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New Iberia school closed Friday due to plumbing issues

NEW IBERIA, La. (KLFY) — Acadian Christian School, New Iberia campus, will be closed to students Friday, Dec. 2 due to plumbing problems. Principal Monique Sanchez said students will report back to campus, Monday, Dec. 5 unless stated otherwise. She said Friday’s Christmas performances will take place as scheduled and will be held at Our Saviors Church. → Read More

Man shot in leg on Sunny Street in Lafayette

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — Lafayette Police are investigating after a shooting on Sunny Street late Thursday afternoon. According to police, the shooting happened just after 5 p.m. in the 100 block of Sunny Street. At the scene, first responders found an adult male victim with a gunshot wound to the leg. He was taken to a hospital and is expected to survive, police said. Anyone with information… → Read More

State Police looking for stolen restored classic 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle

State Police are on the lookout for a one-of-a-kind classic car that was stolen in the New Orleans area → Read More

Bunkie mom finds drunken intruder in daughter’s bed

Few details have been released following a reported incident near Bunkie, Louisiana Tuesday involving an alleged drunken intruder → Read More

Police investigating shots fired into Eunice home, Monday night

unice Police are investigating after shots were fired into a home on Acadia Street, late Monday → Read More

UPDATE: Two young girls, dog found safe in Louisiana

Deputies in St. Tammany Parish are currently searching for two girls who went missing along with their golden retriever → Read More

Lafayette voted best place to visit in 2023, according to survey

Finally, someone agrees with what we have been saying all along → Read More

Lafayette police respond to shots fired call on Simcoe, find nothing

Lafayette police officers responded to the vicinity of Cedar and Simcoe Streets late Monday afternoon following a report of shots fired → Read More

Deckhand drowns after falling off oilfield crew boat

A deckhand drowned, over the weekend, after falling off a crew boat that was tying up to an oil platform → Read More

REPORT: Louisiana National Guard fires Lafayette brigade commander over ‘inappropriate’ texts

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — The Louisiana National Guard has relieved the commander of its 256th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, which is headquartered in Lafayette. According to the Army Times, Col. Scott Desormeaux was removed from his role leading the state’s historic Tiger Brigade following an administrative investigation that “found that COL Desormeaux sent inappropriate text […] → Read More

GoFundMe created for Louisiana woman found dead in vehicle submerged in river

One day after the body of a Louisiana woman was found dead in a submerged vehicle, her family has established a GoFundMe → Read More

Candlelight vigil for Arnaudville woman killed in car crash

The St. Martin Parish community continues to grieve the loss of Hailee Rossyoin Noel, 29 of Arnaudville → Read More

Former Louisiana Republican Senator Elbert Guillory arrested on DWI, no insurance charges

Former State Senator and Opelousas Attorney Elbert Guillory was taken into custody → Read More

Loose horse found roaming in Scott

LAFAYETTE PARISH, La. (KLFY) — Local officials are calling on the public to help find the owner(s) of a missing horse. On Monday morning, a male horse was found roaming in the area of Rue Scholastique in Scott. If you recognize it, please contact the Lafayette Animal Shelter and Care Center at 337-291-5644. → Read More

LCG Chief Financial Officer announces retirement

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) — The Lafayette Consolidated Government has announced that Lorrie Toups, its Chief Financial Officer, will retire next year. Toups, who has served as CFO since January 2011, will retire effective February 3, 2023. Having served three Mayor-Presidents, Toups has put policies and procedures into place that will benefit the department for years to come, LCG […] → Read More

Ville Platte councilwoman arrested overnight on charges of election fraud, forgery

A Ville Platte City Councilwoman, who is currently in a runoff for re-election to her late husband’s seat, has been arrested on fraud and forgery charges → Read More

29-year-old Arnaudville woman killed in early morning crash

ST. MARTIN PARISH, La. (KLFY) — A woman was killed early Friday morning following a four vehicle crash on Highway 94 in St. Martin Parish. According to State Police, the crash happened just after 7 a.m. and took the life of Hailee Rossyoin, 29 of Arnaudville. A preliminary investigation has revealed that a pick-up truck traveling west on LA 94 steered into […] → Read More

2 drivers killed in Iberia Parish crash

IBERIA PARISH, La. (KLFY) – Two people were killed Thursday afternoon in a crash on Highway 14 in Iberia Parish. According to State Police, the double fatal crash happened around 4:45 p.m. near Leleux Road and claimed the lives of Kelly J. Duplantis, Jr., 45 of Delcambre and John B. Young, Jr., 54 of Youngsville. Trooper Thomas Gossen says the preliminary investigation has revealed that Young… → Read More

I-49 north at MM8 closed following serious crash

A serious crash has closed a portion of Interstate 49 northbound in Lafayette Parish Thursday evening → Read More

Funeral services announced for late Melville Mayor Velma Hendrix

MELVILLE, La. (KLFY) — Funeral services have been announced for Melville Mayor Velma Hendrix who died in an election day car crash, November 8. Hendrix, 84, was involved in a two-vehicle crash just before 2 p.m. near Port Barre. Police said the late mayor was sitting in the rear-left passenger seat of an Acura when […] → Read More