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An inside look at ExxonMobil: Where our everyday products are made

Louisiana is home to all kinds of chemical plants and oil refineries, but do we really know what happens there or what products are actually made?

EBR Coroner: Renewed popularity in heroin is creating rise in overdose deaths

Illegal drugs fall in and out of trend based on a variety of factors. However, the recent spike in use of a Schedule I narcotic has had deadly results.

Hurricane season in Atlanic to be less active than initially expected

Hurricane season in Atlanic to be less active than initially expected Hurricane season in Atlanic to be less active than initially expected Photo provided by MGN Online WEATHER NEWS Jesse Gunkel

Livingston Parish Council votes against further tax incentive for Juban Crossing project

Juban Crossing has gotten a lot of money from Livingston Parish, but it will not get any more.

YouTube creators target Vine, Instagram with MixBit

The people who created YouTube are getting into the quickie-video app business ... with a twist.

LSU ROTC holds commissioning ceremony for three members

Three LSU students traded in their Purple and Gold for Red, White, and Blue. The school held a commissioning ceremony for three members of its ROTC program.

Central Mayor Mac Watts not seeking re-election

Central’s first and only mayor says he will not be seeking a third elected term in next April’s city elections.

An inside look at Exxon Mobil: where everday products are made

Louisiana is home to all kinds of chemical plants and oil refineries. Do we really know what exactly goes on there or what products are actually made there?

Why more Amber alerts will be waking you up

Many Californians were startled awake Monday night and early Tuesday morning by Amber Alerts that made screeching noises on their cell phones. Some people even took to Twitter to complain. They better get used to it.

Nidal Hasan hopes for death in Fort Hood killings, lawyers say

A military judge could rule Thursday on a defense claim that admitted Fort Hood gunman Maj. Nidal Hasan is trying to force the court to sentence him to death.