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Remington College-Baton Rouge offers complimentary salon services for prom goers

 Remington College-Baton Rouge Campus is again offering complimentary student salon services for local high school students headed to prom.

Helping patients navigate the health care system

Karry Trout's first patient was a 38-year-old woman who had been diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer.

Lawmakers ask why Beyonce and Jay-Z went to Cuba

Two Republican lawmakers are asking a government agency to look into a recent trip to Cuba by Beyonce and Jay-Z, suggesting the superstar couple violated restrictions on travel to the communist island.

FestForAll draws big crowds to hang Downtown

The fun and the fabulous hit Downtown Baton Rouge Saturday. FestForAll showed off local musicians, artist, and more. Fest goers say the event helps boost awareness of what Baton Rouge has to offer.

Baton Rouge residents get health checked at free fair

People living in Baton Rouge decided to put their health first Saturday.

CAA launches lost pet search tool

In order to help people find their pets, CAA has started a new email address for Baton Rouge families to contact when their animal goes missing. It is lostpets@caabr.org which can also be found on our website www.caabr.org.

Kerry to seek diplomatic 'off-ramp' for North Korea

When he visits Asia later this week, Secretary of State John Kerry will discuss potential diplomatic incentives for North Korea once it stops its bellicose rhetoric and threatening behavior, senior administration officials tell CNN.

LSU Junior Jonathan Lambert named an Udall Scholar, Junior Erin Percevault named honorable mention

LSU junior Jonathan Lambert of Madisonville has been named an Udall Scholar by the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation.

Free 'Lemonade Day' workshop tomorrow

As part of the Lemonade Day Louisiana initiative, local businessman McDaniel and members of the Louisiana Society of CPAs will host a workshop at LASM that will help prepare kids when planning their lemonade stand.

Criminal investigation against former BRPD Chief dropped due to lack of evidence

The criminal investigation against former Baton Rouge Police Chief Dewayne White has been dropped, according to White’s attorney.