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IHOp is now IHOb…

I remember seeing something last week concerning Ihop and a name change. For 60 pancakin’ years, we’ve been IHOP. Now, we’re flippin’ our name to IHOb. Find out what it could b on 6.11.18. #IHOb — IHOb (@IHOb) June 4, 2018 So like is this when Prince changed his name to symbol, (he was…

Vince Vaughn

Actor Vince Vaughn Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI In California

Vince Vaughn was arrested early on Sunday in the Los Angeles area for allegedly drunk driving and resisting arrest. The 48-year-old was stopped at a sobriety checkpoint just after 1 a.m. and taken into custody by Manhattan Beach police, reports say. He was booked into jail around 4 a.m. and charged with driving under the influence and for resisting, delaying…

Nolan Dugas

Longtime Cajun Musician Nolan Dugas Passes at 81

Longtime Cajun musician and songwriter Nolan Dugas passed away Saturday, June 9, 2018. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 in the Sunrise Chapel at Walters Funeral Home. Father Gary Schexnayder will officiate the ceremony. Several in the Musical community took to Facebook with tributes on Sunday for the…

Anthony Bourdain

CNN’s Anthony Bourdain Dead at 61

Anthony Bourdain, a gifted storyteller and writer who took CNN viewers around the world, has died. He was 61. CNN confirmed Bourdain’s death on Friday and said the cause of death was suicide. In 2013, Peabody Award judges honored Bourdain and “Parts Unknown” for “expanding our palates and horizons in equal measure.” “He’s irreverent, honest,…

