting as 18-year-old D'Andre Goodley of Eunice.
So far, no arrests have been made. The shooting happened at a gas station off LA-35 in Branch just after eight o'clock Sunday night.
The two others shot... more »
May 17, 2013 7:08 PM
A military family from Carencro, stationed overseas in Germany is fighting Carnival Cruise Lines for a refund.
The couple was set to go on a Mediterranean cruise but received military orders they could not leave Germany.
So, should they receive a refund? After KATC made a phone call... more »
May 16, 2013 7:35 PM
Police are investigating an alleged assault at a St. Landry Parish school.
A substitute teacher at Krotz Springs Elementary is accused of throwing the top of a desk across the classroom and flipping a student out of his seat.
Both the school board and the police department wouldn't... more »
May 15, 2013 7:19 PM
"Demolish and re-build Patterson Junior High" is an engineer's recommendation to the St. Mary Parish School Board.
To re-build, the board is asking Patterson residents to approve a 15-mil property tax which would generate about twenty-one million dollars over the next twenty years.
Cracked tiles, walls separating and... more »
May 14, 2013 7:12 PM
Four charter schools could soon be on the way for Lafayette Parish.
Wednesday afternoon, the school board will consider partnering with Charter Schools USA.
Like other charter schools, those with this company would run on private donations and some public funds. Charter USA requires parental involvement and teacher... more »
May 9, 2013 11:46 PM
Hundreds of families are learning to cope with Alzheimer's dementia.
The disease is debilitating. Alzheimers' affects memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms usually develop slowly and worsen over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. One out of three seniors die with Alzheimer's or another type of dementia.... more »
May 3, 2013 7:04 PM
In Acadia and Evangeline Parishes, voters will decide whether to renew a 10-year property tax to fund the Basile High School Athletic Department.
The tax generates roughly 74-thousand dollars for the school. The property tax, enacted nearly thirty years ago, has been renewed three times. The money allows the... more »
May 2, 2013 6:31 PM
The search is on for whoever threatened to blow up Broussard Middle School using a pressure cooker bomb.
The campus is on South Morgan Street off the Amabassador Caffery Extension. Around 9:30 Thursday morning, Broussard Police evacuated students to a nearby church.
After a two hour search, nothing... more »
April 30, 2013 7:26 PM
Depending what happens in the legislature, tuition could rise for thousands of students at universities across the state.
Tuesday, the House Education Committee held a hearing on a proposed bill which would allow universities to raise tuition without legislative approval.
"We're trying desperately to maintain quality and performance... more »
April 25, 2013 8:01 PM
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 »
April 24, 2013 10:26 PM
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 evaluations and others would... more »
April 22, 2013 11:50 PM
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 state are at odds because there... more »
April 19, 2013 7:01 PM
A Lafayette non-profit is facing financial hardships and is struggling to keep its doors open.
The Family Tree opened in 1979 and offers education and counseling services to families at little to no cost. The agency lost it's main source of federal funding and heavily depends on grants.
... more »
April 18, 2013 10:22 PM
A Carencro High teacher is screaming retaliation. He says he was suspended from his job after speaking out about violence inside the classroom.
Thursday morning, Jamal Taylor was escorted from the campus and now, his job is up in the air.
Taylor has a stack of paperwork documenting... more »
April 16, 2013 6:39 PM
KATC and the United Way of Acadiana are handing out more than ten thousand books this week to students at schools across Acadiana.
This is made possible because of Acadiana's generosity during our second annual Day of Literacy in March. Hundreds of new and gently used books were donated... more »
April 12, 2013 6:45 PM
The City-of-Crowley could cut off fire protection services for areas outside of city limits.
Tuesday, the Crowley City Council said it's frustrated the Acadia Parish Police Jury hasn't finalized a contract. If a deal isn't reached, Crowley will stop providing fire protection by June first.
For more than... more »
April 9, 2013 7:06 PM
For years, standardized testing has been the same in Louisiana, the Leap and the I-Leap. Soon, those tests will be a thing of the past.
The new test, Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, or "PARCC" will be online. The test is designed to track students'... more »
April 8, 2013 9:30 PM
The most wanted man in Acadiana, Wade Lohse, is speaking out while on the run.
