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Baton Rouge in the top-five cities for small businesses

If you are thinking about starting a business in the Capitol City, apparently, you are in the right place! Entrepreneur magazine has put Baton Rouge in the top five for cities that have the right foundation for small businesses.

ACT Scores show more Louisiana students ready for college

The number of Louisiana high school students demonstrating readiness in English, math, and science for college level work increased significantly between 2012 and 2013, showing gains in each subject area.

AG Caldwell in Minor, Single Car Accident

Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is being examined at Madison Parish Hospital following a minor, single car traffic accident. The incident happened around 7:00 a.m.

Governor Jindal issues statement on on Act 1

Governor Jindal has issued the following statement regarding the Louisiana Association of Educators' press conference on Act 1:

LSU's 2014 football season includes Wisconsin, Thanksgiving

A neutral site game against Wisconsin, home games against Alabama and Ole Miss and a Thanksgiving contest at Texas A&M highlight the 2014 LSU football schedule.

Another sex harassment accusation for San Diego Mayor Bob Filner

Another woman has come forward to accuse San Diego Mayor Bob Filner of sexual harassment.

Georgia school shooting suspect was arrested in March

A man accused of opening fire at an Atlanta-area elementary school this week had been arrested five months earlier on suspicion of threatening to kill his brother, a district attorney in Georgia's Henry County said Wednesday.

James DiMaggio family requests DNA samples for Hannah Anderson, her brother

James DiMaggio's family is requesting DNA samples from the family of Hannah Anderson, the 16-year-old girl he's accused of kidnapping and whose mother and brother were found dead in his burned home.

New Watson-Central bridge proposal draws mixed reactions

Watson residents have a chance to learn more about the state's plan to further link their town to Central. Odds are, their reactions will be different than that of their neighbors to the west.

Texas killer nurse Genene Jones set to walk free

Back in 1982, Chelsea McClellan -- just 15 months old -- needed immunizations. It was routine stuff, so Chelsea's mother took her to a local clinic in Kerrville, Texas. What happened there was anything but routine.