St. Martinville man arrested for setting fire to house with people insideKLFY News 105 HOURS AGO
Haunting image surfaces after Cameron Robbins jumped off ship into ‘shark-infested’ waterNew York Post1 DAY AGO
Anonymous New Iberia Arby’s Employee Shares Photos From Inside Freezer as Lawsuit Reveals Chilling Details999ktdy.com1 DAY AGO
Thomas Rhett is bringing his Home Team Tour 23 to LafayetteTina HowellNewsBreak Contributor
The 35th Annual Cajun Heartland State Fair is this weekend in LafayetteTina HowellNewsBreak Contributor
Lady Cajuns Softball beats LSU twice to advance to the Super Regional.Mr.DugasNewsBreak Contributor
LCA Superstar Jujuan Johnson commits to LSU.Mr.DugasNewsBreak Contributor
Pennsylvania Sears Permanently ClosingJoel EisenbergNewsBreak Contributor
St. Martinville man arrested for setting fire to house with people inside
The State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFM) arrested a St. Martinville man for allegedly setting fire to a house with two people sleeping inside.
Anonymous New Iberia Arby’s Employee Shares Photos From Inside Freezer as Lawsuit Reveals Chilling Details
The family of Nguyet Le, a 63-year-old Texas woman who was discovered dead inside an Arby's freezer in New Iberia, has taken legal action against Turbo Restaurants, LLC; Sun Holdings, Inc.; Arby's Restaurant Group, Inc.; Arby's, Inc.; and Inspire Brands, Inc. According to our media partners at KATC, the family...
Scott Police Department seeking help finding suspects allegedly involved in theft
The Scott Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying two suspects involved in a theft at a local business
Celebrating African American Musical Legends from Lafayette, Louisiana
June is African American Music Appreciation Month, a time to celebrate the musical accomplishments of Black Americans. Louisiana has a strong connection to the musical legacy of the country, including traditional gospel and bounce music. Lafayette is home to significant talent that creates unique styles found only in the area. The following are some of the talented musicians from Lafayette:
Lafayette Consolidated Government files lawsuit against real estate property
Lafayette Consolidated Government is filing a lawsuit against Icon Valuations Group L.L.C. after LCG reportedly overpaid for a real estate property appraised by them.
Tracking Few Local Storms and Tropical Activity in Gulf
Once again, scattered showers and thunderstorms fired up this afternoon across portions of Acadiana, including Lafayette. Lingering showers and storms will hang around as they slowly drift to the south and west this evening before dissipating later tonight, but a few more will be possible to the southeast of the Hub City early this evening.
Moncus Park announces free summer event schedule
Today Moncus Park announced its upcoming schedule of event programming for this summer.
Escaped Inmate Called KLFY News 10 While He Was Still on the Run to Tell ‘His Side of the Story’
Jody Thomas Thrasher, a 47-year-old man who had been on the run since Sunday after escaping from Evangeline Parish Jail, reached out to KLFY News 10 to "tell his side of the story." Thrasher was ultimately arrested by Lake Charles authorities on Tuesday evening, but let's rewind and look at...
Texas family files lawsuit after woman found dead in Arby’s restaurant freezer
HOUSTON – A Texas family is suing Arby’s after their 63-year-old relative died when she was trapped in a freezer at a Louisiana restaurant. Nguyet Le, from Houston, was found dead during regular business hours on May 11 at the restaurant in New Iberia, Louisiana, where she worked as a temporary general manager, according to KPRC, KSAT’s sister station.
Smitty’s Wings restaurant announces closing indefinitely
Local restaurant, Smitty's Wings, announced yesterday that they will be closing indefinitely after this Friday.
LAWN CLIPPINGS DON’T BELONG IN STREETS OR STORM DRAINS
LAWN CLIPPINGS DON’T BELONG IN STREETS OR STORM DRAINS. Lafayette, LA – With summer in full swing, more people are mowing their lawns and throwing grass clippings into the street. Clippings blown down drains or left to sit in the street impedes stormwater flow, can harm aquatic life, and is a danger to motorcyclists.
Lafayette has unlocked hundreds of adjudicated properties. But hundreds more remain.
Abandoned properties have piled up on LaSalle Street in Lafayette’s La Place neighborhood for years, causing blight and prompting demolitions. All 13 lots in the 100 block of LaSalle have been or are currently adjudicated, a class of tax delinquency unique to Louisiana that leaves properties virtually untouchable for years.
Join us for an Intimate and Personalized Experience with Lafayette Small Group of 12 this Weekend!
🎉 Hey there, my dearest event enthusiasts! Are you ready for an exciting weekend ahead? I've got something awesome to share with you! 🎉. 🗓️ On Sunday, June 4th, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Lafayette Small Group of 12 is back in town! 🎉
No. 1 Player in Louisiana, Dominick McKinley, Includes LSU in Top Six
Tigers make the cut as McKinley locks in on making his college decision, will battle elite group of programs.
UPDATE ON MILLS STREET ROAD CLOSURE
Lafayette, LA – Due to additional work needed on Mills Street just north of Benoit Road, the roadway will now be closed until June 16. Crews are replacing drainage infrastructure under Mills Street as part of the localized drainage improvements along Bayou Carencro Lateral 9A. Detour routes are available and local access maintained.
Over 40 employers to be at Broussard job fair Tuesday; see event details
The Broussard Community Job Fair will be 9 a.m.-noon Tuesday at Broussard Middle School, 1325 S. Morgan Ave. The event is being put on by the Broussard Chamber of Commerce, the Broussard Economic Development Corporation and the city of Broussard. Job-seekers will be able to meet with over 40 local businesses who are seeking full- and part-time workers for sales, food service, manufacturing, hospitality, health care and other industries, said Broussard chamber director Stacy Romero.
OFFICIAL START OF HURRICANE SEASON, PREPARE NOW TO AVOID LAST-MINUTE PREPARATIONS
OFFICIAL START OF HURRICANE SEASON, PREPARE NOW TO AVOID LAST-MINUTE PREPARATIONS. Lafayette, LA – Hurricane season has officially started. Compared to the past three years’. above- normal season, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts a 40 percent chance of a near-normal 2023 season. The best time to prepare...
This seafood restaurant near the Acadiana Mall has closed after two years
Red Anchor Seafood, which opened about two years ago near the Acadiana Mall, has closed. It’s unknown exactly when the restaurant at 5621 Johnston St. closed. It last posted to social media was over a month ago. The eatery was in the space that formerly housed Sunny’s Rice &...
Modeled After Neighborhood Butcher Shops in Lafayette, Evan’s Meat Market is an Authentic Taste of Louisiana in Dallas
Evan Meagher, owner of Evan's Meat Market (Photo by Jacob Carroll) Carnivores, rejoice. Dallas has a new butcher-shop concept: Evan’s Meat Market in The Shops of Highland Park. When you encounter a glorious cut of filet in the juiciest hues of blood red, your mind can’t help but wander to firing up your Viking grill and popping open a 2000 Lafite Rothschild for a decadent night in.
UPDATE: Police search for Lafayette bank robber
Police are investigating a bank robbery in Lafayette. It happened at First Horizon Bank 2601 Moss St, Lafayette around 9 a.m. KLFY news is told that the suspect did escape the scene with an undisclosed amount of money.
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