Federal prosecutors have filed pictures and other evidence related to the case against the accused church arsonist, records show. Holden Matthews, the 21-year-old son of
A Crowley father and daughter are facing attempted manslaughter and hate crime charges following a fight Sunday afternoon involving the daughter’s boyfriend.
One woman is demanding answers after her sister died while in the care of an Alexandria group home. KATC’s Chris Welty has more with the family.
Suspended City Marshal Brian Pope will serve one year in the parish jail for his malfeasance convictions. On Wednesday, Pope was sentenced to three years
Recall efforts are underway to remove Arnaudville Police Chief Eddy LeCompte from office.
The man shot by Jeanerette city marshals last week is in jail today; he’s also awaiting trial in the Howard Poche case. Jeffery Lee Marks, 25,
An Iberia Parish jury has found Iberia Parish Clerk of Court Michael Thibodeaux guilty on all 14 counts against him. The jury was in deliberation
The latest audit has been released for the Lafayette Marshal’s Office, which spans November 2017 to November 2018. It gives a clearer picture of how
In 2016, a Lafayette man went to Louisiana State Police alleging sexual misconduct by Fr. Albert Gayle Nunez when he was a child. The man
Suspended Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope has entered a written plea of not guilty yet again ahead of his arraignment on Tuesday for his most
When the Diocese of Lafayette released its list of accused priests last week, 11 of the 37 members of clergy had never been publicly accused. Among them is the Rev. John de Leeuw, who made arrangements to defend himself in death.
Formal charges have been filed against the man accused of burning three African-American churches. Holden Matthews, the 21-year-old white son of a St. Landry Parish
Fifteen years after acknowledging it exists, and months after promising its release, the Diocese of Lafayette still has not released a list of priests who
Corey Jackson, the former state trooper and last participant in the Knight Oil Tools scandal, was sentenced in Lafayette Parish Wednesday for committing felony malfeasance
Suspended Lafayette City Marshal Brian Pope appeared for his sentencing hearing for felony malfeasance and perjury charges Wednesday at the Lafayette Parish Courthouse, however his