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  • Narrative Four Workshop June 23, 2018
    People from all over the world are in Arnaudville learning about the various cultures of south Louisiana. This is a part of the narrative four workshop being led by former Louisiana Poet Laureate Darrel Bourque. The focus is on how immigration affects our lives.
    Phillip Boudreaux
  • Social media day after party June 23, 2018
    Today marked the third annual social media day  in Lafayette. Several Acadiana agencies  joined together to teach both beginners and experts about social media through presentations, workshops, and networking activities with accomplished speakers and marketing professionals. The free event wrapped up with a well-deserved break at the Wurst Biergarten.
  • Renew campagin for NUNU’S June 23, 2018
    Nunu’s is seeking the public’s help in rebuilding it’s performing arts center. The original structure burned down back in February after a driver crashed into it. The goal is to add two extra wings to the original building. Anyone who is interested in helping out can click the link below.
  • Eunice K-9 officer laid to rest June 23, 2018
    Eunice police is mourning one of their own tonight. Zeus, a retired K-9 officer, was laid to rest today. The 11-year-old Belgian Malinois died unexpectedly yesterday. Zeus was a highly-successful narcotics and tracking K-9 officer who also appeared on television and movies. He can be seen in 2013 Olympus has fallen and an upcoming USA […]
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Acadiana day camp June 23, 2018
    A group of 30 kids were treated to a fun-filled and educational day at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Acadiana’s summer day camp today. The children enjoyed a tour of the Children’s Museum, had lunch and got a VIP visit to a special art project at the Acadiana Center for the Arts. Christie Howard, volunteer […]
  • Verot School Road construction UPDATE June 23, 2018
    The construction along Verot School Road is nearing completion. A spokesman tells News 15 they are in the middle of the most difficult part of the project, which includes the addition of outside lanes, lighting signals, driveways and ensuring proper drainage.  
  • Louisiana House approves sales tax renewal to avoid steep budget cuts June 22, 2018
    The House erupted into cheers Friday after voting 74-24 to renew 0.45 percent of an expiring penny of sales tax until 2025         
    Paul Braun, Drew White and Tryfon Boukouvidis, LSU Manship School News Service
  • Vermilion Parish teacher wins state agriculture award June 22, 2018
    It all started with horseback riding lessons in a sugarcane field.  Little did Donaldsonville native Jamie Lee know that those lessons were the beginning of a journey that would lead her to win the 2018 Louisiana Farm Bureau Excellence in Agriculture award. Lee was given that honor Thursday night at the 96th Annual Convention of the […]
  • Vermilion Parish deputies investigating early morning homicide June 22, 2018
    Deputies in Vermilion Parish are investigating the death of an Abbeville man as a homicide, according to Vermilion Parish Sheriff Mike Couvillion. Stephain Brailey, 24, of Abbeville. was found dead around 6:30 Friday morning on the shoulder of Lormand Road just south of Maurice. Officers said Brailey suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the body. Couvillon […]
  • Teen arrested in Willow Park shooting June 22, 2018
    A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with a shooting that occurred Thursday at the Willow Park Apartments complex. A Lafayette Police spokesman says the suspect is being charged with attempted second-degree murder and aggravated battery. Because the suspect is a minor, his identity is not being released. The shooting occurred around 3:15 Thursday […]
  • LDWF accepting applications for 2018 White Lake WCA lottery teal hunts June 22, 2018
    The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is accepting applications for the 2018 lottery teal hunts on the White Lake Wetlands Conservation Area (WCA) in Vermilion Parish through July 25. Available hunting dates include Saturday, Sept. 15; Sunday, Sept. 16; Tuesday, Sept. 18; Thursday, Sept. 20; Saturday, Sept. 22; Sunday, Sept. 23; Wednesday, Sept. […]
  • Millionaire's charmed life implodes in bizarre kidnapping plot June 22, 2018
    Lafayette millionaire accused of kidnapping wife in bizarre plot that left two men dead         
    Amanda McElfresh, Lafayette Daily Advertiser
  • MoviePass rolls out surge pricing June 22, 2018
    Starting this summer, you could see higher prices for movies at peak times.         
    Wochit, Wochit
  • PHOTOS: Kevin Naquin entertains at Acadiana Roots June 22, 2018
  • Superintendent responds to Lafayette Parish teacher's lawsuit June 22, 2018
    The lawsuit alleges violations of a Louisiana personnel records law         
    Amanda McElfresh, Lafayette Daily Advertiser
  • House rejects bill to extend half-cent sales tax June 22, 2018
    The House on Thursday rejected a bill that would have extended a half-cent of sales tax that Gov. John Bel Edwards has said is needed to avoid significant budget cuts.         
    Drew White and Tryfon Boukouvidis, LSU Manship School News Service
  • Who wins and loses with sales tax revenue? June 22, 2018
    A clearer picture emerged Thursday about the winners and losers in the most recent shuffling of how the Legislature would divide the revenue from extending four-tenths of a cent of sales tax.         
    Paul Braun and Tryfon Boukouvidis, LSU Manship School News Service
  • Bingo marathon brings dozens together for Alzheimer's awareness June 21, 2018
    Organizers are awaiting verification of the game being a Guinness World Record         
    Amanda McElfresh, Lafayette Daily Advertiser
  • University Avenue, Pinhook Road lane closures announced June 21, 2018
    Lane closures on University Avenue, Pinhook Road and elsewhere are coming.         
    Claire Taylor, Lafayette Daily Advertiser
  • PHOTOS: Crowley nursing home goes for Bingo world record June 21, 2018

