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About: lafayette, louisiana

Located on the West Gulf Coastal Plain, the Vermilion River runs through its center. The city's economy was primarily based on agriculture until the 1940s, when the petroleum and natural gas industry became dominant. Lafayette is the center of the Cajun culture in Louisiana and the U.S. Lafayette has a strong tourism industry because of the Cajun and Creole cultures of the surrounding region.

Population: 113656
Local Newspapers: The Daily Advertiser
Local Sports Teams: University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Ragin' Cajuns)
Local Colleges: University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Zip Codes associated with lafayette, louisiana: 70501 70503 70506 70507 70508 70520 70529 70583
Towns/Cities near lafayette, louisiana : Breaux Bridge Carencro Scott Broussard Youngsville St Martinville Duson Opelousas

Lafayette News
Warm Friday, cooling this weekend

Another cool front will arrive during the day Saturday, setting the stage for perhaps the coolest temperatures of the season Sunday, and especially Sunday night into Monday morning. After a pleasant start with fair skies and temperatures ranging from the upper 50s to mid-60s Friday morning, look for mostly sunny skies to yield to late afternoon clouds, with temperatures topping out in the balmy mid-80s.

Crowley man pleads guilty to possessing child pornography on electronic devices

LAFAYETTE, La. United States Attorney David C. Joseph announced that a Crowley man pleaded guilty Wednesday to possessing sexually explicit images of juveniles.

Longtime Lafayette salon owner Jo Ann Gant Johnson dies

Johnson came to the Lafayette area in the 60s from New Orleans to instruct, alongside her mother Isabelle Gant, owner of Acadiana's first African American owned and operated beauty school. She dedicated more than 50 years to operating and providing hair care services at Labelle Beauty Salon until her passing.

Repairing downtown Lafayette parking garage could mean cuts to parish budget

But the scariest part of the situation is that cuts may have to be made in for the repair the garage. "You have people scattered all over the place.

Lafayette women accused of trying to set estranged boyfrienda s apartment on fire

A Lafayette woman is facing arson charges after she allegedly attempted to set her estranged boyfriend's apartment on fire. A spokesman with the Lafayette Fire Department said Christi Thomas tried to set the backdoor of her estranged boyfriend's Ile des Cannes apartment on fire.

LCG Council members say old federal courthouse deal remains an option

The proposed buyer for the Old Federal Courthouse in Downtown Lafayette has been put on hold. The city-parish council has a few questions for the buyer to answer.

Getting Answers: Homeowner says pipes filled with debris

A North Lafayette homeowner is questioning who's responsible after she says her pipes were filled with debris and one burst inside her home. Lori Ledoux says a mud like substance filled every pipe in her home in the Lakeview Estates subdivision.

Domestic violence affects more than the suspect and the victim

In domestic violence situations, the scope of those affected goes far beyond the suspect and the victim. In the case of Christon Chassion, the man killed in 2017 after stepping in to protect a woman being abused by her boyfriend, his family still feels the impact of domestic violence.

Plaintiff in church abuse suit seeks names of accused priests; personnel files

Abbeville attorney Anthony Fontana, who has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a St. Landry family in an alleged priest sex abuse case, is seeking a list of priests who have credible complaints against them. Fontana is representing a person alleged to be a victim of priest Michael Guidry, who was arrested earlier this year by St. Landry Parish Sheriff's deputies on sex abuse charges .

Brandon Scott Lavergne attempts escape from Angola

Ken Pastorick, Communications Director for the Dept.of Corrections, has confirmed with News 10 that Brandon Scott Lavergne, an inmate from the Louisiana Penitentiary at Angola attempted an escape this week. "He did try and escape from his prison camp," Pastorick said, "however he didn't get past his perimeter fence."

'You keep going,' says mother of Lafayette woman who died in vehicle stuck in canal for 36 hours

The mother of a 22-year-old Lafayette woman who died just weeks ago in a tragic accident is speaking out. The two girls were traveling along North Line Road in Port Allen when their vehicle went off the road into a ditch.

Is cannabis addictive? Is it a gateway drug?

Marijuana is not addictive in the same way harder drugs are, but many regular users have reported a psychological dependency on cannabis that can result in withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Studies such as this one by the Mayo Clinic show cannabis dependency is significantly less likely than legal substances tobacco and alcohol, as well as heroin and cocaine.

Cleco to propose plan to serve the utility needs of LUS customers

A second company has announced its interest in partnering with the City of Lafayette to serve the needs of Lafayette Utilities System customers. "LUS has built a strong, reliable utility system that has served the citizens of Lafayette well, and as the City begins a review of options for the utility, Cleco is interested in being part of that discussion," said Bill Fontenot, Cleco president and CEO.

Second woman comes forward with complaint against Msgr. Robichaux

Msgr. Robie Robichaux, the high-ranking priest who was removed from his position as Judicial Vicar and placed on leave earlier this month, is facing more allegations of sexual misconduct. KATC has spoken with a second woman, who met Robichaux in 1975 when she was a senior in high school and Robichaux was a deacon.

Trick And Treat: You can hire a clown to scare your friends, deliver sweets

You've heard of rent-a-car, but what about rent-a-clown. No, not a clown car, the actual clown.

Lafayette woman survives nearly 2 days trapped in car after fatal crash

A Lafayette woman is sharing her story of survival, after being trapped in an overturned car for nearly two days. Jones was behind the wheel, traveling back to Lafayette from Baton Rouge when she went off the road in a curve.

LPD conducts community walk through Lafayette neighborhoods

The walk Monday night is taking place in the Randolph St./Sherwood Dr./Sunset St. neighborhoods starting at 6:00 p.m. Chief Aguillard, Deputy Chief Thomas along with LPD Command Staff and Police Officers will be walking the neighborhood to visit with residents, listen to any concerns and introduce themselves. "We invite the community to join us, meet with officers and walk the neighborhood with us as we continue in our efforts in bridging the gap between law enforcement and the community," LPD said in a release.

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