The US Marshal's Office and the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office are still searching for Wade Lohse. Authorities say he's armed and dangerous. Two weeks ago, he walked out of the Lafayette Parish Courthouse just... more »
April 8, 2013 1:38 PM
Cacie Barras McGrew's mother, Cindy Barras, is speaking out to KATC about the YouTube video Wade Lohse posted explaining why he ran out of a Lafayette courtroom two weeks ago before his trial.
"First of all, he didn't show true remorse and the justice system cannot be wrong on... more »
April 5, 2013 7:18 PM
The US Marshal's Office is joining the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Department in the search for a man who ran off before his trial for vehicular homicide.
Wade Lohse is on the run and authorities say he's armed and dangerous. Last week, he walked out of the Lafayette Parish Courthouse... more »
April 3, 2013 9:10 PM
Two Lafayette Parish School Board members are questioning the effectiveness of recent renovation projects at Northside High and N.P. Moss Preparatory Academy.
This comes after board members Greg Awbrey and Mark Babineaux attended a meeting at Northside High Monday. Though uninvited, it was the first time the members had... more »
April 2, 2013 6:59 PM
The Lafayette Parish School Board is looking to change its overtime policy after tens of thousands of dollars were improperly paid in overtime.
They are blaming it on a policy change eight years ago that they say led to employees mis-interpreting the policy's true meaning.
The human resources... more »
March 29, 2013 9:43 PM
The end of the Lenten season means big crawfish sales in Acadiana.
Since early Friday morning, restaurants and crawfish vendors have been slammed as many families prepare for the holiday weekend.
"If you want crawfish on Good Friday, you're going to pay for them."
People like Kenneth... more »
March 26, 2013 6:43 PM
A nationwide alert is on for a man who walked out of the Lafayette Parish Courthouse, just before his trial Monday for vehicular homicide.
Wade Lohse is accused of killing 29-year-old Cacie Barras. Toxicology test results show he was impaired when he crashed into her vehicle. Deputies issued a... more »
March 22, 2013 7:54 PM
A student teacher at Carencro High is looking for a new place to teach so he can complete his degree requirements and graduate in May.
Less than 24 hours after Derrick Comeaux spoke up about discipline problems, he was escorted off campus by police.
"You need to get... more »
March 21, 2013 6:33 PM
There are many questions, as to how a special assistant to the Lafayette Parish Superintendent will be paid or even if he still has a job.
This after the Lafayette Parish School Board voted to eliminate funding for Thad Welch's job. By a vote of five to four, the... more »
March 20, 2013 7:35 PM
A Lafayette Parish School Board Member is questioning whether a program designed to keep kids in the classroom at N.P. Moss Prepatory Academy is really working.
He became alarmed after a recent visit to the school. School Board Member Mark Babineaux is questioning how effective alternative programs are at... more »
March 19, 2013 7:13 PM
"If we have a collapse there, it would be a hell of a catastrophe and it worries me, it has worried me for many years. Seeing it first hand, I know what could happen," said Iberia Parish Sheriff Louis Ackal.
He vividly remembers the Jefferson Island Salt Mine Collapse... more »
March 18, 2013 6:36 PM
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 »
March 14, 2013 6:32 PM
The Lafayette Parish School System could receive a nearly 350-thousand dollar state grant for children in pre-k.
The majority of funding for pre-k in Lafayette Parish comes from grants and what's called title one funding. If the parish receives the new grant, it'll provide money for the first year... more »
March 14, 2013 6:23 PM
In Saint Mary Parish, hazardous waste removal and demolition is underway at the old Marine Shale Processors site.
It's located in Amelia, near Morgan City. Clean up crews have had their equipment in place since early February.
Marine Shale Processors took over the site in 1984. At first,... more »
March 13, 2013 7:04 PM
Students from across Acadiana were watching and waiting for a new Pope to be elected.
Our Lady of Fatima in Lafayette was on papal alert. Throughout the day they made announcements for teachers to turn their televisions to the news when they though a Pope would be elected. Teachers... more »
March 12, 2013 7:03 PM
Historic Downtown New Iberia is receiving national publicity after being named one of CNN's America's Best Small Town Comebacks.
