Two children in Baton Rouge being treated for Enterovirus

Centers for Disease Control officials and officials with Our Lady of the Lake Hospital in Baton Rouge confirm two children are being treated for Enterovirus D68.

Glen Oaks residents resolve street lighting issue

Glen Oaks residents are shining a spotlight on crime in their neighborhood. They say they live in a constant fear of danger and are too afraid to leave their homes. They blame a lack of proper street lighting for the ongoing violence.

Sorrento Mayor and Chief of Police candidate at odds over Sorrento PD

"I don't care how big your police department is, you're still going to have some bad apples and there's nothing you can do about that. You address when you come along."

2 Gonzales men arrested on child sex charges

Two Gonzales men are now in jail for having sex with teenage girls. The men, who brought the girls and drugs to their house, are also in jail.

Officials: new health district to bring more options to BR

Baton Rouge could get a new medical school! It's all part of the Baton Rouge Area Foundation's master plan to put the city on the "healthcare map."

LPSO: Man uses credit card shortly after it was reported stolen

Deputies need your help identifying a white man who used a stolen credit card in Livingston Parish.

Convicted felon wanted by APSO on weapons charges

Ascension Parish authorities are currently searching for a convicted felon who is wanted on weapons charges in.

UPS plans huge boost in holiday hiring

UPS is going to make it a happy holiday for lots of people looking for work. The parcel delivery service plans to hire up to 95,000 seasonal employees this holiday season, nearly double last year's total of 55,000.

Adrian Peterson: Not a child abuser, but sorry about 'hurt I have brought' to son

Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson said Monday that he is "not a perfect parent, but I am, without a doubt, not a child abuser."

Wildfires threaten thousands in Northern California

Wildfires raced across Northern California overnight, charring at least 9,000 acres and forcing thousands from their homes, fire officials said.