What started out as a hobby and a way to escape the everyday trials of life became so much more for comic shop owner Jeff LaJaunie. Daniel Phillips learns more in this week’s What’s Your Story.
One Church of Acadiana will be hosting a blood drive for Camden.
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.
This summer, students at St. Thomas More High School will have a chance to learn all about the broadcast industry at “Broadcast Camp.”
Red Bird Ministries is a grief support ministry that supports families who have experienced the loss of a child of any age.
St. Landry Crime Stoppers is asking for help from the public solving a shooting of an Opelousas man in the Eunice area. On December 14,
Alice Boucher Elementary is one of eight Lafayette schools being shown some love for this year’s “Love Our Schools” initiative. Scott Brazda finds out what work volunteers will get done on July 13.
The city of Broussard is hosting its annual Independence Day Festival on Saturday, June 29th at St. Julien Park.
Acadia Crime Stoppers needs help from the public locating Curtis E. Guidry. On May 23, Guidry allegedly fired several rounds at a vehicle on Martin
Thank you, Acadiana for another amazing year of support for the St. Jude Dream Home Project!
Healing House’s Ultimate Martini Tour and Gala fundraiser has returned. Today’s signature martini is presented by Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar.
This week’s app is called Plant Nanny but you don’t have to have a green thumb to use it. It’s actually not about plants at
Acadiana Animal Aid is reminding the community that work never ends to help rescue and re-home thousands of area pets.
Season tickets for the 35th anniversary year of the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra are now on sale!