The hustle and bustle of Downtown New Iberia is welcomed. In the early 80s, it was a different scene. The area lost many businesses after the oil bust.
Books... more »
March 8, 2013 4:26 PM
Instead of giving up their dogs for good, a foster program is helping service men and women come home to their pets.
Staff Sergeant Bethany Morgan-Taylor is back at Fort Polk after serving a tour overseas. Her dogs have been living in Lafayette with a foster parent through a... more »
March 7, 2013 6:23 PM
One Acadiana high school is taking a unique approach to discipline students. Their own peers are deciding how they should be punished.
Teen Court is an alternative to school board policy. It keep students in the classroom and avoids school suspension or after school detention.
Every Tuesday and... more »
March 6, 2013 7:36 PM
KATC was the first to uncover, Thad Welch was on the payroll before officially being hired as the Superintendent's Special Assistant.
In a KATC investigation, we uncovered before Thad Welch got the job as Special Assistant to Superintendent Pat Cooper, without a high school diploma, he worked for the... more »
March 5, 2013 6:33 PM
While Lafayette Parish Public Schools Superintendent Pat Cooper has repeated his support for Special Assistant Thad Welch, the hiring of his former school maintenance and transportation director from McComb, Miss., has raised questions among school board members, especially after they learned that Welch does not have a high school diploma... more »
March 4, 2013 7:23 PM
This morning 18-year-old Seth Fontenot pled not guilty to one charge of first degree murder and two counts of attempted first degree murder.
He's accused of shooting at a truck with three teens inside, killing one. Fontenot did not appear in court today, his attorney Tommy Guilbeau entered the... more »
March 1, 2013 7:11 PM
Imagine filing your federal taxes and a message comes back saying you've already filed.
This year alone, the Internal Revenue Service is investigating more than 500 cases of identity theft refund fraud. The IRS is cracking down and has hired three thousand employees to focus solely on identity theft... more »
February 28, 2013 7:18 PM
With the Pope officially retired, thousands around the world are watching and waiting for the papal conclave to begin.
"It's quite exciting in anticipation of what on earth and what in heaven is going to happen."
News of the Pope's retirement has surprised Catholics, but Monsignor Richard Greene... more »
February 25, 2013 7:09 PM
Louisiana lawmakers have pre-filed a handful of firearms bills.
One of those bills proposes that if federal laws pass, banning or restricting semi-automatic firearms, those laws would not be enforceable in Louisiana. That's if federal law tries to ban or restrict anyone from owning a semi-automatic firearm, magazine, accessory... more »
February 22, 2013 7:31 PM
Acadiana teachers are hopeful after an education forum sponsored by the Louisiana Association of Educators and KATC.
More than one hundred twenty people attended Thursday night's forum at the David Thibodeaux Stem Academy in Lafayette and it was one of the largest crowds so far. Louisiana Association of Educators... more »
February 21, 2013 11:33 PM
We've heard quite a bit about weapons on school campuses in the last few months across the nation and right here in Acadiana. From the start of this school year to last week, 46 weapons have been found on Lafayette Parish school campuses. Twenty-eight of those were weapons like knives... more »
February 20, 2013 10:28 PM
As Seth Fontenot walked into court Wednesday he could not stop crying, and when his family saw him, they shrieked and also burst into tears.
It was a very emotional day. One person KATC spoke with off camera said, "This is a stressful day for everyone. No matter what... more »
February 19, 2013 7:01 PM
An Iberia Parish community is shaken after an eight year old boy is shot.
That eight year old is hospitalized in Baton Rouge with serious injuries and tonight the search is on for the shooter.
Iberia Parish Deputies say 21-year-old Akeam Daniels is their suspect, he's also the... more »
February 15, 2013 7:21 PM
A meteorite streaked across the sky and exploded over a Russian mountain range Friday and injured about 11-hundred people.
Captured on amateur video it can be seen leaving a thick white trail in the sky followed by an intense flash. The meteorite, estimated to be about 10 tons, entered... more »
February 14, 2013 6:49 PM
Passengers on the Carnival Triumph are in close quarters and with reports of sewage issues and deteriorating conditions on board, the threat of illness is a strong possibility.
