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A Baton Rouge teen was arrested in the Tuesday night shooting on Rosenwald Road that left one man dead and another person injured, Baton Rouge... [Read More]
Advocates for survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and child abuse are raising the alarm in Acadiana communities that the coronavirus pandemic may put survivors... [Read More]
A Baton Rouge man is wanted in a homicide investigation for a March shooting. [Read More]
The LHSAA's spring executive committee meeting via conference call lasted more than two hours Wednesday and covered a wide range of items, according to LHSAA... [Read More]
I miss my old friend. [Read More]
Lafayette hospital officials said Wednesday they expect surge plans will meet rising demand for intensive care beds from critical coronavirus patients, as new state data... [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy said widespread use of bloods tests that could detect whether someone already overcame a coronavirus infection, and might have immunity to... [Read More]
Ed Orgeron is back with a brand new PSA, bringing up a question that could soon be held by LSU fans across Louisiana as the... [Read More]
The rate of increase in the number of coronavirus cases in the Baton Rouge area slowed to its lowest level in more than a week... [Read More]
Mary Vernoy, of Metairie, says, "Buck Bertrand's tale of the girl's mom advising her not to come within 10 feet of him (in the Wednesday... [Read More]
Louisiana public school superintendents Wednesday asked Gov. John Bel Edwards to extend his schools closure order through the end of the academic year because of... [Read More]
Aerospace company Leonardo has completed its acquisition of Kopter Group AG, which established a North American home in the former Bell Helicopter facility last year,... [Read More]
Changing times around the Felicianas... [Read More]
It is uncertain when the throng of tourists and buses will return to Rosedown Plantation, but when they do the vast sea of color flowing... [Read More]
A 59-year-man exonerated last year after spending 36 years behind bars for a brutal rape and stabbing in Baton Rouge that he didn't commit is... [Read More]
Families are finding creative ways to fill time while away from normal life. [Read More]
Louisiana has received its share of the federal dollars earmarked for coronavirus-induced unemployment claims and will begin paying out the $600-a-week benefits on Monday, April... [Read More]
While Louisiana continues to shelter at home due to the coronavirus outbreak, members of Tangipahoa Volunteers For Family And Community have still found a way... [Read More]
Three dogs residing at the West Feliciana Animal Shelter are lifelong residents. Fernando, Katie and Pops were born at the shelter nine months ago and... [Read More]
The uncertainty and unpredictability of the novel coronavirus pandemic makes it more challenging for families to plan and reassure their children. In addition, the isolation... [Read More]
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