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Located on the West Gulf Coastal Plain, the Vermilion River runs through its center. The city's economy was primarily based on agriculture until the 1940s, when the petroleum and natural gas industry became dominant. Lafayette is the center of the Cajun culture in Louisiana and the U.S. Lafayette has a strong tourism industry because of the Cajun and Creole cultures of the surrounding region.

Population: 113656
Local Newspapers: The Daily Advertiser
Local Sports Teams: University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Ragin' Cajuns)
Local Colleges: University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Zip Codes associated with lafayette, louisiana: 70501 70503 70506 70507 70508 70520 70529 70583
Towns/Cities near lafayette, louisiana : Breaux Bridge Carencro Scott Broussard Youngsville St Martinville Duson Opelousas

Lafayette News
EU needs to do good homework to attract more Chinese visitors

The flagship store of Galeries Lafayette is located on Boulevard Haussmann in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, France. [Photo/VCG] China and the European Union are scheduled to launch the "Year of Tourism" in Venice this week in a bid to further accelerate the two-way flow of travelers and boost their respective tourism sectors.

Bishop J. Douglas Deshotel writes letter on racism in the United States

LAFAYETTE, La. Bishop Douglas Deshotel has written a letter on racism that was read at all masses this weekend.

Community members speak out on Lafayette Parish double homicide investigation

Two men were found dead in separate locations; one in Lafayette and the other in Broussard. Broussard Police Chief, Brannon Decou, confirmed that these two homicide investigations are related.

Officer who handcuffed teacher at board meeting 'needs training,' she says

The city deputy marshal who handcuffed a teacher this week during a Louisiana school board meeting should be trained, the teacher said. "He needs training," Deyshia Hargrave, who teaches at Rene A. Rost Middle School in Kaplan, Louisiana, told The Associated Press Thursday before a rally in her behalf.

Shared roots inspire TV news women

Marcelle Fontenot, Jazmin Thibodeaux, and Darla Montgomery, Opelousas natives who are all news anchors in the Lafayette TV market. Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018.

Louisiana female lawmakers: Misconduct policies have gaps

Louisiana's female lawmakers said Friday that they want to tighten policies in the state Capitol for handling sexual-misconduct allegations, calling it their duty to make sure people who work in the building are protected from mistreatment. "The people of Louisiana deserve to be assured that this issue is not being pushed aside," said Rep. Helena Moreno, a New Orleans Democrat.

Police suspect murders in Lafayette and Broussard are related

LAFAYETTE PARISH, La. Lafayette Police are working along with Broussard Police on the pair of homicides that happened in both cities.

Lafayette woman admits stealing $1.5 million from oil company

Susan M. Benoit, 54, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Patrick Hanna to two counts of wire fraud. The plea will become final after it is accepted by U.S. District Judge Dee D. Drell.

Vermilionville wants you to know: They're not the school board

Since the incident this week at a Vermilion Parish School Board meeting, the Bayou Vermilion District has felt the brunt of nastiness from people who apparently aren't aware of the difference. Bayou Vermilion District, commonly known as BVD, located in Lafayette, has been mistakenly blamed and brutally bashed on social media for an incident that occurred at a Vermilion Parish School Board meeting on Monday, January 8th in Abbeville.

Flu in La.: 'Worst I've ever seen,' hundreds may die

Louisiana is suffering its worst flu season in decades and perhaps ever with hundreds of deaths likely, the state's immunization director said. "I've been doing this job for 20 years and I've never seen the flu season here so aggressive so early," Dr. Frank Welch of the Louisiana Department of Health said in an interview with USA Today Network.

Major makeover planned for Lafayettea s Oil Center

LAFAYETTE, La. There has been talk for years about the Oil Center getting a major facelift.

Renovations underway for Broadmoor Street fire station

Renovations are underway for the fire station on Broadmoor Street in Lafayette. Firefighters have been relocated to another station on Johnston Street and are expected to return early March.

Digital exhibit highlights the lives and legacies of UL Lafayette's leaders

When Zack Stein began planning a digital exhibit about the six presidents who've led the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, he confronted 120 years of historical materials. He first confronted more than 2,000 cubic feet of official documents and hundreds of other items related to the presidents' personal lives housed in the University Archives and Acadiana Manuscript Collection, part of the Special Collections division of Edith Garland Dupr Library.

Storms Likely Later Today

Another foggy start to the morning, as visibility has once again dropped to 1/4 mile over many areas. Light mist and drizzle will accompany the fog.

Diocese celebrates 100 years

The Diocese of Lafayette is celebrating a milestone in 2018. It was 100 years ago tomorrow that Catholics in South Louisiana, formerly part of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, received a Papal Bull declaring the creation of the Diocese of Lafayette.

The Lauren-Reilly Eliot Theatre Company to present "Fences" Jan 12th through 21st

The Lauren-Reily Eliot Theatre Company will present the Pulitzer Prize winning play "Fences" written by August Wilson at Cite Des Arts in Downtown Lafayette from Friday, January 12th to Sunday, January 21st A preview performance of the show will be held on Thursday, January 11th at 7:30 pm.

School board gets death threats after teacher handcuffed after questioning pay raise

Deyshia Hargrave was removed from the Vermilion Parish School Board meeting after she questioned the new contract for superintendent. The President of the Vermilion Parish, Louisiana school board says teacher Deyshia Hargrave was not following meeting rules when she was handcuffed, removed and jailed on Monday night.

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