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Guns, Drugs, Human Trafficking — The Weekend In Crimes And Courts
Acadiana can't always produce good news. Here's a rundown on what's been happening over the Labor Day weekend.
Garbage + Recycling Will Run On Labor Day In Lafayette & New Iberia
There will be NO CHANGE in the normal garbage service schedule for Lafayette Parish and the City of New Iberia due to the Labor Day holiday.
Louisiana Ranks As The Third Most Tax-Friendly State In The U.S.
Personal finance magazine Kiplinger made the assessment.
UPDATE: Road Rage Shooter Turns Himself In; Taco Bell Shooting Under Investigation
No one was injured in either incident.
Louisiana Is Second-Most Expensive State For Drivers
The insurance costs are some of the highest in the country.
UL Research Focuses On Astronauts’ Bone Health
Dr. Ray Boudreaux says the ultimate goal of his research is to get astronauts to Mars healthy.
Louisiana No. 2 In Nation For Pets With Heartworms
Once a mosquito bites one diseased pet, it can transmit heartworms up to half a mile away.
Louisiana’s University Campuses Go Smoke-Free
The state legislature in 2013 passed a law requiring all public institutions of higher education to go smoke-free by Aug. 1, 2014.
Committee Accepting Nominations For Annual Awards
Applications are now available for the City-Parish President’s Awareness Committee for Citizens with Disabilities Annual Awards.
Construction Delays Mean School On Saturdays In Vermilion Parish
The delayed construction will affect both North Vermilion Middle students and North Vermilion High School students.
With Storms On The Way, Lafayette Opens Two Self-Serve Sandbag Locations
Residents are asked to take no more than 20 bags per household.
UL Lafayette Back To Normal Thursday After Wednesday’s Lockdown
UL Lafayette officials say the school is back to normal now after the investigation into a suspicious package found that the device was not dangerous.