Invasive Snail Invades Crawfish Ponds
An invasive species of snail is posing a threat to bayou crawfish harvests, after recently shutting down a 220 acre farm.
House Republicans Consider Renewing One-cent State Sales Tax
House Republicans are looking at renewing at least some or all of the temporary one cent sales tax as a way to address a looming one billion dollar shortfall.
Louisiana Gets Green Light For The Enforcement Of Many Traffic Safety Laws
The Bayou State is one of seven listed as a “best state” in the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety report
Crawfish Season Might See Slight Delay Due To Cold Snap
Crawfish season in Louisiana may be slightly delayed this year thanks to last week’s arctic blast, but the good news is that they did survive.
Gov. Edwards Declares State Of Emergency
Governor John Bel Edwards has declared a State of Emergency due to the hazardous winter weather conditions.
Visitors To The Myrtles Get A Surprise Guest In Their Group Photo
The Myrtles Plantatio0n has long had a reputation for being a very spooky tourist destination.
Documentary Brings Light To The 2013 Bayou Corne Sinkhole
“Forgotten Bayou” aired at the Vermillion Center in Lafayette last night and the producer has plans to host the film in other areas of the state.
Officials Say Angola Rape Allegations False, Unfounded
Officials arre blaming a Baton Rouge TV news reporter for spawning the allegations
Slain NOPD Officer Identified, Shooter Is Under Arrest
Chief Michael Harrison says police are still investigating what exactly happened.
Fund Started To Help Slain Officer’s Family
The fund is being started to aid families of those members of the Lafayette PD killed in the line of duty.