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Lafayette, LA On March 3, 2014, at approximately 4:20 am, Lafayette Police were called to the 100 block of West Gloria Switch Road regarding an Armed Robbery of a convenience store.
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A 67-year-old Texas man has been found was found guilty by a federal jury in Lafayette, La., of attempting to entice a minor to engage in criminal sexual activity.
One of WAFB's news anchors will be speaking at a local business gala this weekend for entrepreneurs and business owners.
In partnership with the Audubon Nature Institute, GRFA selected the top art submissions from Louisiana high school juniors and seniors who will share $50,000 in college scholarship.
The biology professor is exploring ways plants sense and react to gravity by studying how directional forces affect their growth in a nearly weightless environment.
Legislation filed this session would give a 2 percent raise every year to employees of the Lafayette Police Department as long as local sales tax collections are healthy - a proposed state-mandated budget expense that has caught some city-parish officials off guard.
Directional Rentals Inc., a Houston-based manufacturer and provider of drilling tools for the onshore and offshore oil and gas industry, has taken up a new strategy and a new name.
An explosion leveled two buildings Wednesday morning in East Harlem, sending flames and smoke billowing into the air, killing at least two people and injuring more than a dozen others, CBS New York reports Mayor Bill de Blasio said there are a "number" of people missing.
Lafayette parents now have until March 31 to sign their children up for new charter schools set to open in August.
Iberia Parish sheriff's deputies are searching for a suspect in the fatal shooting Tuesday of a 24-year-old man New Iberia man Uriah Joseph, of 1734 Jennifer St., New Iberia, was shot multiple times about 1 p.m. near Sam and Ann streets, according to Lt.
A typical Sunday night on the campus of UL Lafayette turned scary for one student after being shot at randomly.
Advocate staff photo by BRYAN TUCK -- From left, Kelly Reed, Taruna El-Shabazz of Imani Temple, Lisa Aubrey, Reverend Raymond Brown of National Action Now and Lafayette Chapter of the NAACP President Margie Broussard hold a press conference in front of the Iberia Parish Courthouse Tuesday in New Iberia.
"People often say to me 'What do you old geezers do all day? Why, I'll bet you don't even know what day it is!' says Fritz McCameron.
Trooper Stephen Hammons appears on GMA each and every Tuesday morning to answer all your questions.
In this "Spirit of Acadiana" Scott Brazda shows how one bead recycling program give some special people a sense of purpose.
The Louisiana Board of Ethics is seeking $1.5 million in fines against Greg Gachassin, the Lafayette man who earned more than $1 million as a developer and consultant on low-income housing projects initiated while he was chairman of a trust involved in the projects.