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Louisiana's Democratic governor and Republican attorney general are trading barbs over the recent extension of a court-order prohibiting executions in the state. Attorney General Jeff... [Read More]
The sign-up period for Louisiana's Nov. 6 primary election started Wednesday and runs through Friday. The top of the ballot will include all six U.S.... [Read More]
One man has been injured after refusing to stop the dirt bike he was driving LSU, according to Baton Rouge Police. [Read More]
Louisiana's health department is reporting that six people in the state have been infected with the mosquito-borne West Nile Virus. They are the first Louisiana... [Read More]
The leader and an important member of a multi-state drug trafficking and dogfighting network based in Baton Rouge have been convicted for their crimes, according... [Read More]
More jobs and investment are coming to North Baton Rouge thanks to Brown Eagle. [Read More]
The Latest on Louisiana's election sign-up period (all times local): 9 a.m. Louisiana's election registration period has opened, with a flurry of candidates... [Read More]
January 13, 1924 March 8, 2018 John Graff Armistead passed away in Baton Rouge, La., at the age of 94. John was born in Roanoke,... [Read More]
Louisiana State University sororities and fraternities have finished implementing recommended changes to end dangerous behavior after a freshman died last year while pledging. The Advocate... [Read More]
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron welcomes Georgia head coach Kirby Smart and his team to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for an Oct. 13 matchup. [Read More]
A Baton Rouge lawyer is requesting to move his client's case to another jurisdiction because the presence of a confederate monument outside the courthouse would... [Read More]
A recent study conducted by data experts ranked Baton Rouge among the least stressful cities in the nation. [Read More]
Baton Rouge's Salvation Army reopened the doors for two of their major programs nearly two years after the August 2016 flooding. [Read More]
July 17th, 2016 was one of Baton Rouge's darkest days. On this day two years ago, a total of six law enforcement members were shot... [Read More]
Former LSU Tiger and Dallas Cowboy Offensive Lineman La 'El Collins Youth Football Camp was a success today in Baton Rouge. [Read More]
Louisiana's civil service board has signed off on pay raises for the state's prison guards. Corrections Secretary Jimmy LeBlanc said the increases are needed to... [Read More]
Louisiana will spend $60 million in oil spill recovery money on recreational projects to bolster boating, fishing and outdoor leisure opportunities across coastal parishes. Gov.... [Read More]
East Baton Rouge Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome and the Baton Rouge Metro Council will host a series of public meetings to provide the public with... [Read More]
Authorities say a man who accidentally shot himself in the leg in Louisiana has injuries that are not considered to be life-threatening. The Baton Rouge... [Read More]
Just about everyone in and around Baton Rouge could tell you what they were doing when they heard the terrible news on July 17, 2016. [Read More]