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LA scores 5/10 for ability to counter infectious diseases

According to a report released by the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), Louisiana is only about halfway to being fully prepared for an infectious disease outbreak.

Iberville couple gets an early Christmas surprise

An Iberville Parish couple got an early Christmas gift. Their baby girl came two months early. Get this, she wasn't born at a hospital, but in the back of her dad's car.

Pop-Star to headline 2014 benefit concert

Oregon born pop-star Mat Kearney, will be headlining a concert in 2014.

Entergy Customers projected to save $1.4B after MISO integration

On Wednesday, Dec. 19, the Entergy utility operating companies completed the integration of their transmission system into the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO), an organization based in Carmel Indiana.

Southeastern 1 of 49 schools extending AACSB accreditation in Business, Accounting

Southeastern Louisiana University is one of the 49 schools extending business or accounting accreditations as announced by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Deputies: Missing Anderson teen staged kidnapping to see friends

The family of a teen who went missing in Anderson County said the girl was home safe Sunday morning after deputies said she staged her disappearance.

EBR Christmas Tree recycling begins Dec. 26.

The 2013-2014 Christmas tree recycling program will offer curbside collection of trees this year for East Baton Rouge residents, except in Baker and Zachary. Several drop-off locations will also be available.

Dardenne plans to seek alternative production options for Duck Dynasty family

The Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana, Jay Dardenne (R), announced on Saturday, Dec.

Obamacare enrollment: Deadline to sign up for January 1 coverage is here

Time's almost up. Monday is the deadline tor residents of most states to sign up for Obamacare if they want coverage starting January 1. And that's a big deal -- for two reasons:

Body of Central man recovered from Bayou Pigeon

Personnel and volunteers with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries discovered the body of a Central man on Sunday morning, Dec. 22, in Iberia Parish’s Bayou Pigeon.