Lafayette General honored a Lafayette woman with the Making a Difference award for going above and beyond, giving life saving CPR to a jogger who had collapsed. Monday, January 9th started as any other day for Gary Dodson. He went to work and then around 11:30 went home for lunch... more »
More parents, teachers, and students are aware of bullying after a free workshop this weekend.
Rosalind Wiseman was the guest speaker at a bullying awareness session at N.P. Moss Middle School on Saturday. Her book was the inspiration for the movie "Mean Girls." The event was hosted by the... more »
In the wake of last week's deadly school bus crash in St. Landry Parish, some in Port Barre are questioning why a school bus was even making stops on busy Highway 190 in the first place.
"This is a major highway, and I do not think that buses should... more »
KATC has teamed up with The Family Tree and Acadian Open Channel (AOC) for a one of a kind campaign in Acadiana: "Bullying Stops With Me!"
"Bullying Stops With Me is a campaign aimed at stopping bullying in our community," said Dr. Dena Moore, CEO of The Family Tree.... more »
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The government's point man for the Gulf spill plans to meet with coastal parish officials Thursday to talk about what's next now that the oil has stopped flowing. Retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen said crews are having trouble finding patches of the crude that had... more »
ROBERT, La. (AP) - The chief executive of BP PLC says it will be about 48 hours before they know if pumping heavy mud into a blown-out well is successful in stopping the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill. CEO Tony Hayward said that his confidence level in the well-plugging... more »
The Bayou Vista truck stop is buzzing after a lottery ticket sold there turned up a winner. Someone picked the right numbers in Wednesday's lotto drawing and won a half million dollars. The numbers, three, eight, twenty, twenty-eight, twenty-nine and thirty. The convenience store where the ticket was sold is... more »