Breaux Bridge Woman Arrested On Felony Theft Charges
During the course of the investigation, St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office Investigators gathered information that indicated that the employee, who was identified as 44-year-old Casie Lynn Breaux, had stolen over $400,000 from the company over a period of time by attempting to manipulate the…
Student Loans to be Forgiven for Disabled Veterans
In a presidential memorandum signed this afternoon, President Donald Trump moved to eliminate unnecessary paperwork burdens and ensure that all eligible disabled veterans can receive automatic discharges.
Court: Electoral College Members Not Bound By Popular Vote
A U.S. appeals court in Denver said Electoral College members can vote for the presidential candidate of their choice and aren't bound by the popular vote in their states.
Sugar Jam Fall Concert Series Kicks off This Weekend
This week's event will be dedicated to zydeco musician and Sugar Jam performer Major Handy, who experienced a devastating house fire on August 17th
Exclusive: Lafayette Native Launches Food App For Testing
ESA Grad and Emory University Student wants Lafayette to get the first look at the new app.
First Cases Of West Nile Virus Of 2019 Diagnosed
The state’s first human cases of West Nile Virus of the year have been reported by the Department of Health.
Former Blanco Press Secretary Remembers Her As Faithful, Kind
She got to witness history as Blanco led the state through the earliest days of recovery.
Funeral Services Announced For Kathleen Blanco
There will be multiple events to honor the life of Former Governor Blanco.
Saints Overcome 1st Half Woes To Defeat The Chargers
While it wasn't all sunshine for the Saints throughout the game, they were able to come away with the victory as they defeated the Chargers 19-17.
VPSB Votes To Not Suspend President & Vice President
The Vermilion Parish School Board President and Vice President will remain in their positions despite motions to remove them at last night's board meeting.
Edwards Seeks More Disaster Relief For Louisiana After Barry
Gov. John Bel Edwards says he's asked President Donald Trump to declare a major disaster for Louisiana after Hurricane Barry.
LPSS Unanimously Passes Resolutions on LGBTQ Bullying
Board member Erick Knezek proposed the resolutions.
Report: Facebook Contractors Paid To Transcribe User Videos
It's the latest news that has led to user questions about privacy.
Man Arrested At NOLA Airport For Kicking TSA Bomb Sniffing Dog
A North Carolina man is hauled away in handcuffs and is facing animal cruelty charges this morning.
Political Signs Blossom Across The Acadiana Landscape
This year's crop of political signs appears to be a bountiful one. But are those signs in the right place at the right time?