Tonight, the New Iberia Police Department and City of New Iberia will release crime statistics for their first year back on patrol. KATC’s Abby Breidenbach was LIVE with more on the meeting
The City of Jeanerette has a new mayor this evening.
On Saturday morning, the city of New Iberia changed the name of Shot St. to Velma Lee Lane in honor of the late Velma
On Friday, July 5, 2019, between 9:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m., the New Iberia Police Department will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint within the corp
Iberia Parish Government officials broke ground today on the Iberia Parish 911 and Emergency Operations Center. According to Parish President M. Larry Richard, the project
The Iberia Parish Council will meet Wednesday, June 26 to be briefed on the 2018 fiscal audit and for discussions on the road to the new Belle Place Elementary School.
NEW IBERIA, La. – New Iberia Police have terminated an officer who was arrested. Letroy Johnson was arrested Monday on domestic abuse battery by strangulation
UPDATE: A New Iberia woman has been booked in connection with a shooting on Twenty Arpent Road. Daeshia Meeks was arrested and booked with aggravated
BATON ROUGE–The statewide outbreak of Hepatitis A continues to grow. According to the Louisiana Department of Health, more than 302 cases have been reported in
A California woman injured in a June 2 crash has died, State Police say. Troopers were called to the crash on La. 674 near Blanchard
As the summer heats up, so do mosquitoes.
“We live in a subtropical habitat, therefore we live in their home.” Iberia Parish Moquito Control Executive Director, Herff Jones said.
New Iberia will be celebrating the Fourth of July by showcasing local veterans. “It’s finally recognition of something we’ve done for the community our
NEW IBERIA, La. – The City of New Iberia will host a town hall meeting at the Sliman Theatre Monday, July 1 at 6 :00
A woman working for the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office as a baliff has been arrested for domestic violence. She has been terminated, a spokesman for
This week’s What’s Your Story took us to Iberia Parish, where we talked to a man who says he found his way to Acadiana through baseball and God.