Police blockades went up early Wednesday morning around a sizeable chunk of Lafayette — including the areas surrounding Girard Park and the UL campus — after the discovery of two suspicious, bomb-like, devices.

poli signsThe Lafayette City-Parish Council Tuesday delayed a finalization vote on amending the zoning ordinance for political signs, deferring the matter to give consolidated government’s legal and zoning departments time to further study the issue and offer a solution that won’t gut the current ordinance.

R. Jarvis Fortier Sr. was a longtime fixture among Acadiana’s automotive community, spending 69 years with Hub City Ford, where he made a name for himself with catchy advertising and by helping make the dealership one of the most successful in the region.


With one challenger already in campaign mode, 15th Judicial District Judge Susan Theall will be formally launching her bid for re-election next week.

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After two unsuccessful bids for the District 3 seat on the Lafayette Parish School Board, Elroy Broussard has decided to run again, announcing a run against school board member Shelton Cobb.

KATCThe Lafayette ABC affiliate dominated in its weight class, bringing home 28 awards including the coveted “Best Newscast” trophy.

A memorial ride is being held Sunday in memory of cyclist Lon Lomas, who was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver early Monday.


KLFY TV10’s longtime anchor and investigative reporter Chuck Huebner has responded to his recent termination from the station, confirming that his departure was a long time coming.

Despite the bizarre fake handgun incident that ultimately led to his resignation, former Lafayette Regional Airport Aviation Director Greg Roberts will escape prosecution.

The Lafayette Police Department setup a roadblock in Freetown this afternoon after a body was discovered inside a nearby antique shop.

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