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An Opelousas man was arrested on Tuesday by St. Landry Parish Sheriff's deputies after an altercation he had with a female victim.
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It is National Library Week and the Opelousas Public Library is celebrating with a book sale.
Legislation aimed at erasing a backlog of students wanting to get into language immersion classes is headed to the Senate for debate.
An Opelousas man was sentenced on Friday by U.S. District Judge Elizabeth Foote to 24 years in prison and five years of supervised release in the assault and robbery of a U.S. Postal Service mail carrier.
Darrell Reed, 21, 515 East Street, Opelousas 1)Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile 2)Contributing to the Delinquency of a Juvenile The Opelousas Police Department responded to 260 complaints during the past 72 hour period.
Today will feature a free car show and Easter egg hunt at the Fern Street Park in Opelousas.
Louisiana is a unique state -- and that is exactly the way we like it. We pride ourselves in being just a little bit different from every other state.
The Opelousas Elderly Awareness Seminar will return April 30, with music and information for local seniors.
A former Opelousas child psychiatrist was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison Friday on child pornography charges that arose after his release from serving an earlier 10-year sentence in a separate pornography case.
Future programs will be held Aug. 9 and Nov. 8. Call 337-948-2064 for more information.
Does a ghost live in south Opelousas? Jane Sandoz doesn't want to say, but she is certain something very unusual is going on in her family's ancestral home.
"The Apple," a comedy about art and perception, will run tonight through Sunday at the Delta Grand Theatre in downtown Opelousas.
Court Appointed Special Advocate representative Betty Chavis hands out balloons during CASA's third annual balloon launch held Thursday at Family Services.
The Opelousas City Council, after at least six months of discussion, introduced another motion to reduce the annual salaries of its the mayor and council members.