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Man, 42, accused of threatening to shoot up Utah mall, movie theater

A 42-year-old Utah man planned to "randomly shoot and kill" at a Salt Lake City mall, then pick off moviegoers, and finally blow up a city bus -- a plot he detailed to a counselor who alerted police -- according to a court document.

Excitement building over two shopping developments in Riverside Landing

Denham Springs is getting ready to annex 18 acres of swampland. The newest addition to the city could become the big shopping mall people there have been waiting for.

DOT, safety advocates feud over rearview camera recommendation

The federal government said it will recommend that new cars have rearview video systems -- a move immediately denounced as "insufficient" by safety groups who say the cameras should be mandatory.

Skeletal remains found at state psychiatric hospital believed to have been left behind

Skeletal remains were located at the site of the former St. Tammany Parish Coroner’s Office. Officials believe the remains were left behind when the facility was relocated.

Eleven Slaughter residents file lawsuit against Monolyte Labs for medical issues caused by explosion

A lawsuit was filed today on behalf of 11 Slaughter residents who say they have experienced damages caused by an explosion that happened just under a year ago.

How will the Affordable Care Act affect you? Local experts break it down

Many people are trying to wrap their heads around the Affordable Care Act, something that will be affecting many people nationwide. One week from Tuesday, all Americans can register for health insurance.

Victim of real life 'Grand Theft Auto' kidnapping speaks out

The victims of Zachary Burgess ‘Grand Theft Auto’ rampage are speaking out about their ordeal for the first time.

Shell selects Ascension Parish as site for possible new ‘cleaner-burning fuel’ facility

Ascension Parish will be the location for a potential new facility that will create hundreds new jobs, officials announced on Tuesday, Sept. 24.

Oak Grove Community Center closed for make over

Ascension Parish officials have shut down Oak Grove Community Center and Park in order to begin renovations and expansions on the community center. People living in the area said it's a project that's badly need in there community.

Second grader makes a difference with change; 'Jar for Change'

A Baton Rouge boy is hoping to change the world by collecting change to help sick babies. His name's Joey Roth, and he took his message to some high schoolers Tuesday hoping they can help.