Community says local womans dogs need to go, she says shes working on it

A Napoleonville woman is speaking out about the community's concern about her dogs. The neighborhood is fed up with all the problems her animals cause. "I have too many dogs and I know it."

Security experts offer tips of 'Black Friday' shopping

According to the National Retail Federation, consumers are expected to spend 3.9 percent more money on holiday shopping in 2013 than in 2012.

DHH issues emergency rule requiring drinking water systems in Louisiana to raise the level of disinfectant in their water

The Department of Health and Hospitals on Wednesday issued an emergency rule requiring that water systems in the state maintain a higher residual disinfectant level and increase their number of sampling sites by 25 percent.

Burbank Drive to be restriped to add center turn lane; work starts tonight

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced that Burbank Drive, between Nicholson Drive and Burbank Commons Apartments, will be restriped to add a center turn lane.

Istrouma fight turns from grassroots to capitol bound

What started as a grass roots campaign to save Istrouma high school is now gaining ground and support from some big local names. For some it has become a matter of fighting for their community.

SCAM ALERT: Septic tank emptying scammers target elderly

Detectives with the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office Elderly Abuse Protection Unit are investigating a possible scam that was reported on November 6.

Glen Oaks homeowners want to take ownership of their neighborhood

A Glen Oaks pastor wants to make a change in his community. so -- he decided to start a homeowners association. Thursday, he found out if local homeowners want to be a part of his plan.

Section of Hooper Road closed immediately due to collapsed culvert

LA 408 Hooper Road between Carmel Drive and Tanglewood Drive will be closed to one lane of traffic with flaggers starting immediately and moving to a complete shutdown of both lanes later today, November 7.

Bomb threat called into Iberia Parish Middle School

A bomb threat was called into Iberia Middle School on November 6. At approximately 7:48 p.m., deputies with the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office were called in after the school received a bomb threat.

FDA takes first step toward banning trans fats from U.S. foods

The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday took a step toward potentially eliminating trans fats from the food supply with a preliminary determination they are no longer "generally recognized as safe."