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Already snowed under, Buffalo braces for up to 3 feet more

Enough already. Shivering under up to 6 feet of snow in its hardest-hit sections, Buffalo, New York, may see another 3 feet Thursday.

Chlorine burn continues in St. John Parish until final tests completed

The 60-day mandatory chlorine burn period is over in St. John the Baptist Parish, but chlorine levels will stay high for the next couple weeks.

Small Businesses expect big holiday sales

According to a quarterly survey by Capital One, small businesses expect strong holiday sales.

Louisiana State Police help boy live his dream

The Louisiana State Police made a young boys dream come true.

New Roads mayor under investigation

 The mayor of New Roads is in hot water tonight for allegedly racking up more than $100,000 personal charges at the city's expense.

Family of twelve left homeless after fire

A family of 12 is homeless tonight after the home they were renting caught on fire.

Business owners react to traffic issues on Essen

 If you use Essen lane on your daily commute, you usually find yourself in a wall of traffic. "Around 4 to 6,  7  there is usually a lot of traffic," said Ed Bun, owner of Ed's Donuts on Essen Lane.

Civil rights leader Al Sharpton argues $4.5 million owed in taxes

Civil rights leader Al Sharpton sharply denounced an extensive New York Times report that he and his companies are subject to $4.5 million in current state and federal tax liens.

The Louisiana Mermaid is making a splash in Livingston Parish

We first introduced you to Venessa, "The Louisiana Mermaid" over the summer. Since then, she's been swimming her tail off, making appearances all over South Louisiana.

How to change your smoke alarm battery

We all know how annoying smoke alarms can be. But, they’re our life line when it comes to household fires.