Caroline Marcello, KLFY NEWS 10

Caroline Marcello

KLFY NEWS 10

Lafayette, LA, United States

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All for the Kids: A day in the life of a Club Kids and how you can support them

The fun never stops at the 6 locations of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Acadiana. A second club in New Iberia and a new club in Natchitoches will open in January, 2022. → Read More

Acadiana Creates: Paul Schexnayder’s King series

Just about everywhere in Acadiana, you can find some type of art. News 10’s Caroline Marcello went to New Iberia to meet Peter Schexnayder and show off his mural. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Small Business Saturday this weekend

News 10's Caroline Marcello canvased Downtown Lafayette for small businesses in preparation for Small Business Saturday tomorrow, Nov. 27. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Fit & Fresh Meals

Louisiana is known for good food and big plates. Terrence Etienne of Fit & Fresh Meals in New Iberia wants to fight half of that stigma. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: J.T. Meleck Distillery

In 2018, a family in Branch, La. started making spirits from rice. Now, J.T. Meleck vodka is a Louisiana household name. → Read More

Junior Achievement of Acadiana’s Leading Ladies program will mentor teens on professionalism

Junior Achievement of Acadiana gathered women who are ready to mentor hundreds of teens for their Leading Ladies program in January. → Read More

WATCH: KLFY’s Veterans Voices Spotlight 2020

There are almost 300,000 Louisiana residents who are military veterans. Here is KLFY’s Veterans Voices Spotlight sharing the stories of Acadiana veterans who’ve served our country. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Brewster Procurement Group Recognized

Janet Brewster, the founder and CEO of Brewster Procurement Company, says she is living the example of the American Dream. → Read More

Aylee’s Angels pop up shop: fun for families and funds for the nonprofit

Aylee’s Angels is a nonprofit organization that aims to assist mourning families in their healing process after the loss of a child. → Read More

Inside Thibodaux Regional, the only operational hospital in the region during Hurricane Ida

News 10's Caroline Marcello spoke to the CEO of Thibodeaux Regional Medical Center -- the only hospital in Terrebonne and Lafourche parishes that was fully operational during the storm. → Read More

Feed and Fund Lafourche Ida relief event happening this weekend

(KLFY) LOCKPORT, La -Residents in Southeast Louisiana are still in need of essential items like a hot meal and money to buy groceries. People want to give after a disaster but don’t know where to donate. Several people have taken it upon themselves to help their neighbors through a donation initiative called Feed and Fund […] → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15th through October 15th is Hispanic Heritage Month. News 10's Caroline Marcello spoke with a local bilingual counselor about the struggles that her community faces. → Read More

Pet Stop: Sassy with Second Chance Paws is looking for a forever home

Sassy is a 6-month-old beagle dachshund mix puppy available for adoption through Second Chance Paws. She is a playful loveable pup ready for a forever home. For more information or to adopt Sassy, visit their website, or their Facebook page, . → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Local company gets new facility after being old one was damaged by Delta

A local company is getting a new home after Hurricane Delta damaged their existing facility. Ragin’ Cajun Foods is moving into a building three times the size of where they operate now. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Opportunity Machine opens doors to displaced business owners

- The Opportunity Machine in Lafayette is offering free workspaces for small business owners who have been displaced because of Hurricane Ida. They are also offering mentoring for small business owners who are going through a disaster for the very first time. → Read More

Local non-profit opens doors to small business owners displaced by Hurricane Ida

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — The Opportunity Machine in Lafayette is offering free workspaces for small business owners who have been displaced because of Hurricane Ida. Internet, printers, and a dry workspace can be hard to come by for some business owners across Southeast Louisiana. That’s why the Opportunity Machine is opening its doors to small […] → Read More

Pet Stop: Dempsey the terrier is looking for a forever home

He’s a three-year-old terrier that was found in a field out in the country. If you have a home for Dempsey visit the Animal Rescue Foundation of Louisiana‘s website or email them at arfla.info@gmail.com. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Perficient offering tuition-free education to 25 applicants

For those looking for a career in the tech industry, Perficient in Lafayette is offering tuition-free education to 25 qualifying applicants. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: New birthing center opens in Lafayette

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — The Baby Catcher Birth Center is offering new services for expecting mothers in Lafayette. “I’m a mermaid,” says Aria Cully. For a toddler, she isn’t too far off. She was born in the water, during a home birth in her parents’ bedroom. “I thought it was so much easier and relaxing being […] → Read More

Senator Bill Cassidy explains how Louisiana will benefit from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

After months of negotiation the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will invest $1 trillion into states for infrastructure improvements. News Ten spoke with Senator Bill Cassidy a member of the bipartisan group who worked on the bill. → Read More