COVID-19 has created a whole new avenue for scammers to steal from you. News 10's Sylvia Masters joins the Better Business Bureau's Chris Babin to look at some of the most prevalent scams residents have faced this month. How can you keep yourself safe?
On this edition of Cajun Nation, George Faust discusses:
- UL Baseball & Softball in Sunbelt Conference play
- Week 3 of UL Spring Football
- UL Women's Basketball & their outstanding 2021 campaign
- STM Head Basketball Coach Danny Broussard joins the show
In today's podcast, News 10's Tracy Wirtz and Darla Montgomery sit down with three of our finalists for our 2021 Remarkable Women campaign. Carol Trosclair, Morgan Olivier, and Pat Mason-Guillory -- entrepreneurs and volunteers that make a real difference in Acadiana -- all share their stories.
Acadia Parish Sheriff K.P. Gibson is in his fifth year as the parish's chief law enforcement officer. News 10's Dalfred Jones talks with Gibson about teen gun crime, the challenges of expanding a small department and what community policing means for Acadia Parish.
George Faust and Madeline Adams talk UL Women's Basketball as they square off with Colorado in the 1st Round of the WNIT Tournament. Also, an inside look at the 2021 Ragin' Cajuns football program as Spring Football kicks off in Acadiana. Later in the show George Faust sits down with UL Athletics Director Bryan Maggard for a conversation on spring sports.
Law enforcement officers across America are coming under greater and greater scrutiny -- especially in regards to race. But what is it actually like to be Black AND be a police officer. News 10's Darla Montgomery goes in-depth with five retired Louisiana officers, and their stories will shock and surprise you.
It's been one year since the world first shut down for the coronavirus. News 10's Tracy Wirtz sits down for an exclusive interview with Louisiana Office of Public Health Region 4 Medical Director Dr. Tina Stefanski to discuss the triumphs and the sorrows of COVID-19 after one year.
News 10's Dalfred Jones sits down for an in-depth, exclusive interview with new Lafayette Police Chief Thomas Glover, Sr., discussing his plans, his philosophies and his insights as the city’s first African-American police chief.