Organizations pass out fruit to help create awareness; National Eating Healthy Day

The number one killer for Americans is heart disease, and it's preventable. So Wednesday, a few organizations decided to spread the word, all starting with a banana.

Oldest woman in New York City Marathon dies hours after crossing finish line

The oldest female contestant in the 2013 ING New York City Marathon died just hours after completing her 25th consecutive appearance at the race, her daughter says.

Inmates: MacNeill said cops 'can't prove it was me'

Three inmates who served time with Martin MacNeill in federal prison testified Tuesday that the former Utah doctor told them investigators didn't have enough evidence to prove he killed his wife.

Richie Incognito says he's 'weathering the storm'

It should have been a great morning for Richie Incognito. A brand new black Ferrari was delivered to his Florida house on Tuesday.

Sorrento leaders scramble to find solution to impending loss of police protection

The town of Sorrento has less than two weeks to either buy a new insurance policy, or find a new agency to provide police protection for its residents.

Missing Mississippi family found dead

Heartbroken and baffled. That's how friends and relatives of a Mississippi family described themselves the day authorities said they'd found the bodies of Atira Hill, Laterry Smith and Jaidon Hill, 7.

Company looking to cast extras in New Orleans film

The Casting Office, Inc. is looking for fresh faces and interesting people to be extras in the indy film, “99 Homes.”

CC’s Coffee House to support Toys for Tots

CC’s Coffee House is proud to announce a partnership with the U.S. Marine Corps this holiday season to help the Toys for Tots Foundation collect toys for children in need.

Attorney General Buddy Caldwell warns farmers of settlement scam

The Louisiana Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Section is urging farmers to be wary of individuals or organizations offering assistance in filing claims in the Black Farmers Discrimination Litigation involving the US Department of A

Mayor Holden presents 2014 proposed budget to metro council

Mayor Kip Holden presented his proposed budget for 2014 to the Baton Rouge metropolitan council, but not without concern from the community.