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St. George petition will not be submitted for November election

A spokesman for the incorporation effort of the City of St. George told FOX44 that the petition of signatures to get the issue on the November ballot will not be turned in tomorrow. Tomorrow is the deadline.

Researchers say exercise desks could be the future of desk jobs

Losing weight is hard when you work a 9 to 5, especially when you're stuck, sitting at a desk for most of that time.

Former White House intern teaches LA kids to save wetlands

New Orleans, LA (WGNO) -- Happy Johnson is a former White House intern who also helped drive an Emergency Response vehicle in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

VIDEO: grass 'floats' from heavy rainfall in north Alabama

We've never seen anything like this – have you? It looks like someone is 'surfing' on sod that got a heavy dose of rain on Friday.

Congressman introduces bill to improve healthcare access for LA veterans

Congressman Charles Boustany of South Louisiana has introduced the Local Care for Veterans Act (H.R. 5097), which would allow South Louisiana veterans to receive medical care from local, non-VA providers.

Firefighters working on fire at Savoy Plaza on Wooddale

Firefighters began working a fire at the Savoy Plaza apartment complex at 520 Wooddale Boulevard around 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday. The fire is out, but responders are now trying to control the smoke.

Shreveport tries new humane strategy to control cat population

Most cats brought to Caddo Parish Animal Services won't ever leave. Chances are they'll be put down. This year more that 76% of the cats brought in to Caddo's Animal Services have been euthanized.

New Orleans bars go smoke-free for one week

NEW ORLEANS, La. (WGNO) - -- Bars across New Orleans are going smoke free. It's a movement Louisiana smokers may have to get used to.

Three New Mexico teens charged with killing homeless men

Three teens admitted to police they attacked two homeless men who were found dead in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Saturday, police said.

Hopkins to pay $190 million after doctor secretly photographed patients

Johns Hopkins Health System has agreed to pay $190 million to settle the case of a gynecologist who secretly photographed and recorded his patients.