Louisiana’s University Campuses Go Smoke-Free
The state legislature in 2013 passed a law requiring all public institutions of higher education to go smoke-free by Aug. 1, 2014.
With Storms On The Way, Lafayette Opens Two Self-Serve Sandbag Locations
Residents are asked to take no more than 20 bags per household.
UL Lafayette Back To Normal Thursday After Wednesday’s Lockdown
UL Lafayette officials say the school is back to normal now after the investigation into a suspicious package found that the device was not dangerous.
UPDATE: 8-Year-Old Who Ran Away From Girard Park Found Safe
He had been missing since 10 a.m. after leaving his summer camp program at Girard Park.
UPDATE: Police Arrest Murder Suspect Who Abducted Three Children In Texas
Forty-three-year-old Pedro Alberto Monterroso-Navas (pictured), who walks with a limp, was last seen wearing black pants and a blue shirt.
Thibodaux Police Officer Locks Himself In Heated Car To Prove A Point
The Department posted the video on YouTube, and a day later it had over 30,000 views.
Mixed Opinions Surround Michael Vick Comedy Show
Local animal rights activists plan to protest the event, while another group is holding a "Forgiveness Rally."
UPDATE — Slain Vermilion Parish Deputy Identified; Arrests Made
Louisiana State Police will hold a press conference in Abbeville at 1 p.m. to discuss the shooting and the events surrounding it.
‘Daily Show’ Features Louisiana Legislators Discussing Legalizing Chicken Boxing
'The Daily Show' correspondent visits with Louisiana state senators to discuss the possibility of legalizing 'chicken boxing' and what makes it different from cock fighting.
More Than 300 Soldiers Returning To Louisiana
The two companies served for 10 months on active duty in Kuwait.