Dalfred Jones, KLFY NEWS 10

Dalfred Jones


Lafayette, LA, United States

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Recent articles by Dalfred:

Dial Dalfred: With park lights locked, youth football team forced to practice with car headlights

ST. MARY PARISH, La. (KLFY) This week’s story takes us to St. Mary Parish. Along the Bayou Teche lies the small town of Baldwin, home to a pretty successful youth football team, but over the past decade they’ve faced an opponent they can’t seem to beat. If this video of the field looks dark to […] → Read More

Dial Dalfred: Feral cats causing problems at one Lafayette business

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) The question: What is being done to manage feral cats in Lafayette Parish? One Lafayette business man has trying to figure it out for nearly five years and now we’re getting answers in tonight’s Dial Dalfred report. You hear it all time— spay and neuter your pets. Lafayette Parish just spent millions […] → Read More

10 Talks Acadiana: Fired Lafayette Police Chief Thomas Glover speaks out (unedited) [PODCAST]

On Oct. 7, Lafayette’ first Black police chief, Thomas Glover, was fired by Mayor-President Josh Guillory with no explanation given. News 10’s Dalfred Jones sits down with Glover to find out what happened, what’s next – and most importantly, why. → Read More

Former Chief of the LPD speaks publicly after firing

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) – The former Lafayette Chief of police, Thomas Glover, sat down with us Friday for his first tv interview since being abruptly removed from his position Thursday afternoon. Glover laid out what he believes led to his termination after what he thought had been nearly ten months of exceptional work. […] → Read More

Town of Sunset not responsible after driver in stolen city vehicle crashes into private property

ST. LANDRY PARISH, La. (KLFY) A St. Landry Parish businessman is looking for answers after a stolen vehicle crashed into his property. Now, his main concern is who pays for the damages. On August 3, John Kasey Thomas allegedly stole a Sunset Public Works vehicle and led Sunset Police on a chase. Opelousas Police and […] → Read More

10 Talks Acadiana: A darker history of Lafayette Parish with Dr. Rick Swanson (PODCAST)

The statue of Confederate Gen. Alfred Mouton has been removed from downtown Lafayette, but what's the history that led to its installation in the first place? → Read More

Dial Dalfred: Louisiana man’s invention could prevent hot car deaths

As the summer draws near, one Louisiana man is bringing attention to an avoidable tragedy we witness dozens of times a year. → Read More

Dial Dalfred: Alleged inmate suicide; family in disbelief

IBERIA PARISH, La. (KLFY) – Loved ones of Raymond Bonnette Sr. are looking for answers after being told he killed himself in the Iberia Parish Jail. He was picked up July 18th for a non-violent offense, three days later he was dead.Wyoletta Welch is the mother of Raymond Bonnette Sr. She says, “He had no […] → Read More

Social Distancing Grades: Lafayette earns a B-

From the federal to local level, leaders keep repeating one thing during the Covid-19 outbreak--social distancing. → Read More

Family of St. Martin man who died from COVID 19 speaks out

ST. MARTIN PARISH, La. (KLFY) -- With the rapid spread of coronavirus, it was only a matter before it claimed the life of an Acadiana resident. Thursday night, a Breaux Bridge man became a victim of COVID-19, and today, his family has a sobering message for all who have ears to hear. → Read More

Rosary for plane crash victims set for today in Mamou

MAMOU, La. (KLFY)- Rosary will be held Monday, Dec. 30, 2019, 4:30 p.m. at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Mamou for the victims in Saturday’s plane crash. Vaugh Crisp, who was killed, and Wade Berzas, the single survivor of the crash, are Mamou natives. The crash happened shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday near Feu Follet […] → Read More

Candidates weigh in after heated gubernatorial debate

BATON ROUGE, La. (KLFY)- Following tonight’s gubernatorial debate, candidates weighed on their performances and took a few questions from the media. Tonight we are in Baton Rouge for live team coverage of the debate. Some intense moments from tonight’s incumbent Governor John Bel Edwards and Congressman Ralph Abraham, which was something businessman Eddie Rispone says […] → Read More

The latest on suspended City Marshal Brian Pope’s malfeasance case

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY)- Suspended City Marshal Brian Pope was in court this morning for a pretrial hearing on the latest indictment of 17 malfeasance charges. The most recent chapter of the Pope saga included this motion to transfer the case of the 17 malfeasance charges. Pope’s defense attorney, Brett Grayson filed the motion on August […] → Read More

SLCC offering commercial driving program, information fair set for Sept. 12

NEW IBERIA, La. (KLFY) – Want to learn more about a career in commercial truck driving? A Career Information Fair will be held from 4 – 6 p.m. on Sept. 12 for SLCC’s Commercial Truck Driving program in the Teche Building at SLCC’s New Iberia Campus, 908 Ember Drive. This is a free event that is open to the […] → Read More

Live: Late former Gov. Kathleen Blanco lies in state in the capital rotunda

> Celebration of Life & Remembrance – Live CoverageGovernor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco: Honor ProcessionThursday, August 22 (LPB & Online)12:30-12:45PM* Honor Procession*Times are approximate and will continue to conclusion. Posted by Louisiana Public Broadcasting on Thursday, August 22, 2019 → Read More

Following service, Gov. Kathleen Blanco’s body to lie in state at capital

BATON ROUGE, La. (KLFY)- The interfaith memorial service for the late Governor Kathleen Blanco is just wrapping up in the Capital City at Saint Joseph’s Cathedral. It has truly been a beautiful send off for Gov. Blanco who, as we know, lost her long battle with cancer last weekend, but not before she celebrated her […] → Read More

LAFAYETTE: Family’s home damaged after morning fire

LAFAYETTE, La.- According to LFD/PIO, Alton Trahan, Lafayette firefighters were called out to a house fire around 8:30am Saturday morning in the 100 block of St. Charles Street. A call was received by emergency dispatchers, from a neighbor saying that there was heavy smoke coming from the home. Firefighters were on scene within five minutes. […] → Read More

Lauren Daigle gets 6 nominations from Dove Awards

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Christian recording artist Lauren Daigle, who has had major crossover success with her single, “You Say,” received six nominations Wednesday from the Gospel Music Association’s Dove Awards. Daigle’s nominations include artist of the year and song of the year. “You Say” topped both Billboard’s adult contemporary and Christian airplay charts. KING […] → Read More

Clues-Alexander still not sentenced for manslaughter; victim’s family wants answers

BREAUX BRIDGE, La. (KLFY) – It’s been nearly six years since Kendall Alexander was shot and killed by his wife in St. Martin Parish. But to this day she has not been sentenced and his family wants to know why. There have been several appeals and continuances, but finally, a plea to manslaughter was reached […] → Read More

Vermilion Parish school superintendent facing administrative leave for a second time

ABBEVILLE, La. (KLFY)- There’s a special meeting happening tonight at the vermilion parish school board. One item on the agenda includes placing the superintendent on administrative leave pending results of investigation. That item is number No. 5 new business but according to one source it has everything to do with past actions.We’re told several accusations […] → Read More