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Trading in your iPad? Do it now

With a new iPad likely around the corner, iPad trade-ins are on the rise -- and selling prices are falling fast.

Louisiana to observe national Teen Driver Safety week to raise awareness about dangers

Louisiana has joined the national Teen Driver Safety Week observance, Oct. 20-26, to raise awareness of the increased dangers teenage drivers and passengers face while on the road.

NEW JOBS: $24M drilling technology facility heads to New Iberia

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and National Oilwell Varco (NOV) executive Toby Webre announced NOV will develop a $23 million drilling technology facility in New Iberia.

JPMorgan, U.S. in tentative $13 billion settlement

JPMorgan Chase and the Department of Justice have tentatively agreed to a $13 billion civil settlement to resolve several investigations into the bank's mortgage securities business, according to a U.S.

5 things that have happened since Obamacare launched

Obamacare has survived a Supreme Court appeal, a government shutdown and ongoing challenges by opposing politicians. With few exceptions, every American must have health insurance by March 31 or pay a penalty fee.

Baton Rouge says goodbye to Trevor Sims

People from across Baton Rouge gathered Saturday at Healing Place Church to say goodbye to the little boy who inspired the city to be better with his last wish.

Obama in weekly address: Frustration with Washington understandable

President Obama used his weekly address on Saturday to once again address Americans' frustration with policymakers in Washington, saying, not for the first time, that "there were no winners" in the protracted conflicts over the de

LEPA sells $120M in bonds to build power plant in Morgan City

The Louisiana Energy and Power Authority (LEPA) announced it has completed the sale of $120,770,000 in revenue bonds for the final stage of design and construction of a new natural gas fired electrical power plant.

Mayor's office kicks off first food week for Baton Rouge

More than the music was cooking at 'Live After Five' Friday evening.

DHH confirms Louisiana's third West Nile virus death

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) has confirmed the state's third West Nile virus death this year. The death is from Rapides Parish, and is the second death this year from Rapides Parish.