Trump says he'll nominate Barr for attorney general
President Donald Trump said Friday he will nominate William Barr, the late President George H.W. Bush's attorney general, to serve in the same role.
Trump names State spokeswoman Nauert for UN ambassador
President Donald Trump announced Friday he's nominating State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
We Can't Stop Laughing At This 'Cajun 12 Days Of Christmas'
We love a good local take on any classic and this one is hilarious.
Carnival Chooses 'Mardi Gras' For Its New Largest Ship
Carnival Cruise Lines is taking some inspiration from the Bayou State for the name of its new ship.
Lafayette Police Chief Comes Out Against Sheriff's Tax Proposal
Count Lafayette Chief of Police Toby Aguillard as a "No" vote on Saturday for the half cent sales tax proposal placed on the ballot by Lafayette Parish Sheriff Mark Garber.
Flood Watches Posted For Acadiana This Weekend
The weekend won't be a total washout but your holiday plans on Saturday might have to be adjusted.
Is This Louisiana's Tallest Christmas Tree?
Santa might have to fly a little higher to get over this 46 foot fully decorated cypress tree.
Day One, LCA and Notre Dame Power Their Way to State Titles
On day one of the local area, Acadiana teams in the 2018 LHSAA State Championship games Lafayette Christian Academy and Notre Dame came out on top.
Christmas at Coteau is December 7 & 8
The annual Christmas at Coteau holiday event will take place Dec 7 & 8 at the Schools of the Sacred Heart in Grand Coteau.
Gap, Banana Republic In Acadiana Mall Could Be Closing Soon
This may be the last holiday season for two staples in the Acadiana Mall.
New to Netflix for December 2018
Christmas is coming early for Netflix Subscribers with this month's lineup of new content.
The Street Art of New Orleans
I know that any resident of Louisiana has been to New Orleans several times. I like going, too, but I've never seen some of the graffiti that I discovered today.
Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office Daily Arrest Report
Just over a dozen people were booked into the jail in the last 24 hours.
Additional $280M issued in BP oil spill restoration grants
Four Gulf states are getting an additional $280 million in restoration grants from the BP oil spill of 2010.
Judge: Ejecting teacher from school board meeting broke law
A judge says a school board violated Louisiana's open-meetings law by ejecting a teacher who spoke out against giving the superintendent a $30,000 raise.
Rep. Abraham says farm bill has hit major stumbling block
Work continues during the lame duck session of Congress on approving a new Farm Bill, but work requirements for food stamp recipients continue to be a major stumbling block.
Exotic dancing now limited to those over 21
Louisiana ATC can now enforce a law barring anyone under the age of 21 from working as an erotic dancer in bars and nightclubs.
Cost of Thanksgiving dinner much cheaper in La. than national avg
The American Farm Bureau reports the average cost for Thanksgiving dinner has gone down the past three years.
Butterfly Effect Project Gears Up for Free Dress Event
Dinner, dates, dancing--these are just some of the things that a high school senior might need for a prom night to remember. But, before the promposals, before the planning, before the hair, the makeup, the jewelry; a high school girl needs a dress.
Todd Starnes' Daily Show Coming To Lafayette Airwaves
Starnes will fill the time slot long held by Laura Ingraham on TalkRadio960.