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Past articles by Jiovanni:

Exclusive: Children ran over and left injured after truck drives into home and flees scene

ABBEVILLE, La., (KLFY) – A mother is reliving the moments a truck ran over her child and two of his friends, drove into her home, and then fled the scene. Mauren Romero said it was like a tornado passing through when she heard a loud bang. The sound was then followed by the screams of […] → Read More

Lafayette could soon recognize pride month

LAFAYETTE, La., (KLFY) – Mayor-President Josh Guillory has been firm with his stance of respecting traditional values and his refusal to declare pride month in Lafayette. However, two city council members are now taking matters into their own hands. Both city council members, Glenn Lazard and Pat Lewis have added an agenda item to the […] → Read More

City officials say brown colored water is safe to drink and was expected to happen

RAYNE, La., (KLFY) – Some residents in a small town are frustrated that they’re having to deal with brown-colored water. A resident of Rayne took to Facebook, expressing her frustration and shared images of brown water flowing from faucets. She also shared a video of her now discolored blanket she had washed in the water. […] → Read More

Violence continues in Acadia Parish with a series of possible gang related shootings

With summer quickly approaching, law enforcement agencies are preparing for crime rates to rise. → Read More

Pride month not recognized in Lafayette; group calls for Mayor-President Josh Guillory to put politics aside

Several former presidents have acknowledged and proclaimed June as Pride month, including Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and now president Joe Biden. → Read More

Happening Today: Rally in Baton Rouge calling for justice for Ronald Greene

However, in the body camera footage obtained by the Associated Press, an officer can be heard saying, “I beat the ever living *** out of him, choked him, and everything else trying to get him under control.” → Read More

Man accused of murdering Rayne teenager let off of previous murder charge

The man accused of slaying a 17-year-old teenager was previously convicted and sentenced for a murder charge. → Read More

Officials warn against scams following flash flooding across Louisiana

Lafayette, LA., (KLFY) – Attorney General Jeff Landry is warning people to protect themselves from falling victim to a flooding scam. Landry said scammers take advantage of people when they are in need of help or are trying to help, especially after natural disasters. “There are people who absolutely try to take advantage of them,” […] → Read More

Maurice Police searching for missing father of three following flash flooding car crash

The Maurice Police Department is searching for 46-year-old Cleveland Duhon. → Read More

Gueydan police chief under investigation, accused of being involved in a fight at local business

GUEYDAN, La., (KLFY) – Gueydan Chief of Police Shawn Theriot is being investigated by the Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office following an alleged fight. Gueydan Mayor Judy Reese confirmed with News 10 that Theriot is being investigated. He said it happened at the Gueydan Tire Shop. Theriot is being accused of striking someone. Reese said the […] → Read More

Volunteers gather to search Vermilion Bay for missing Seacor crew members

Cypremort Point, La. (KLFY) It’s been 15 days since the Seacor Power lift boat capsized near Port Fourchon. The seven men who remain missing; their families are holding onto hope. Community members continue to gather across Southern Louisiana in hopes of finding something to answer the families prayers that their loved ones are found. Business […] → Read More

Rural communities struggle to fill open vaccination slots as hesitancy continues

Acadia Parish, LA., (KLFY) - As vaccine hesitancy continues across the country, many vaccination slots are going unfilled in rural communities. → Read More

Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office cracking down on crime, seizing drugs, money, and stolen guns in a 45 day operation

Acadia Parish, LA., (KLFY) - The Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office continues efforts to curb violence in high crime areas across the parish. → Read More

Broussard police chief accused of sexual harassment, sending lewd messages to former officer

Former Broussard Police Officer Taylor Jones was shocked when he opened up a photo of his half-naked boss sent to him through Snapchat. → Read More

Local marine survival director explains challenges with Seacor Power lift boat disaster

The crew members who were on board the Seacor Power lift boat had little time to prepare for what became a deadly boat disaster in the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday. → Read More

Some Acadiana restaurant owners struggle to find employees willing to work

As COVID-19 restrictions continue to be loosened, businesses are beginning to return to normal capacity, however, owners say they are struggling to find employees to work. → Read More

Search continues for missing LSU student and Opelousas teen in Baton Rouge

The search for a missing LSU student and Opelousas teenager continued this afternoon near the Mississippi River. → Read More

Crowley mayor expects new baseball fields to boost local economy by millions

Crowley, La. (KLFY) An almost year long project of building and revamping baseball fields is soon to be completed in Crowley. “It’s going to be very nice, very rewarding to our children and their children to come and for many years to come,” Crowley Mayor Tim Monceaux said. The historic Miller Stadium is one of […] → Read More

Petition for pass/fail option at UL Lafayette gets the attention of university administrators

A student at UL Lafayette created an online petition pushing for the university to allow students to choose a pail or fail option for their classes. → Read More

Louisiana Republican Representative introduces bill aimed at legalizing marijuana

A bill has been introduced to the Louisiana State House of Representatives that is aimed at legalizing and decriminalizing recreational marijuana. → Read More