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Livingston Parish Council vote fails to increase tax incentive for Juban Crossing development

After more than an hour and a half of spirited debate, the Livingston Parish Council failed to vote on an increased tax incentive for the Juban Crossing development.

Slooooooooow: U.S. slips to ninth in Internet speed

Land of the free. Home of the brave. Bastion of mediocre Internet speeds.

Slidell pedestrian killed while standing in oncoming traffic

Shortly after 10:30 p.m. on July 24, State Troopers began investigating a fatal crash on U.S. 190/Gause Boulevard at its intersection with Cross Gates Blvd. in St. Tammany Parish.

Consumer Reports gives Chevy Impala rave reviews

Consumer Reports is giving high praise to the new Chevrolet Impala, calling it the best new sedan the magazine has tested. It's the first time an American sedan has held that standing in at least 20 years.

Elderly man dies after crashing into concrete pillar

Baton Rouge Police are investigating a fatal crash that took the life of an 83-year-old driver. It happened around 9:48 a.m. on July 24 at the North I-110 exit ramp at Florida Blvd.

Isaiah Marshall resigns as CATS board chairman

Isaiah Marshall resigned from the Board of Directors of CATS Thursday.

Teen kayaks down Mississippi to raise money for Hodgkins Lymphoma

One young man has overcome the impossible. He made a journey many people would never dare to take.

Two teens suffer life threatening injuries after crashing ATV

Two teens are in the hospital with life threatening injuries after they crashed an ATV. Officials say neither was wearing a helmet.

LSU students weigh in on latest Forbes rankings

Louisiana State University has broken the top 200 in Forbes top college list. But according to those who compiled the list the ranking still brings the university up short in comparison to other similar colleges.

Ten inmates graduate from sign language program

Ten inmates have taken their time behind bars and turned it into something positive. Today, they graduated from the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections Sign Language Interpreter Program.