A massive storm system stretching from all the way down here in the Gulf, north to the Great Lakes leaves 38 people dead across five states.
The past 24 hours have been filled with destructive, deadly weather for much of the country. Luckily we were spared here in Acadiana,... more »
Acadiana residents are reaching out to a struggling African country.
Eric Wowoh lived in refugee camp for 14 years. He said, "I went through torture, beating and was forced to leave the country as a refugee into foreign countries were I spent half my youthful days."
Wowoh was... more »
On January 14th an electrical fire claimed Debbie Loignon's Abbeville home and just days later her husband, Joseph Loignon died from heart complications. Loignon and her family are now living with a relative, and her husband's body is still at the Vermilion Parish Morgue. She says after the fire destroyed... more »
Today you can donate to a family who lost everything.
You can donate from 12:00 until 2:00 at Edgar Martin for the Clark/Zavala Family. Donations of food and clothes are needed and Christmas gifts for children ages: boy 7 years, old, girls ages 10 and 11, gift cards and... more »
Second Harvest Food Bank is asking for your support to help thousands affected by the crude disaster.
The food bank estimates more than 47-thousand households may eventually need assistance because of the disaster. If you'd like to help, you can drop off non-perishable canned goods at 215 West Pinhook... more »
Tomorrow night, The Shed in Scott won't just be a restaurant, instead it'll be a place where you can hear from oil spill exerts in the community and be entertained by local musicians for free.
Frank Fonnier, an Owner of The Shed, "We are getting people that are... more »