Posted 8:17 AM 11/28/2013 by AP
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - The LSU AgCenter will have more than 1,000 poinsettia plants for sale the morning of Dec. 6. The plants cost $6 to $8, depending on size. The sale supports research at the Botanic Gardens at Burden. Director Jeff Kuehny says people attending the (More)...
Posted 5:28 PM 11/27/2013 by Akeam Ashford
Litter continues to be a problem along a stretch of Ambassador Caffery, as you enter Lafayette from I-10.
Two weeks ago, viewers reached out to us, saying public property along the stretch of road was being neglected.
After KATC'S report aired, the area was cleaned up, but the trash (More)...
Posted 9:50 PM 11/26/2013 by Akeam Ashford
After more than four decades of foster care services, the Acadiana Youth, Inc. program will have to close its doors.
In 1974, the Acadiana Shelter for Girls opened, then the Children Shelter, and in 1997, Maison De Mere opened.
Recent state budget cuts have hurt the organization (More)...
Posted 6:38 PM 11/25/2013 by Akeam Ashford
St. Landry parish leaders are making a new push in hope of forming a parish-wide library system.
It's the only parish in the state without a unified system.
Fifty years ago voters rejected a parish-wide library system, according to Opelousas mayor Don Cravins.
It would have (More)...
Posted 10:53 PM 11/21/2013 by Daniel Phillips
As the sugar cane harvest continues here in Acadiana the plumes of smoke drifting over the fields are easy to find, and a sign that doctors will soon start seeing patients coming in complaining about the burning.
Dr. Bradley Chasant, a local ear, nose, and throat doctor says it is a time (More)...