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Baton Rouge basketball player commits to Auburn

An Episcopal basketball player's going to be a Tiger, but not the one you're probably thinking.

Fatal head on collision kills four in Caldwell Parish

State troopers responded to a two vehicle fatal crash on November 12, at 2:01 p.m. on US Highway 165 north of Louisiana Highway 4 that claimed the lives of four people.

Citrus crop and fickle plants weather temperature drops

Horticulturalist Bob Souvestre was up bright and early Wednesday morning, checking the plants at LSU’s Burden Agricultural Extension Center for any signs of frost damage.

NASA releases new photo of Saturn, Earth

NASA has given the people of Earth a rare treat: A color mosaic that captures not only Saturn, but also the tiny dots of Earth and other planets in the background.

White House tech experts in hot seat on Capitol Hill

The House Oversight Committee is prepared Wednesday to hear the government's top information technology experts explain the problems behind the troubled Affordable Care Act website HealthCare.gov.

With life in prison on the table, Whitey Bulger faces judge Wednesday

James "Whitey" Bulger, the convicted Boston mobster whose rise and fall was as convoluted as any Hollywood script, goes before a judge Wednesday with prosecutors calling for him to be locked away for life.

DHH Flu Campaign Events Kickoff Statewide

In preparation for the upcoming holiday season, Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals Secretary Kathy Kliebert, Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne, LSU baseball coach Paul Mainieri and State Health Officer Dr.

Pet owners have options for keeping animals warm during cold nights

While people think about how to keep themselves warm on the coldest nights of the season, they also need to think about their four-legged friends.

Sheriff Gautreaux Receives Grant From Louisiana Highway Safety Commission

Sheriff Gautreaux and the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office were awarded a grant from the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission (LHSC) to conduct additional traffic safety enforcement.

Marissa Alexander, Florida woman in warning-shot case, may be freed

She's won a new trial. And now, Marissa Alexander may learn Wednesday whether she can get out of prison while she waits for that trial.