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Lafayette Sheriff’s Office Makes Major Meth Bust
Three people were arrested at the scene.
Halloween Safety Tips From The Lafayette Police Department
The city of Lafayette enjoys trick-or-treating between the hours of 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31.
Robideaux Defends His Role In NexGen Utility Proposal [VIDEO]
LUS customers have asked us many questions about the proposed management deal.
Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office Daily Arrest Report
There were 17 people booked into the jail in the last 24 hours.
Wanted Man Pulled From A Lafayette Lake
UL police asked for help from the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office.
UPDATE: Trouble on I-10 Westbound
An 18-wheeler is part of the crash.
Louisiana To Celebrate World Peace Day
It is a free event that is open to anyone in Louisiana.
You Can Now See How The Lafayette School Board Spends Money
It cost taxpayers $39,000 to get this tool up and running.
Congressman Johnson Wants To Hear From Constituents
The first meeting will be held in Zwolle while the second meeting will be held in Sunset.
Could Lawmakers Be Drug Tested?
If someone were to test positive for drugs, the matter would be turned over the Committee on Ethics.