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Alligator captured in Chicago's O'Hare Airport

Carrying an alligator bag on an airline flight is fine, but live alligators are banned from boarding. That might explain why a toothy reptile was slithering around Chicago's O'Hare International Airport on Friday.

Greater Baton Rouge State Fair official say fair will be open Sunday

Offiicals with The Greater Baton Rouge State Fair issued a response Sunday after a shooting at the fairgrounds Saturday. Cliff Barton, with The Greater Baton Rouge State Fair said:

San Fran to be turned into Gotham City for 'Batkid'

A 5-year-old boy named Miles doesn't know it yet, but he's about to have a big day of crime fighting ahead of him.

Boston Red Sox parade reclaims marathon finish line

Six months ago, the finish line of the Boston Marathon was a scene of smoke, blood and death.

Faith, Family, and Fun Day event draws big crowd

BREC'S Howell Park was filled with music, and a message Saturday let's stop the violence. Families in North Baton Rouge got a change to worship, dine, and have some fun all while helping promote stopping crime.

Louisiana Book Festival draws big crowds

Lovers of books and the magic of reading packed Capitol Park in Baton Rouge Saturday. It's all part of the tenth annual Louisiana Book Festival. Local and national authors were on hand to sign there works.

Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office investigates fatal motocycle crash

Sheriff Louis Ackal advises that on November 2, 2013 at approximately 2:38 a.m. deputies with the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office responded to vehicle fatality near the intersection of East St.

Day after shooting, all terminals reopen as LAX works to get back to normal

Los Angeles International Airport completed the reopening of all its terminals early Saturday afternoon, when business finally resumed at the terminal where a TSA officer was fatally shot a day earlier.

Questions, concerns raised about take-over charter

Five new charter organizations are poised to take-over some of Baton Rouge's most difficult schools, a closer look at the track records of those charters shows at least one has been denied in Louisiana already.

Shelby Holmes: remembered and celebrated by hundreds

Hundreds gathered Friday to remember and celebrate the life of Shelby Homes. He was a stat man for McKinley high sports and a former LSU intern. He was gunned down 2 weeks ago, a half-mile from his home in old south Baton Rouge.