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A local attorney to subpoena records of priests within the Diocese of Lafayette. [Read More]
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A boil water advisory for some Plaisance Water System customers. [Read More]
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Baton Rouge school employees prepare for larger paycheck. [Read More]
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St. Martinville resident Theresa Pickney says her life is what she wants it to be. [Read More]
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LCG Councilman Kenneth Boudreaux says issued statement is not an apology. [Read More]
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United States Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke toured Acadiana Park in Lafayette. [Read More]
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The state prepares to issue insurance rebate funds to fire departments. [Read More]
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State Representative Nancy Landry proposes a teachers' pay increase to conform with the southern regional average. [Read More]
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Acadiana power companies willing to help the east coast if needed. [Read More]
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Acadiana first responders pay tribute to the victims of the 9/11 attacks. [Read More]
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Carencro firefighters turn old fire hoses into door jamming devices thant can be used at area schools. [Read More]
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After many life lesson and the journey of living to be 90 years old, Ardoin said she wants to remind others that you only have... [Read More]
LPSS board votes on proposal to give a $2,000 increase to contract bus drivers' supplemental operational pay. [Read More]
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Opelousas police department sandbag location. [Read More]
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Pauline Taylor says she doesn't feel any different being 99 years old. [Read More]
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Former Lafayette SMILE board member John Billiot says he's a victim of racial discrimination. Billiot accuses several board members of using vulgar language and racial... [Read More]
UPDATE: SMILE members John Billiot , Wallace Ozenne and Africa Arceneaux have been voted out. [Read More]
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A vote is expected that could remove several SMILE Community Action Agency board members on Monday. [Read More]
Marie Butler Moses said she's proud of where she's been and excited about where she's going. [Read More]
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Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin says the contract to replace 10,000 voting machines with upgraded equipment has been awarded. [Read More]
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