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New information in Opelousas High trainer-student sexual relationship
OPELOUSAS, La. (KLFY) - Loralyn Huval, 28, has been accused and confessed to being sexually involved with a 17-year-old female student at Opelousas High School. While there's no exact timeframe of how long this relationship carried out, but "it didn't just start yesterday," Opelousas Police Chief Do
Tatum delivers farewell address: 'It's been a long, hard road'
Reggie Tatum ended his final meeting as the Opelousas mayor on Tuesday night by delivering a farewell address in which he claimed his political opponents and at least one media outlet harassed and bullied him throughout much of his four-year term.
Opelousas Children's Christmas Parade postponed
The parade is rescheduled to take place Dec. 20 at 6 p.m in downtown Opelousas. The 2018 Opelousas Children's Christmas Parade has been postponed due to predicted rain in the forecast.
Group promising massive redevelopment in Opelousas claims to have loan secured
The group promising massive redevelopment in Opelousas returned to the city this week, claiming before the City Council they had secured a $4 billion loan for a new airport, manufacturing plant and a “smart city,” among other projects.
Mayor says Richard's Cajun Foods expansion will put Church Point on the map
Richard's Cajun Foods is expanding in the Town of Church Point. Governor John Bel Edwards and Richard's Cajun Foods Inc. President Ronnie Doucet announced that the company will invest $2.7 million to relocate some production and administrative functions and expand the company's operations there.
Bright future still ahead for Kylie Frey
Opelousas singer eliminated in “Real Country” finale. Kylie Frey was eliminated Tuesday night in the finals of “Real Country,” a new music series on USA Network. But the singer from Opelousas may have already won in other ways.
Opelousas man: God gave me the power to heal people
NOTE: The video above is not related to this story. It chronicles the journey of a woman who claims miraculous healing after being given 4 days to live. Divine intervention is something that can't really be explained — but for hundreds of years, humans have sworn by their stories of miraculous heali
Bomb threats reported across Louisiana; Jefferson sheriff says some part of nationwide hoax
Multiple bomb threats have been reported across Louisiana and some agencies have said they believe some threats are part of a nationwide hoax and do not pose credible danger to the public.
'I've never seen a cop in a bow tie before': Car crash victim questions Chris Eubank's uniform as the boxing legend starts work as a POLICE OFFICER in the US
The former world champion, 52, sported his signature bow tie and showed off his badge while on duty as a city marshal in Opelousas, Louisiana. He was at the scene of a car crash where one of the women involved told him she'd 'never seen a cop in a bow tie before'.
Put Them on Blast: Police Searching for Suspects Who Harassed Black Woman at Louisiana Walmart
Police in West Monroe, La., are searching for two white men who followed and harassed a black woman at a Louisiana Walmart. Because the overpoweringly nosy collective of social media knows all, suspects for the Nov. 29 attack were identified after the release of surveillance footage from the store.
Area High School Basketball Glance
OPELOUSAS CATHOLIC (47) Keon Coleman 14, Ronald Patin 7, James Monroe 8, Donovan Green 2, Matt Courville 2, Caleb Rubin 2, Devin Thierry 12. Totals: 18-36 (1-9) 8-15. ESA (34) Ben Bordes 2, Reuben Egan 11, Henry Shuffler 21. Totals: 6-11 (5-13) 7-8.
Opelousas High school trainer arrested after admitting to having sexual relationship with student
OPELOUSAS, La. (KLFY) - Courtesy: (KLFY) An athletic trainer at Opelousas High School confessed to police Monday that she had sex with a 17-year-old female student, according to Opelousas Police Chief Donald Thompson.
Overnight Shooting in Arnaudville Leaves 2 People Injured
The Saint Landry Parish Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting that left two people injured. Sources tell News 10 that the shooting happened on Thomassee Road in Arnaudville just before midnight.
Opelousas' Kylie Frey could win $100K on 'Real Country' tv show thanks to her vocal coach
Opelousas singer performs in ‘Real Country’ finale Tuesday. When singer Kylie Frey of Opelousas competes for $100,000 Tuesday night on national TV, funeral singer Valerie Andrus will be cheering loudly and proudly. Andrus sang with Frey on Monday at the funeral of her grandfather, Warren Frey, in Mo
Attorney teaches prayers, gratitude in children’s book
Opelousas native Kristi Guillory Reid hosts signings. Kristi Guillory Reid and her husband Efrem enjoy taking their 5-year-old daughter Harper to bookstores. The family trips have helped Harper learn about faith and gratitude.
Saturday's elections result in many changes for govt., law enforcement
Changes in Opelousas municipal government and law enforcement were enacted decisively on Saturday night as voters in the citywide runoff election overwhelmingly chose a new mayor and police chief.
Police: Search for Missing Man in Carencro has Ended
Investigators with the with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office say for now, the search and rescue operation to find this man, 32-year-old Christopher Thibodeaux of Carencro is over.
UPDATE: Husband shoots wife and son, then turns gun on himself
UPDATE: The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office has released the name of victims in Monday night's fatal shooting in Arnaudville. According to Major Eddie Thibodeaux, 42-year-old Damon Knott shot his wife 36-year-old wife Brittany and the couple's 18-year-old son, Logan.
Man arrested after malnourished, dead dogs found on property
A Port Barre man was arrested Dec. 6 after several dead dogs, a dead horse and malnourished dogs were found on his property. According to a press release from the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office, police assisted St. Landry Parish Animal Control in responding to a call about a loose horse on the 1
Check out the prep report for Monday, Dec. 10
Goals: PARKVIEW: Andrew Aucoin (4), Cole Evans (1), Parsa Mavafagh (1). SCORING: JESUIT: Morgan 20, Deblisox 9, Hanutt 9, Washington 8, McMain 7, Brewer 3, Laforte 2, Steele 2, Artgoes 2, Gordon 1; EAST FELICIANA: R. London 11, D. Patin 8, R. White 1.