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Baton Rouge kids work to stop bullying

Kids in Baton Rouge gathered together to help put a stop to bullying.

More than a thousand tigers attend LSU's annual Fall Fest

 Performers, good food, and lots of activities doesn't quite equal an average school day at LSU.

Temporary computer glitch forces decline of SNAP EBT cards

A computer glitch is cited as the cause for declined SNAP EBT card services, officials say.

Puppy abandoned in storage unit finds new family

Braveheart, a 4 month old puppy, was found abandoned, chained in a storage unit on Youree Drive in Shreveport on September 11. There was no food or water for the dog, and when the storage complex owners found him, they thought he was dead.

CATS riders worried, upset over proposed rate hike

The Capital Area Transit System could soon be charging riders more for bus rides.

New clinic brings convenient healthcare to Louisiana

For most of you, going to the doctor likely takes some planning, but what about those days when you wake up not feeling well and cannot get into see your primary-care physician? Well CVS pharmacies has a solution called a Minute Clinic.

BRCC gets grant to develop mitigation plan across all campuses

Baton Rouge Community College will now be ready for anything. They are now the first community college in the state to receive a huge grant from FEMA to develop a pre-disaster mitigation plan.

DHH confirms 3 new West Nile virus cases in Louisiana

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) has confirmed three new West Nile virus cases this week, bringing this year's total number of cases to 48.

Remains of missing WWII marine from Louisiana identified

The remains of a Louisiana marine who went missing in action during WWII will be returned to his family.

Officials identify pilot of fatal helicopter crash near Venice

Officials have identified the pilot who died in the helicopter crash near Venice on Wednesday, Oct. 9.