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About: new iberia, louisiana

New Iberia is located in southern Louisiana, just 30 miles south of Lafayette. It was named "Nueva Iberia" by Spanish settlers in honor of the Iberian Peninsula, the peninsula where Spain is located. When the land was controlled by the French it was called "Nouvelle Iberie" and after the Louisiana Purchase, Americans called it "New Town." However, when the town was incorporated in 1847, perhaps as a way to preserve its history, the town was named New Iberia.

Population: 32623
Local Newspapers: The Daily Iberian
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints New Orleans Pelicans
Local Colleges: South Louisiana Community College

Zip Codes associated with new iberia, louisiana: 70518 70560 70563
Towns/Cities near new iberia, louisiana : Jeanerette Lydia Delcambre Loreauville St Martinville Broussard Youngsville

New Iberia News
Report: Most Former Research Chimps Should Move To Retirement Sanctuaries

Since early 2013, 110 chimpanzees have been retired to Chimp Haven sanctuary in Keithville, La., from the New Iberia Research Center in Lafayette, La. That's the largest group of government-owned chimps ever sent to sanctuary.

Iberia Parish deputies confirm homicide investigation in New Iberia, victim identified

At 8:57 a.m. this morning, deputies responded to the 800 block of Edna St. in reference to a body being located. Arriving deputies found a black male laying in the front yard of an abandoned home The victim appeared to have been shot, authorities said.

Changes to Harrah's casino bill scrapped; license extension depends on compromise

The Louisiana House of Representatives voted unanimously Thursday to reject the Senate version of a bill that would extend the state license for Harrah's to operate New Orleans' land-based casino, sending negotiations behind closed doors in the Legislature with the session possibly ending Friday. Senators had adjusted the annual payments Ceasar's Entertainment Corp. would make to the state and city in.

More record heat possible Thursday

After a record-smashing hot day Wednesday in Acadiana followed by a few late afternoon storms, more of the same can be expected for our Thursday. We may see the same again Thursday with the record temperatures for Lafayette and New Iberia of 94 in 1933 and 95 in 1948 respectively.

CEO and Founder of Bruce Foods Corporation inducted into Hot Sauce Hall of Fame

The founder and CEO of Bruce Foods in New Iberia was recently inducted into the Hot Sauce Hall of Fame in New York City. Si Brown, founder and CEO of Bruce Foods Corporation, was named as the trailblazer behind hot sauce as we know it today.

Da Berry brings sense of community to Hopkins Street

In New Iberia, volunteers are hoping to bring jobs and boost the economy through a community market on Hopkins Street. Carl Cooper Junior is the president of Da Berry Fresh Market, where his produce goes from the garden bed to his store shelves, sometimes in a matter of minutes.

LCG Council Gun Violence Awareness

A Lafayette City-Parish Councilwoman intends to tackle gun violence head-on by proclaiming with the rest of the nation June 2nd Gun Violence Awareness Day. Gun violence reaches beyond parish lines.

Harrah's casino legislation heading to vote by full Senate

The fate of a controversial bill that would give Harrah's a no-bid, 30-year extension of its state casino operating license is now in the hands of the full Senate after a Senate committee approved the measure Tuesday. The Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Committee advanced the bill on a 6-4 vote, a day after a different Senate committee, known as Judiciary B, narrowly approved House Bill 553 but only after approving amendments that would require the casino owner to pay at least 40 percent more in taxes to the state and city per year.

Woman accused of sex trafficking 18-year-old girl: JPSO

Authorities arrested a woman accused of forcing an 18-year-old into prostitution at a Metairie hotel, according to arrest reports. Dianna Viator, 31, of Mamou, La., was booked Monday with human trafficking , according to Lt.

GMA on The Road: Shadows on the Teche

Shadows on the Teche is a major historical site in New Iberia. It features the plantation home of the Weeks family, the largest sugar cane producers on the Bayou Teche.

GMA On the Road: Conrad Rice Mill in Iberia Parish

KATC's special GMA On the Road show is in Iberia Parish this week. Everyday KATC is highlighting the people and places that make Iberia unique.

Harrah's Casino license extension advances from Senate committee

A Louisiana Senate committee voted 4-3 Monday to extend Caesars Entertainment Corp.'s license to run the Harrah's Casino in New Orleans for 20 years with a 10-year option to extend it. Opponents of the deal argue that the state and city might be leaving money on the table without taking a closer look at the proposal.

Delcambre Police making arrests in shooting

Delcambre Police have made some arrests and are seeking several people in connection with the shooting that happened May 3 at the Wizard Car Was on La. 14. Delcambre Assistant Police Chief Ted Kahn said at the time that a man was found at the carwash with three gunshot wounds.

Gary Brown, right, donated an air conditioner from his store to Anna Benoit, left.

Gary Brown, who owns Instant Home Furnishings, a rent-to-own furniture and appliance store in New Iberia, went to Anna Benoit's house to collect a payment. "Gary came back the next day.

Pins a point of pride for UL Lafayette nursing graduates

When nursing graduate Mallory Landry received her diploma during Commencement ceremonies Friday, a circular pin already adorned her red graduation gown. Landry and 61 other graduates from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions received the pins Thursday during a ceremony filled with symbolism and sentiment.

Photos: Southern University Baton Rouge's 2018 Spring Commencement is ...

Southern University Baton Rouge's 2018 Spring Commencement was held May 11, 2018, and included the awarding of over 400 undergraduate degrees, and almost 200 graduate degrees. Political commentator and social activist Angela Rye was the Commencement speaker, and an honorary Doctor of Humane letters was awarded to attorney Johnnie A. Jones, Sr. Houma's Tevin Thomas holds his mortarboard, decorated with 'HBCU MADE,' just before graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Speech & Language Pathology from Southern University, one of the country's historically black colleges and universities, at Spring 2018 Commencement Ceremony, Friday, May 11, 2018.

Review: 'The Mercy Seat,' by Elizabeth Winthrop

Willie Jones lies on his cot in his cell in New Iberia, La., reflecting on his short life and contemplating his imminent death. His reveries are interrupted when two men enter the room: Burl, a fellow inmate, carrying a bowl and a razor, and Sheriff Grazer, their jailer.

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