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Surveillance cameras may soon protect the most vulnerable children in Louisiana schools. [Read More]
A private drive between duplexes... [Read More]
A private drive between duplexes... [Read More]
More than a dozen alleged drug dealers... More than a dozen alleged drug dealers arrested in 8-month investigation PLAQUEMINE- The Iberville... [Read More]
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Instead of the traditional wedding march, imagine walking down the aisle to the sounds of tropical birds, roaring tigers, and howling monkeys. ... [Read More]
Authorities are investigating the area where a body was found in the Mississippi River Wednesday evening. ... [Read More]
More than 200 Louisiana state troopers have been sent to the New Orleans area as the Carnival season revs up toward Mardi Gras next week. [Read More]
NEW ORLEANS- A woman was run over and killed by a float Wednesday evening in New Orleans. [Read More]
One parade krewe is starting over as they prepare for the Wearing of the Green parade in Baton Rouge. ... [Read More]
Watch the 2 Your Health report for Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020. [Read More]
BATON ROUGE- With Carnival season here, the only acceptable dessert in the south is king cake. While everyone likes to put their own twist on... [Read More]
Coronavirus research will soon begin on the Northshore to develop a vaccine and treatments against the virus. [Read More]
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Coronavirus vaccine research to begin at Tulane... Coronavirus vaccine research to begin at Tulane on the Northshore More >> ... [Read More]
COVINGTON, LA- Coronavirus research will soon begin on the Northshore to develop a vaccine and treatments against the virus. [Read More]
No one is taking responsibility for a horse left to die and then burned, presumably after its death, in a Scotlandville vacant lot. [Read More]
Authorities are looking for a man with a mental illness who hasn't been seen for several months. [Read More]
VENICE, LA- Chef Gordon Ramsay and his television crew stopped by a small seafood restaurant Tuesday in Venice, Louisiana. [Read More]
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