Michael Sipes, KLFY NEWS 10

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16-year old charged with Attempted Murder after shooting at home

A 16-year old is charged with 18 counts of a Attempted Second Degree Murder after shooting at a home and vehicle in Franklin. → Read More

Lafayette Police investigate overnight shooting involving juvenile victim

One juvenile was injured in a shooting in Lafayette on Sunday night → Read More

Welcome Jazz Michael Jones

KLFY News 10 Anchor, Dalfred jones and his wife Jazmin welcomed their third son to the world. → Read More

Student accused of making threat to shoot up school in Evangeline Parish

Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s office is investigating a school threat aimed at Evangeline Central. → Read More

Carencro Catholic Robotics team among the best in the nation

Carencro Catholic Junior High’s Robotics team is among the best in the nation. → Read More

Louisiana teacher charged with 100 counts of child pornography, others arrested

A Louisiana teacher is one of two people arrested in a child porn sting → Read More

Late night shooting claims the life of Louisiana man; alleged suspect wanted for Second-Degree Murder

Monroe Police responded to a shooting late Tuesday night. When they arrived on the scene, the found the victim, Milton Smith, suffering from a gunshot wound. Smith later died at a local hospital. → Read More

Mega Millions jackpot over 500 million dollars

The prize is now $530 million with a cash value of $304.7 million dollars for Tuesday’s night’s drawing after no one matched all six numbers to win Friday’s jackpot. → Read More

Head of Louisiana State Police pulled over for speeding on Basin Bridge, does not get a ticket

The head of Louisiana State Police got pulled over on the Basin Bridge for speeding recently and admits to being pulled over at least one other time. → Read More

Lafayette parents arrested in cruelty case

A Lafayette couple was arrested foe cruelty to a juvenile girl. → Read More

Deputies find cocaine, mushrooms, and other narcotics after anonymous complaint

A Louisiana couple is in jail after authorities were tipped off to them allegedly having drugs. → Read More

Louisiana man arrested on 447 counts of Child Pornography

A Louisiana man was arrested on 447 counts of child pornography. → Read More

Louisiana State Troopers charged in beating of Black man

State prosecutors have charged three Louisiana State Police troopers accused of beating a Black motorist, hoisting him to his feet by his hair braids and bragging in text messages that the “whoopin’” would give him “nightmares for a long time.” → Read More

Broussard firefighter passes away after battle with cancer

Broussard Firefighter and Engineer Alex Bourque passed away on Wednesday after his battle with cancer. The Broussard Fire Department made the announcement Thursday morning about his death on their Facebook page. → Read More

LCG loses court ruling over Homewood Detention Project

Lafayette Consolidated Government lost a court battle over the Homewood Detention Project. A judge ruled LCG violated the law when it seized land along the Vermilion River late last year. → Read More

Louisiana man sentenced to 23 years on Sexual Exploitation charge

A Louisiana man was sentenced to more than 23 years in federal prison for a Sexual Exploitation charge. Dustin Lee Crow, 33, of Noble pleaded guilty in 2021 to one court of sexual exploitation of children. → Read More

Body found after grass fire in Jeff Davis Parish

Officials says the body was discovered in a burn pile following a report of a grass fire in the 500 Block of Topsy Bel Road. → Read More

Jeanerette Police search for suspect in October murder

Police are attempting to locate Tyrese nthony Jones to bring him in for questioning in relation to the homicide of Marcus Alexis → Read More

Louisiana teen charged with hate crime after video surfaces on social media

Terrebonne Parish Sheriff, Tim Soignet, says the student was arrested in connection with a racially motivated video which was captured in the school’s cafeteria and later share on social media. → Read More

UL Lafayette no longer requiring masks on campus

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) – UL Lafayette is announcing changes to its masking policy. The University is recommending, but no longer requiring masks or face coverings be worn on campus. → Read More