For nearly four days, passengers have experienced what they say are miserable conditions. Lafayette Doctor Indria Gautam says one of the... more »
February 13, 2013 9:27 PM
A group of Notre Dame parents in Crowley are set to leave in a few hours to pick up their children in Mobile, Alabama Thursday.
Despite the chaos, the students' parents know their kids are strong.
"Can you hear me momma, can you hear me? I want to... more »
February 12, 2013 5:57 PM
In Evangeline Parish, the Courir de Mardi Gras carried on as planned in Mamou.
The party kicked off early Tuesday morning with singing, dancing and lots of drinking as dozens keep the 65 year old courir tradition alive.
"It's just like speaking French and eating gumbo and boudin... more »
February 11, 2013 6:52 PM
In New Iberia, the search is on for a suspected drunk driver accused of crashing into a home.
It happened along Guadalajara Street early Monday morning. Investigators believe the driver ran a stop sign and crashed into the house. It's a sleepover story one girl will never forget.
... more »
February 6, 2013 7:02 PM
In St Landry Parish, the state of some roads is often a hot button issue.
Tonight the St Landry Parish Council will address it. The council will discuss an introductory proposal to call for a two-cent sales tax. Money generated from that tax would be designated for road construction... more »
February 1, 2013 10:29 AM
Every agency from across Acadiana and the state, even as far away as Hancock County in Mississippi, came to pay their respects to Sergeant Rick Riggenbach of the Chitimatcha police department.
"We all care and actually love each other because we know what each one of us do everyday... more »
January 28, 2013 7:36 PM
"We are united as one. It doesn't matter about the shape of our badges, the colors of our uniforms. Everyday, we come out to do the exact same thing....protect and serve the people which we serve," said Trooper Stephen Hammons.
Three police officers shot over the weekend in Saint... more »
January 25, 2013 7:11 PM
A former Crowley Animal Shelter employee is trying to clear his name after being arrested last year.
Mike Edwards is maintaining his innocence. He was arrested last August after a number of dead, decapitated dogs were found behind the shelter. In December, a grand jury in the 15th Judicial... more »
January 24, 2013 6:44 PM
Cuts were announced a year ago at University Medical Center.
Because of those budget cuts, UMC was set to lose 22-point-five-million-dollars and 173 jobs. In December, Lafayette General Medical Center stepped in announcing a partnership to avoid those cuts.
Thursday, a healthcare panel answered questions from the House... more »
January 23, 2013 7:09 PM
Some areas are drying out, but others are still battling the water, especially in Northern Vermilion Parish.
Crawfish farmers are scrambling to save their harvest and for many, it's a waiting game until they can get back to their fields and some farmers are facing a total loss.
... more »
January 22, 2013 7:43 PM
A woman claiming to have been raped is livid the Jeff Davis Parish District Attorney is reducing the suspect's charges.
Gerald Johnson was accused of raping his step-grandaughter more than twenty-one years ago. He was initially charged with aggravated incest rape and he pleaded to the lesser charge of... more »
January 18, 2013 7:23 PM
Acadiana is known for its generosity, especially in times of need. Before, during and after the recent flood we've heard stories of neighbors helping neighbors. Last week, the Clay family was bracing for flooding. They live on LA-100 in the town of Evangeline in Acadia Parish. The Clays had about... more »
January 16, 2013 7:30 PM
The cleanup continues nearly one week after heavy rain flooded parts of Acadiana.
Residents and business owners are looking for assistance and now, FEMA may step in soon.
"It's never flooded, especially in this area."
The flooding caught Terry LeBlue off-guard. She lives in Crowley off of... more »
January 15, 2013 7:36 PM
Flooding remains an issue for much of Acadiana tonight after several days of soaking rain.
That rain left the Mermentau Basin swollen. The Mermentau is at 10-point-four feet and it's expected to crest Thursday morning at around eleven feet.
For communities around the Mermentau in Acadia Parish, that... more »
January 14, 2013 7:51 PM
Families in Acadia Parish are pushed out of their homes due to rising waters. Now, one family finds out they may have to evacuate yet again.
"It's a bad situation."
