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RECALL: Chrysler to fix software glitch in more than 140,000 pickups, SUVs

Chrysler is recalling more than 140,000 pickups and SUVs worldwide because of a software glitch. The recall involves 132,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees and nearly 11,000 Rams pickup trucks from model year 2014.

WIC participants may feel some effects from government shutdown

The government shutdown continues, leaving citizens, especially single mothers, with not only questions but some worry as well. Many mothers who used WIC benefits are now looking for new ways to support their children.

Baton Rouge magazine launches to make Louisiana healthier

Louisiana is one of the most obese states in the country, and two local companies want to fight this statistic.

Minions carry Justin Bieber up Great Wall of China

Just when you thought you might enjoy a week without any news of Justin Bieber annoying the world, along comes evidence that the most beloved/disliked self-involved teenager on the planet has broken one of the most sacred unspoken rules of trav

Jobs report could be delayed amid government shutdown

Labor Department officials will still not confirm or deny whether the government's monthly jobs report will be released as scheduled Friday, but other signs point to a delay amid the government shutdown.

EBR among 12 finalists for national prize recognizing strategies to improve health

Largely because of Mayor-President Melvin “Kip” Holden’s Healthy City Initiative, East Baton Rouge Parish is one of 12 communities that have been chosen as a finalist for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s second annua

Car sales slip due to Labor Day timing

Car sales took a step backward in September, although it was a quirk of the calendar more than a change in car buyer demand that was responsible for the decline.

Wells Fargo charged with violating mortgage deal

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is suing Wells Fargo, the nation's largest home lender, alleging that it's violating last year's National Mortgage Settlement, which was reached to deal with a flood of illegal forec

Author Tom Clancy dies at 66

Author Tom Clancy, whose novel, "The Hunt for Red October" propelled him to fame, fortune and status as a favorite storyteller of the American military, has died, according to sources with his publisher and family. He was 66.

Senior couple charged in decades old cold cases

Alice and Gerald Uden seemed the typical family to the outside observer. They raised two children in rural Missouri, kept to themselves and attended church regularly.