Kenner receives check for $21 million from the DEQ State Revolving Loan Fund

Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Secretary Peggy Hatch presented a $21 million check to the city of Kenner yesterday.

BRAVE program not making 70805 residents feel safer

Twenty-five year old Anthony Winfield knows how violent the 70805 zip code can be.

LSU's board decides to take more time for system wide reorganization

Members of LSU’s board of supervisors seem to agree, reorganization over the university's campuses is long over due.

Two killed in early morning crash on I-10

Two people were killed in a crash that happened during the early morning on I-10 East near the Mississippi River Bridge.

Holden believes experience over first two terms is worth a third

After eight years in office, Kip Holden has a substantial track record on which he can be judged. he believes that is why he should get four more years as East Baton Rouge Mayor-President.

Wreck causes shutdown on Mississippi River Bridge East bound

Around 2:00am Uniform Patrol Officers (2nd District) were dispatched to 100 E. I-10/Mississippi River Bridge relative to a traffic accident involving a multiple vehicles.

C.F. Industries announces historic financial investment in Ascension Parish

Today was a historic day for Ascension Parish as C.F. Industries announced a $2-million plan for its nitrogen-producing plant.

Area churches gear up for Operation Christmas Child

Baton Rouge residents are working to bring some Christmas cheer into the lives of millions of needy children around the world.

Future of Lee High School will have to wait until next school board meeting

The decision on the future of Lee High School will have to wait for another two weeks.

Medicare is top issue for seniors

With just five days left until Election Day candidates are still trying to make their best pitches to sway undecided voters. Their latest chance came in front of hundreds of senior citizens at Baton Rouge General Hospital on Thursday.