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Former UL Cajuns star will appear in MLB's All-Star Game

They say hard work pays off in the long run. Well, that fit's former UL baseball player Jonathan Lucroy just right. Tomorrow night for the major league All-Star Game, Lucroy will be the starting catcher for the National Leauge.

Uber app has uber success during first weekend in BR

Adam Berthelot signed up to become an Uber driver because he felt it was a way to make a difference and help people avoid some of the mistakes he's made in the past.

NOLA area law enforcement battling new enemy: language barrier

Detectives working to solve a weekend murder involving the mother of three kidnapped children say they ran into big obstacles due to a language barrier.

Amazon doesn't always have lowest prices

Hunting for deals online typically goes something like this: Go to Amazon.com. Search for your product. Find the cheapest option. Buy.

Mike Huckabee speaks at Angola about prison visitation program

The inmates at Angola Prison spend their daily lives behind bars, but today a few of them had the opportunity to walk freely throughout the prison grounds as part of a special program.

Acadiana's tourism industry is growing

Food, music, culture. These are words so many of us associate with our region of Acadiana. We keep getting national recognitions for the place we call home, and it's making a positive difference.

Reynolds, Lorillard in tobacco merger

Reynolds American and Lorillard announced a $27.4 billion merger on Tuesday that will bring together the No. 2 and No. 3 U.S. cigarette makers. The deal means the Camel and Newport brands will be owned by the same company.

Theme park employees caught in sex stings, child porn arrests

Just days after getting arrested in a child sex sting, Robert Kingsolver is a long way from his beloved job at Walt Disney World.

First group of Hondurans deported from new U.S. facility

The woman's eyes were swollen and red after she got off a plane in this violence-plagued Central American city on Monday.

Tangipahoa 911 launches service that gives deaf community rare access

Imagine being in an emergency, and realizing that you cannot call 911 for help. You want to, but there is no way to tell the dispatcher what's happening.