Renee Allen, KLFY NEWS 10

Renee Allen


Lafayette, LA, United States

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Past articles by Renee:

Louisiana education board looks for solutions to support educators, reverse teacher shortages

According to a report by the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, nearly 7,000 educators left their classrooms in Louisiana last year. → Read More

Lafayette City Marshal wants more communication after office along with city court could be moved

Lafayette City Marshal, Reggie Thomas says there has to be more communication; that’s after hearing his office along with city court could be moved to somewhere else. → Read More

Abbeville police respond to suspected shooting Friday night

The Abbeville Police Department (APD) is investigating a shooting that occurred last night. → Read More

St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office escaped inmate captured in Baker

An inmate who escaped custody from the St. Landry Parish Courthouse has been recaptured, according to the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office (SLPSO) → Read More

90 Plus: Former Rayne police officer Earl Guidry hits 100 years old

In Rayne, former police officer Earl Guidry has reached the age of 100 years old. → Read More

Audit: LPSS not performing background checks, salaries inaccurately calculated

The Lafayette Parish School System (LPSS) has several issues related to policies and procedures, recordkeeping, and documentation, according to the Louisiana Legislative Auditor. → Read More

LPSB newly approved re-apportionment plan impacts some school boundary lines

There are changes for some voters when it comes to electing a Lafayette Parish School board member. → Read More

4 corners residents upset with plans for proposed new gas station

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) Some residents disagree with a proposed plan for a vacant lot on University Avenue at Four Corners. They are asking the Lafayette City Council to reject or hold off on a proposal to build a new convenience store gas station in their neighborhood. The property where the store would be built […] → Read More

Deja vu: New Iberia gearing up for bad weather, again

Residents of Iberia Parish will not be being taking the pending storm threat lightly. Last month’s tornado has served as a lesson learned. → Read More

Republican U.S. House of Representative Clay Higgins of La. begins his 4th congressional term

Republican U.S. House of Representative Clay Higgins of Louisiana begins his fourth congressional term. → Read More

Lafayette police officer fired for excessive force reinstated with back pay

A Lafayette police officer who was fired for using excessive force to subdue a suspect has his job back. → Read More

Job fair being held for nearly 90 Lafayette-based delivery service employees being laying off

Nearly 90 employees of the Lafayette-based delivery service company ASAP formerly known as Waitr, will be laid off on Tuesday, Jan. 10. → Read More

90 Plus: Advice to help you move through 2023

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) The new year ushers in a will to begin life anew. Here’s a look at some our former 90 Plus guests who took a deep breath in year 2022 to share advice on life, love and survival. “It’s just another day.” “You don’t want a fast life through life. You might not […] → Read More

Northside Lafayette residents asked to complete community survey

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) Residents of north Lafayette are being asked to go online and complete a community survey on the needs of the area. Lafayette Consolidated Government Chief of Minority Affairs Carlos Harvin says the online survey is available now. He says the survey initially ran for a month from December to November and […] → Read More

Change to delinquent law with driver’s license suspension

There’s a state law that requires your driver’s license to be suspended if the taxpayer state income taxes fall into delinquency of $1,000 or more. However, there’s a change to the two-decades-old law. The change seems to be in the taxpayer’s favor. → Read More

Carencro’s first female mayor sworn in

The City of Carencro held its swearing-in of city officials ceremony on Monday. Charlotte Stemmans Clavier will be the city’s new mayor. → Read More

St. Martinville man dies in single-vehicle crash

St. Martinville, La (KLFY) – On Saturday, Louisiana State Police Troop I were notified of single-vehicle crash on Louisiana Highway 347 north of the city limits in St. Martin Parish. According to LSP, the crash claimed the life of Thomas Hayes, 34 of St. Martinville. The initial investigation by State Police reveals that the crash […] → Read More

Congressman Clay Higgins tours parts of New Iberia ravaged by tornado

Congressman Clay Higgins tours parts of New Iberia ravaged by tornado → Read More

Christmas toy donations needed for children affected by New Iberia tornado

NEW IBERIA, La. (KLFY) More help is needed for families in New Iberia impacted by last week’s tornadoes. City officials have begun collecting donations at the Cyr-Gates Community Center in City Park “We’re asking for toiletries, personal hygiene, clothing for everyone in the families, and we’re asking for toys for the children,” Superintendent of Parks […] → Read More

90 Plus: Ruby Halbert, 104 years old

In the aftermath of the storm, there are stories that prove New Iberians can withstand the toughest of times. → Read More