Christopher Stevens is staying with family in Crowley after his home in Midland flooded. All in the same... more »
January 12, 2013 10:55 PM
From St. Landry to Vermilion Parishes, high water has covered much of South Louisiana. One major problem, backwater flooding.
Crowley is one of the hardest hit areas. Water covers Parkerson Avenue as well as exit 80 westbound on I-10.
One of the hardest hit neighborhoods, North Cherokee Drive... more »
January 11, 2013 7:07 PM
Water in Acadia Parish is starting to rapidly rise causing backwater flooding. In the town of Evangeline on LA-100, dozens of residents are packing up looking for higher ground.
"We really didn't expect it to come in this fast," said Brandi Clay.
In a matter of hours this... more »
January 10, 2013 7:34 PM
Dozens of residents in Loreauville are cleaning up tonight after tornadic weather swept through the area. Cleco crews worked for several hours to restore power. Many residents are counting their blessings.
Under an ominous sky, dozens of residents on Cajun Drive in Loreauville are boarding up and trying to... more »
January 9, 2013 7:49 PM
Louisiana is one of 29 states reporting widespread cases of the flu.
State health experts say the most commonly identified strain of flu is one of the three covered by this year's vaccine. This flu season is being called the worst outbreak in a decade, starting in October instead... more »
January 7, 2013 6:21 PM
Governor Bobby Jindal is coming under fire for cutting the budgets of battered women's shelters.
Funding for family violence prevention and intervention programs was cut by nearly one-million-dollars--that's a 16-percent reduction. The goal is to try and close a 166-million dollar mid-year budget deficit. The Jindal administration says the... more »
January 3, 2013 7:20 PM
Late Tuesday night, Congress passed part of the Farm Bill, keeping many of the existing farm programs in place, including direct payments and crop insurance.
The extension passed, keep things in tact this year, but farmers still have some concerns.
Dane Hebert is a third generation rice farmer.... more »
January 2, 2013 7:42 PM
This New Year's some people are resolving to give up smoking, but according to the American Lung Association it takes people on average six to eight times before they truly quit.
Now there is a fairly new alternative to lighting up.
"This is something I never thought I... more »
January 1, 2013 6:56 PM
Several Acadiana families find themselves with new tax deductions this New Years Day, the first babies of 2013. Jennifer and Brandon Henry are overwhelmed with joy this New Years as they welcome their first born into the world. Brielle Arianna Henry was born three minutes into 2013. "It was overwhelming.... more »
December 31, 2012 6:30 PM
Hundreds are mourning the loss of Lafayette native, Harold Abdalla after he loses his battle with cancer.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held at Saint John the Evangelist Church Monday afternoon.
Abdalla began his career in the family business of Abdalla's and was the founder and owner... more »
December 28, 2012 7:35 PM
Citizens in Abbeville say they want to take back their community after what they're calling "senseless violence."
It has been a violent year in the City of Abbeville, 8 murders, still several unsolved. "It could be anyone at anytime that lose their life over nothing."
Lawrence Levy is... more »
December 28, 2012 7:21 PM
He started out as a little boy playing the accordion, now he is nominated for three Grammys.
With his rise to stardom, country superstar Hunter Hayes still finds the time to come home for the holidays. Wowing the crowds at the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival to captivating a national... more »
December 26, 2012 7:14 PM
A family is searching for their 81-year-old loved one after he took off on foot Christmas Eve. 81-year-old Ray Nino disappeared mid-morning on Christmas Eve. He left his step-son's home on Southfork Drive in Youngsville. His family had no idea where he was until Jennings Police told them they found... more »
December 19, 2012 6:43 PM
The Iberia Parish Council is considering a resolution right now to stop AGL Resources from expanding natural gas storage at Lake Peigneur.
The lake borders Iberia and Vermilion Parishes. Recently, the Vermilion Parish Police Jury passed a similar resolution opposing the company's plans to build underground caverns to store... more »
December 17, 2012 5:06 PM
It's the last week before Christmas, and today is considered the busiest shipping day of the year for the United States Post Office.
The deadline has passed for regular package shipping, but if you use priority or express mail, the deadline is December 22nd.
