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Louisiana congressman introduced bill to eliminate government funded oil-paintings

A Louisiana congressman introduced a bill today that would eliminate government funded oil-paintings.

When oversharing online can get you arrested

The five-minute video opens with a man cruising along in his car, cracking open a bottle of what appears to be Beck's beer and taking a swig.

Apple needs the iTV soon

The shine's off the Apple.

Healing in Boston as investigators seek 2 seen near bombing

Boston will pause to mourn, and heal, Thursday after the fatal terror attack on the city's beloved marathon.

'Like a nuclear bomb': Deadly fertilizer plant blast devastates Texas town

The full extent of the devastation will have to wait until the light of day Thursday. But residents of the small Texas town of West already know what to expect.

RSD, parents ask more of each other

The head of the Recovery School District told parents he wants greater involvement from them next year. Superintendent Patrick Dobard began a series of parent meetings with a session at Dalton Elementary Wednesday night.

Baton Rouge marathoner shares Boston Marathon experience

Members of the Varsity Sports/Run Louisiana team who competed in Monday’s Boston Marathon returned home to Baton Rouge Tuesday. Many of them like Erin Oswalt finished the 26.2 mile race before the explosions went off.

IBM holds recruiting session at Southern University

With IBM en route to Baton Rouge, the hiring and recruiting process is well underway. Today, it continued at Southern Univeristy.

Child advocates to visit State Capitol tomorrow

Child Advocacy Centers (CAC) and CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates, will join hundreds of other child and family advocates at the Capitol on April 18.

Bill to ban more synthetic drugs passes through house committee

A bill that would outlaw more synthetic cannabinoids and bath salt type drugs - is one step closer to being made law.