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New Iberia is located in southern Louisiana, just 30 miles south of Lafayette. It was named "Nueva Iberia" by Spanish settlers in honor of the Iberian Peninsula, the peninsula where Spain is located. When the land was controlled by the French it was called "Nouvelle Iberie" and after the Louisiana Purchase, Americans called it "New Town." However, when the town was incorporated in 1847, perhaps as a way to preserve its history, the town was named New Iberia.

Population: 32623
Local Newspapers: The Daily Iberian
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints New Orleans Pelicans
Local Colleges: South Louisiana Community College

Zip Codes associated with new iberia, louisiana: 70518 70560 70563
Towns/Cities near new iberia, louisiana : Jeanerette Lydia Delcambre Loreauville St Martinville Broussard Youngsville

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Analysis: Relations frayed heading into tax overhaul debate

The just-ended special legislative session, called to close a more than $300 million deficit, had so many teeth-gnashing, meltdown-threatening moments that it raises questions about the possibility of success heading into the far trickier legislative session that begins in April. In that upcoming session, Gov. John Bel Edwards and lawmakers want to tackle one of the most difficult of legislative subjects: redesigning the state's tax structure.

Police Reports

St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported the following arrests: Jeffry Norris, 36, of Lafayette, was arrested Thursday at 7:13 a.m. on a failure to appear warrant on charges of speeding and suspended license.

Governor Treen brought sunshine to Louisiana governmental conservatism

Dave Treen was sworn in as Louisiana's Governor 37 years ago. Anyone who knew him noted what a nice guy he was.

Special session wraps up, lawmakers agree on budget

The big issue involved the state's rainy day fund. At the start of the session 10 days ago, Gov. Edwards proposed taking $119 million from the rainy day fund.

Farm, forestry money was a target in Louisiana House of Representatives

Two pieces of legislation introduced in the Louisiana House of Representatives during the special session raised concerns among agricultural interests and created doubt about the security of public money for agriculture . House Bill 5 by Rep. Rick Edmonds, R- Baton Rouge , and House Concurrent Resolution 1 by House Speaker Taylor Barras, R- New Iberia , would move money from many funds -- including those that affect the agriculture industry -- into the general fund or use the money to pay down state debt.

Strand to host Cajun Squeezebox Shootout

The Historic Strand Theatre in downtown Jennings will host the Twelfth Annual Cajun Squeezebox Shootout Accordion Championship on Saturday, Feb. 25. Accordion players of all age ranges will perform to the public at no charge, as well as a humorous performance from well-known Cajun Comedian Mr. Kent Gonsoulin, who is a native of New Iberia. The Squeezebox Shootout has enjoyed consistent success since its first year, bringing people from several different states down to south Louisiana to experience the Cajun culture.

The Rundown: Clock winding down on Louisiana Legislature's special session

As Rep. Lance Harris, R-Alexandria, left, and Rep. Polly Thomas, R-Metairie, right, watch, House Spreaker Taylor Barras, R-New Iberia, center, appears before the Senate Finance Committee to present his House Concurrent Resolution 1 that would help in the effort to close the budget deficit Tuesday Feb. 21, 2017, in Baton Rouge, La. Today in The Rundown: The clock is ticking on a deficit-closing budget deal; a date has been set for the special election to replace Troy Brown in the Senate; State Police probe grabs the governor's attention; and more.

Taylor Barras, John Alario, and Jay Dardenne

The outline of a deal to fix the state's $304 million shortfall exists, but the question remains as to whether enough members of the House will vote for it. The sticking point remains the Rainy Day Fund, with lawmakers are divided on about how much to use.

SNAP Shelter in New Iberia closing

A press release from the Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence revealed the closure of SNAP, also known as the Safety Net for Abused Persons in New Iberia and St. Martin parishes. The closing of the shelter that serves victims from Iberia and St. Martin parishes means several victims would now be seeking shelter, had it not been for Chez Hope, a domestic violence program based in St. Mary parish.

New Iberia domestic violence shelter closes

Safety Net for Abused Persons closed its doors last week because of funding issues. A recent audit revealed SNAP, which serviced Iberia and St. Martin parishes, was operating with a $12,000 deficit.

New Iberia council to discuss sheriff's contract

The New Iberia City Council plans to discuss its contract with the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office at their regular meeting tonight. Among the items up for discussion at tonight's meeting are the renewal or options open to the council in its contract with the sheriff.

What if the Louisiana Legislature fails to eliminate the $304 million deficit?

The Louisiana Legislature was getting closer to an agreement Monday on erasing state government's $304 million midyear deficit after a week of negotiations. The lawmakers' special session to rebalance the budget must end by Wednesday at midnight, leaving them less than three days to finazlie a deal.

Fragile deal struck on budget, Rainy Day

Fragile deal struck on budget, Rainy Day Deal hinges on Senate passing a resolution by House Speaker Taylor Barras, R-New Iberia. Check out this story on dailyworld.com: http://tnsne.ws/2loyOLI BATON ROUGE - Gov. John Bel Edwards and lawmakers struck a fragile compromise here Monday that would close Louisiana's midyear budget deficit with minimal cuts by withdrawing nearly $100 million from the state's Rainy Day Fund.

House Appropriations agrees with plan to free up funds in Louisiana budget next year

Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget Vice-Chairman Rep. Cameron Henry, R-Metairie, addresses a question to Gov. John Bel Edwards, before presentation of the Governor's plan to address the $304 million budget deficit for the current year, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget Vice-Chairman Rep. Cameron Henry, R-Metairie, addresses a question to Gov. John Bel Edwards, before presentation of the Governor's plan to address the $304 million budget deficit for the current year, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017.

Big changes for Louisiana's Child Care Assistance Program

The Louisiana Department of Education today announced changes to the eligibility requirements for the Child Care Assistance Program , which provides federal funds to help low-income families pay for child care while working or attending school or training. The changes enable more working families in Louisiana to access child care assistance.

Police: 3 conspired in theft at Broussard Walmart

A cashier reported that a white male approached the register and demanded all of the money in the register and the cashier complied. Investigators learned that no weapon was produced and that the suspect only told the cashier to give him the money .

Since the flood, United Way of Iberia assisted close to 700 households with shelter and recovery

The St. Edwards subdivision in New Iberia was one of the hardest hit in Iberia Parish during the historic flood of 2016. Six months later, many residents are back in their homes but the rebuilding process is still underway.

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