Renee Allen, KLFY NEWS 10

Renee Allen


Lafayette, LA, United States

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Recent articles by Renee:

Lafayette Mayor-President explains need for security detail after questions raised

Questions are being raised about the Mayor-President of Lafayette who uses officers from the local police department, for his own personal security → Read More

Former first gentleman Raymond “Coach” Blanco laid to rest

The husband of the late former Governor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco was laid to rest on Monday. → Read More

Youngsville DOTD worker stabbed to death on I-10, remembered by colleagues

Heartfelt condolences are pouring in for the Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) Mobile Assistance Patrolman → Read More

90 plus: Inez and Ned Robinson, married for 70 years

A Gueydan couple who has been married 70 years ushers in Thanksgiving with advice on love and longevity. → Read More

Downtown Lafayette parking garage repairs nearly complete

Repairs to the Buchanan Street parking garage in downtown Lafayette are nearly complete, but more money is needed → Read More

Fired Lafayette Police Sgt. who got job back wants to take Lieutenant exam

Reinstated Lafayette Police Sgt. Wayne Griffin is aiming for a new rank → Read More

All Lafayette Police officers now carry Narcan

All Lafayette Police Officers now carry one more safety item: Narcan → Read More

Scott residents escape fire through bedroom window

Three people escaped an early morning house fire by fleeing through a bedroom window, according to Scott Fire Chief Chad Sonnier. → Read More

90 Plus: Rayne’s Curley Sonnier looks back on a century of life

100-year-old Curley Sonnier of Rayne says he’s a man of few words but fond memories. → Read More

90 Plus: Lorene Walker Auld has packed a lot of living into 102 years

Lorene Walker Auld has quite the life story to tell. → Read More

‘My life has been fulfilled’: 100-year-old Jeanne Hebert Domingue looks back

Jeanne Hebert Domingue, 100, of Lafayette, talks about living one day at a time. Jeanne says she still works out and her sense of humor is well-balanced. → Read More

City Court Judge Division A candidate: Toby Aguillard

City Court Judge Division A candidate: Toby Aguillard → Read More

City Court Judge Division A candidate: Jules Edwards III

A high-profile election for the City of Lafayette is the race for City Court Judge Division A → Read More

Online voter registration deadline approaching in Acadiana

The clock is ticking to register to vote in Louisiana → Read More

District Attorney Don Landry discusses consequences of school social media threats

Consequences for those making social media threats, → Read More

Paul Breaux Middle evacuated after social media bomb threat

Lafayette Police confirm that Paul Breaux Middle School received a social media bomb threat, which lead to the school being evacuated and students led to an outside location while authorities searched the building. → Read More

Erath man arrested for attempted First Degree Murder

Vermilion Parish, LA (KLFY) -According to Vermilion Parish Sheriff Mike Couvillon, the Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office was called to the area of Grosse Isle and Elton Road east of Abbeville in reference to gunshots being fired on Friday. Sheriff Couvillon says that patrol deputies responded to the area and located a white male subject, identified […] → Read More

What Lafayette Police are doing about rise in social media school threats

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — While it can seem like a hoax or a joke to some, Lafayette police say they are taking all school threats seriously. At Lafayette High, classes resumed Tuesday with all students being checked through metal detectors before entering the campus. “When it comes to protecting our students and our schools we […] → Read More

Lafayette City-Parish Government audit soon underway

Lafayette City-Parish Government audit soon underway → Read More

$2M project to bring new Lafayette juvenile detention home

The Lafayette Consolidated Government has agreed to spend about $5M on a site for the city’s detention facility → Read More