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More than 30 thousand people sign petition to make Louisiana leave the US

A petition that would have louisiana secede from the United States is gaining popularity on the internet.

Campaign signs still clutter parts of Baton Rouge

Driving around Baton Rouge you would never think Election Day has passed. The streets are still cluttered with campaign signs; on the highway, by intersections and even in neighborhood and residents don't seem too thrilled.

Unrestrained driver killed in morning crash on Jefferson Hwy.

A portion of Jefferson Hwy. at Inniswold was closed for several hours this morning after a traffic crash that claimed the life of one woman.

Scooby snacks will fly at Livingston ‘Cartoon Christmas’ Parade

He looks just like any average guy, but he’s known to people all over the world as the voice of Scooby Doo! That voice will be taking front stage at the Denham Springs Christmas Parade this year!

Possible relief coming to residents leaving near wastewater plant

Residents living near a wastewater plant in Scotlandville might soon get some financial relief.

Louisiana outlaws latest designer drug

It's a drug known as 25i or N-Bomb, it's also being blamed for killing one man already in the state of Louisiana.

State employee health plans to be managed by Blue Cross

House and Senate committees have approved a privatization plan for the Louisiana Office of Group Benefits. The plan will allow Blue Cross-Blue Shield to manage more than 60,000 people.

Next I-10 expansion to be delayed due to high cost

DOTD says the next construction project on I-10 will have to wait. It had been studying an expansion of the section of the freeway that runs from the Mississippi River bridge to the I-12 split.

EBR regional attendance zone plan inspires more questions than answers

Parents and teachers said Monday they needed more details before they could support the East Baton Rouge School District's proposal to create regional attendance zones.

Fighting to legalize marijuana in Louisiana

Dr. Brooks Cronin can't believe voters in Colorado and Washington were the first group in the United States to approve the recreational use of marijuana when they went to the polls on Tuesday.