News

Red Cross volunteers ready to help out if Isaac hits Florida

When people hear a storm is coming, normally, they try and go in the opposite direction but not these Red Cross volunteers. They're flying from Baton Rouge down to Tampa to set up a shelter just in case Isaac hits Florida.

White Castle ferry not expected to run until mid-September

Today, the Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced a revised estimate for when the White Castle ferry is expected to return to service.

Thank you note leads cops to masked robbers

It was known as the Valentine’s Day Heist, two guys dressed like NYPD officers walked in to a check cashing business and robbed it in New York City.

Red Cross helping out during Isaac

When people hear a storm is coming, normally, they try and go in the opposite direction but not these Red Cross volunteers.

Early morning fire claims life of Lafourche Parish man

 Early this morning State Fire Marshal investigators responded to a residential fire in the community of Galliano which claimed the life of a 56 year old man.

Shreveport father forgot child in car at work, infant died, no charges

 Investigators have released more information today regarding the 6-month-old child who died yesterday after being left in a vehicle parked at the LSU Heath Science Center in Shreveport.

CATS makes the grade in first accountability meeting with public

In the first of what will be several accountability meetings, a small group of citizens voted to give the Capital Area Transit System an 'A' grade for meeting their first set of goals.

Mayor’s healthy city initiative awarded $1 million grant

The Fresh Beginnings Program, developed through Mayor-President Melvin “Kip” Holden’s Healthy City Initiative, has been awarded a $1 million grant from the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation’s Challenge f

DOTD explains how it handles traffic nightmares

 The State Department of Transportation spoke out today about how they handle traffic tie ups like the interstate shut down Wednesday.

Mobile market to offer healthy options to food deserts by early 2013

It may surprise many people in Baton Rouge to know that they're living in food deserts. Those are areas where stores with fresh, available produce is more than a mile away, meaning people are more likely to make unhealthy food choices.