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When rain ends, excitement of Mid-City art hop begins

When Friday's rain disappeared, thousands of people appeared on the streets of Mid-City for the annual Hot Art, Cool Nights art hop.

Nearly 8,000 Louisiana Students Receive Scholarship Offers

Governor Bobby Jindal and State Superintendent of Schools John White announced recently that the Louisiana Department of Education has successfully matched nearly 8,000 students with the school of their choice in the Louisiana Scholarship

Louisiana Earns its Highest Ranking Ever in State Business Survey

Chief Executive magazine recently revealed that CEOs nationwide rank Louisiana number 11 in the U.S., the state’s highest position ever, in the magazine’s annual ranking of Best & Worst States for Business.

Couple uses weightloss journey to inspire and help others

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Judge Shelly Dick: First woman to be appointed to BR Federal Court bench

For the first time ever there's a woman on the Federal Court bench in Baton Rouge. The senate confirmed Judge Shelly Dick yesterday. She was originally nominated by President Obama back in April 2012.

POLICE: Grandson of Malcolm X beat to death in Mexico

The grandson of civil rights activist Malcolm X, Malcolm Shabazz, died in a Mexico City hospital after suffering an apparent beating, police told CNN.

Acadian Fine Foods recalls more than 17,000 pounds of pork, chicken stew

A local company is recalling more than 17,000 pounds of pork and chicken stew due to misbranding and undeclared allergens. The FDA has listed this as a high health risk.

Budget passes through House, heads to the Senate

The Louisiana House of Representatives passed a 92-6 Budget just before 5:00 on Friday Afternoon.

Water seeps into Bayou Corne sinkhole due to rough weather

Today’s rough weather is leading to more problems at the sinkhole in Assumption Parish. A berm near the sinkhole broke in five different spots overnight. Now, some water is getting into the sinkhole.

Place nonperishable food items at your mailbox to help Stamp Out Hunger

Tomorrow, postal workers will collect more than mail. They will give you a chance to help those less fortunate during the national Stamp Out Hunger drive.