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  • Keuchel's strong outing isn't enough vs. KC June 23, 2018
    Astros reliever Ken Giles gave up a go-ahead triple in the ninth inning to Rosell Herrera -- who robbed Alex Bregman of a home run an inning earlier -- to allow Royals to snap a nine-game losing streak with a 1-0 win at Minute Maid Park.
  • Astros sign Draft picks Schroeder, McKenna June 23, 2018
    The Astros announced they signed second-round pick Jayson Schroeder, a right-handed pitcher, and fourth-round pick Alex McKenna, an outfielder, on Friday. The club has signed each of its top 10 selections and 26 of 40 selections overall in the 2018 MLB Draft.
  • McCullers eyes continued success vs. Royals June 22, 2018
    Astros right-hander Lance McCullers Jr. (8-3, 3.77 ERA) gets the start at 6:15 p.m. CT on Saturday against the Royals at Minute Maid Park on FOX. McCullers is facing Kansas City for the second start in a row, having allowed two earned runs and striking out nine batters in six innings on Sunday at Kauffman […]
  • Mainieri Begins USA Coaching Assignment on Sunday June 22, 2018
    LSU coach Paul Mainieri will arrive on Sunday at the USA Baseball training center in Cary, N.C., to begin his assignment as head coach of the 2018 USA Collegiate National Team.
  • Keuchel staying the course through struggles June 22, 2018
    Dallas Keuchel is asked about keeping his sanity as he deals with a lack of success when, in large part, he's doing the things he's supposed to do. He has lacked some of the pinpoint control and crispness of, say, his 2015 Cy Young season. But his 4-8 record and 4.15 ERA do not completely […]
  • Jesse's Circle of Champions donates 20k for Football Camp June 22, 2018
    Jesse James, a long-time McNeese supporter and a member of the McNeese Hall of Honor, presented a check to Cowboys' head coach Lance Guidry for $20,000 for the upcoming football camps.
  • McNeese Announces 2018 Soccer Schedule June 22, 2018
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  • Tucker goes yard for Fresno June 22, 2018
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Thursday.
  • Cesar sets Texas League hit streak record June 22, 2018
    Astros prospect Randy Cesar set a new Texas League record by hitting safely in his 38th consecutive game for Double-A Corpus Christi on Thursday night against Frisco.
  • Inbox: Concern over Morton's control lapses? June 21, 2018
    In the latest Inbox, beat reporter Brian McTaggart looks at Charlie Morton's recent wildness, AJ Reed's status and more.
  • Pressing question facing the Astros June 21, 2018
    Now that the season is close to reaching the midway point in the schedule -- the non-waiver Trade Deadline six weeks away -- most teams have a pretty good idea of where they stand in terms of contention. That makes it a good time to take stock and ask some serious questions moving forward.
  • Summer Baseball Leagues Keep Lions Sharp June 21, 2018
    HAMMOND, La. – For more than half of the returning players on the Southeastern Louisiana roster, competitive baseball continues into the summer months.
  • Verlander, Cole dominating with 4-seamers June 21, 2018
    Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole have become a pair of aces for an Astros pitching staff that looks historically great. One of the keys to their dominance with Houston: A focus on four-seam fastballs. Statcast breaks down how Verlander and Cole are using their four-seamers to dominate hitters and induce a ton of weak contact.
  • John Lemke takes aim at US Outdoor Championships June 21, 2018
    LAKE CHARLES –John Lemke, McNeese's record holder in the triple jump, will compete at the 2018 USATF Outdoor Championships on Friday, becoming the first Cowboy or Cowgirl track and field athlete to participate at the national championships since 2012.
  • Astros hit 4 HRs, become 1st in MLB to 50 wins June 21, 2018
    The defending World Series-champion Astros became the first team in the Majors to reach 50 wins behind four solo homers, including three consecutive shots in the sixth inning, and six innings of one-run ball from Charlie Morton in a win over the Rays. Jose Altuve homered twice, while George Springer and Alex Bregman also went […]
  • All-Star leader Altuve caps Astros' 3 straight HRs June 21, 2018
    When All-Star second baseman Jose Altuve stepped to the plate in the sixth inning of Wednesday night's 5-1 win over the Rays, the sellout crowd at Minute Maid Park was still buzzing from the last two batters' homers.
  • Kemp selling 'Hugs for Homers' shirts for charity June 21, 2018
    Astros infielder/outfielder Tony Kemp has taken his "Hugs for Homers" campaign to new levels by helping get T-shirts made that depict him in the arms of slugger Evan Gattis.
  • Football Caravan Radio Event to be Held at Walk On's in Metairie June 20, 2018
    BATON ROUGE – The LSU Tiger Football Caravan, featuring head coach Ed Orgeron along with offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger and defensive coordinator Dave Aranda, will make its final tour stop next Thursday, June 28 at the Walk-On's in Metairie.
  • Watson Wins Gold Glove Award June 20, 2018
    LSU sophomore centerfielder Zach Watson was named to the 2018 ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove Award Team.
  • LC Memorial Foundation Donates 15kfor Smart Helmet Tech. June 20, 2018
    LAKE CHARLES – The Lake Charles Memorial Foundation presented a check for $15,000 to Riddell on Wednesday morning that will be used to equip every McNeese football helmet with the Riddell InSite Training Tool, which is the leading impact monitoring system in football.

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