It never gets old when companies announce they'll locate or expand in or around Lafayette.
Visitor parking at Lafayette General Medical Center will move to the hospital's parking garage on Coolidge Street effective June 1, hospital officials said, and vehicles will only be allowed to access the emergency department from Hospital Drive.
The scholarship program is in it's 4th year and so far has awarded over $155,000 in scholarship money.
Roughly 1500 people packed the Lafayette Convention Center to honor Acadian Ambulance Service paramedics.
The city-owned LUS Fiber telecommunications service has more than 14,000 subscribers, city-parish officials announced Tuesday in the first release of customer numbers since the fiber-optic service launched in 2009.
Drivers have until June 30 to pay thousands of delinquent traffic camera and parking tickets without late penalties before the start of proposed stricter collection policy.
The Lafayette Consolidated Council approved the 30-Day Amnesty Program. The program gives a break to delinquent traffic ticket holders.
On May 19, 2013, at approximately 10:20 pm, Lafayette Police responded to the intersection of South Orange and 8th Street regarding gunfire.
NEW LEADERSHIP TEAM for the Sisters of Mount Carmel include, from left, Sisters Paula Derise, Kathy Farrelly, Lawrence Habetz , Mary Ellen Wheelahan, and Sheila Undang .
The staff at Ovey Comeaux High School arrived on campus to find that it had been vandalized over the weekend.
It's been a year since the disappearance of Mickey Shunick, her body has since been found, her killer Brandon Scott Lavergne has been put away and lessons from her search have been learned.
The weather was perfect Saturday for the first edition of the drive-in theater put on by Downtown Lafayette.
The Mercy Brothers are topping the charts in Europe, made a Grammy ballot, they've played Jazz Fest, Festival International de Louisiane and SXSW.
For some of the 260 graduates from the Moody school of business Saturday afternoon came and went in the blink of an eye.
The Louisiana State Police said 45-year-old Richard "Ricky" Rees was riding a 2013 Harley Davidson on Saturday afternoon when he lost control of the bike on a sharp curve and landed in a ditch.