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WWE star Darren Young: 'I'm gay'

WWE superstar wrestler Darren Young publicly came out as gay during an unplanned interview with the news entertainment website TMZ late Wednesday.

East Baton Rouge EMS opens new headquarters

The East Baton Rouge EMS headquarters has a new home, and its location was picked to be more convenient for you.

One year later: Community to hold ceremony to remember two fallen deputies

The community will gather tomorrow to remember two deputies killed one year ago during an ambush at a trailer park near Laplace. Deputy Brandon Nielsen, 34, and Deputy Jeremy Triche, 27, were shot and killed on August 16, 2012.

State's fusion center utilized during hostage situation

The Louisiana fusion center in Baton Rouge connects law enforcement from across the state, and played a major role in this week's deadly hostage situation.

RECALL: Dog, cat food could be contaminated with Salmonella

The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) has voluntarily recalled specific lots of dry pet food because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

Recent surge in sisterhood at campus convent inspires students

Three students studying at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette are preparing for life after college but their lives will be much different from others their age.

Residents urged to prepare for possibility for severe weather over the weekend

With the potential for heavy rain, possible flooding, and strong winds this weekend, local officials are urging residents to make preparations.

Local employers bring career opportunities to North Baton Rouge

If you are looking for a job, the North Baton Rouge Job and Career Fair gives you a chance to show your skills every year. Hundreds of people gathered at Baton Rouge Community College to take advantage of the open career fair Thursday.

Florida issues warning about rare, brain-eating amoeba

While 12-year-old Zachary Reyna fights for his life against a brain-eating parasite, the Florida Department of Health has issued a warning for swimmers.

Metro Council approves resolution calling for higher standards for CATS board

The East Baton Rouge Metro Council believes it found a way to improve the management of CATS. But a heated debate ended with a decision that may not actually make a difference.