UL Lafayette Athletics says that head baseball coach Tony Robichaux, who suffered a heart attack Sunday night, will continue his post-surgery recovery efforts at Oschner Health Center in New Orleans.
What started out as a friendly competition between siblings, turned into a passion for one young man. Miles Santiago tells Katie Lopez that life guarding has become his dream job, and a chance to make a difference.
The Special Olympics Louisiana – Acadiana Area will be having their first trivia night fundraiser in July.
LAFAYETTE, La. – More than twenty people who worked for Waitr in Lafayette are without a job. Eric Murnane and his wife were apart
All lanes of I-10 East are now open and traffic is moving following a crash just past I-49. Earlier this evening, DOTD reported that the
Parking issues continue in Downtown Lafayette since the closure of the Buchanan Street Parking Garage.
One Acadiana hosted a luncheon with representatives of the local area. The luncheon focused on a recap of the 2019 Legislative session and where projects
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality’s Criminal Investigation Section has charged multiple individuals within the past month for the illegal disposal of waste tires and
A popular food delivery service has laid off a number of employees.
As fireworks stands pop up in preparation of Fourth of July celebrations, Lafayette Consolidated Government reminds citizens of local fireworks laws and regulations and urges
Lafayette Consolidated Government announced there will be no changes to the residential waste collection schedule on Independence Day in Lafayette Parish. Republic Services will run
LAFAYETTE – Suspended Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope has asked the court to set bail so he can remain free during his appeals. On June
New York Magazine posted a story today about the Knight Oil scandal that dragged a family dispute over money into criminal court and crippled the
LAFAYETTE – Louisiana Athletics will roll out a new fan-friendly concessions menu for the 2019-20 Ragin’ Cajuns athletic calendar, highlighted by hot dogs, popcorn and potato chips
This summer, students at St. Thomas More High School will have a chance to learn all about the broadcast industry at “Broadcast Camp.”