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Flu Clinics Scheduled Tomorrow Across Louisiana
Contact your local public health department unit if you have questions.
Man Flees Down Ambassador Caffery
The man was last seen driving down Ambassador Caffery near Chemin Metairie Road.
Murder Rate Cut In Half In Lafayette
He says the officer and residents coming together to end violence is why the numbers have plummeted.
Edwards Responds To New Addition To The Governor’s Race
The Governor's Office issued his official statement to media this morning.
A Portion Of Youngsville Highway Is Closed
There is no word on how long the closure will last.
All Lanes Of Interstate Ten Are Open After Crash
The crash is affecting traffic on the westbound side of I-10.
State Fire Marshal’s Office Mourns The Passing Of K-9 Officer
Barry served two tours of duty overseas.
Boil Advisory For St. Martinville
This goes into effect when water is shut off tonight at 11 o'clock.
UPDATE: I-10 Is Now Open
There is no word yet on how long that section of roadway will be closed.
“Why Louisiana Stays Poor”
The video will be released at noon today.