Lafayette polling locations have decreased significantly since 2012, most notably in lower income areas.
This is what the thirteen candidates that ran for district representation in the Lafayette Parish School Board said in a public forum at the Acadiana Center for the Arts
Opelousas community gathers to remember their history surrounding the 1868 massacre.
Black business owners speak on how increased relationships among African-Americans lead to economic growth in black communities.
Local nutritionists talk about ways to merge Louisiana food culture with healthier alternatives to improve the state’s health ranking among the country.
Food and healthcare are two of the top industries in Lafayette, according to LEDA.