This year, the post... more »
December 14, 2012 7:06 PM
During times of tragedy many people turn to their faith for answers or question everything they thought they knew.
You can never be prepared for events like we saw today. Father Chester Arceneaux, Pastor at Saint John's Cathedral says you should turn to faith to deal with evil in... more »
December 13, 2012 9:39 PM
A Lafayette woman is grateful to be alive after being held at gunpoint.
Three armed robberies in the past four days. The most recent one happened today around 11:49 in the 2000 block of Johnston St. behind a business. A man pulled a gun on a woman who was... more »
December 12, 2012 7:43 PM
The Lafayette Parish School Board is looking at a plan to make schools safer.
The proposal includes installing cameras and alarm systems in all 42 schools. The plan also calls for six safety officers to add support to resource officers already on many campuses.
All high school campuses... more »
December 11, 2012 7:32 PM
Authorities in Rapides Parish are searching for clues into who killed 25 year old Dorothy Rosier.
About three weeks ago, hunters discovered human remains in LaSalle Parish. Using dental records, the LSU FACES Lab positively identified the remains as Rosier.
Nearly three years ago, Dorothy Rosier disappeared without... more »
December 10, 2012 7:20 PM
In St. Mary Parish, residents in the Berwick area are staying vigilant after several bear sightings.
Berwick police tell KATC this weekend they received four calls about bears in the area and at least one was spotted in a neighborhood.
So far across the state, 13 bears have... more »
December 6, 2012 7:22 PM
A new bell now sits a-top of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Washington.
Nearly two years ago the more than 150 year old church burned to the ground. Since then, parishioners have held mass next door in their family center while the church is rebuilt.
It's a delicate... more »
December 5, 2012 6:37 PM
Lafayette Police need your help solving a church burglary.
It happened at East Bayou Baptist Church on Kaliste Saloom Road late Monday night or early Tuesday morning. The suspect or suspects forced their way into the church, breaking a window, stealing several music instruments and computers.
"I don't... more »
November 29, 2012 6:46 AM
With the holiday shopping season upon us, most retailers are seeing a boom in business, but a popular store at the Mall of Acadiana is getting ready to close its doors. By the end of the year Hollister will no longer be doing business in the Mall of Acadiana according... more »
November 13, 2012 6:24 PM
A Lafayette man is asking for your help raising money for a mission in Haiti. He says another Lafayette native, Megan Boudreaux, inspired him. Two years ago, Boudreaux volunteered in Haiti to help in the aftermath of the catastrophic earthquake that claimed thousands of lives. She returned last year to... more »
November 12, 2012 7:47 AM
Every year there are dozens of families questioning how they will put food on the table, especially around the holidays.
One Acadiana group is working to ease the holiday stress; the social group Unjudgeable Divas and Gents spent Sunday afternoon handing out more than a half dozen thanksgiving baskets... more »
November 8, 2012 10:48 PM
A Leonville business burns to the ground; police say it could be arson and politically motivated.
That fire happened early Wednesday morning. The flames broke out just hours after election results came in adding fuel to the fire that it was politically motivated.
"It was completely down by... more »
November 6, 2012 7:04 PM
An Acadiana woman is making sure everyone in her community exercises their right to vote.
Delores Handy, better known as Mrs. Dee is armed with her candy red pick-up truck and her megaphone.
"Let's clear the road, we've got some voters coming in," said Mrs. Dee through her... more »
November 5, 2012 7:32 PM
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Across the state, polls will open at six am and close at 8pm.
Since it's a presidential election and there's a heated congressional race, lines are expected to be longer than normal. So, what happens if there is a long line when... more »
November 1, 2012 10:14 AM
A longtime Acadiana businessman and owner of several car dealerships loses his battle with cancer.
Adrian Vega was 63 years old. KATC's Chris Welty spoke with those who knew him best and has more on his legacy.
Adrian Vega was born in Havana, Cuba to a wealthy family... more »
October 28, 2012 8:53 PM
Within the past month, State Police have investigated two fatal accidents in Acadiana involving police officers.
In Morgan City, investigators say Saint Mary deputies were chasing a car driven by a Morgan City man who was wanted in a drug investigation. Troopers say the man crashed into another vehicle,... more »