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Dr. Seuss stories come alive at Read Across Louisiana event

Louisiana Association of Educators teamed up with NBC33's Kris Cusanza, mayor kip holden and other "celebrity" readers for the 3rd annual Read Across Louisiana event.

Grilling kings fight for title of best barbequer

Barbeque big timers got a chance to show off their grilling skills saturday at the sams club national barbeque competition.

BR man found shot to death in vehicle parked on Spain Street

Tivon Tarvin was shot and killed while sitting in his vehicle.

Congressional sequester threatens food safety, farming industry

There are still lots of questions about when the cuts ordered by Congress' sequester will take effect and how they will be applied. But there is no doubt that everyone will feel their impact.

Scale smash event hopes to redefine image of beauty to fight against eating disorders

Smashing scales – that’s what some women at LSU did this afternoon.

Gov. Jindal announces Legislative proposal to eliminate boards, commissions

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced a legislative proposal to eliminate numerous state boards and commissions that are inactive, can be absorbed by other existing boards or agencies, or have fulfilled their original mission.

Concerned neighbors want Animal Control to seize Baker horses

Baker resident Karen Moreau says it's hard to look across the fence at her neighbors three horses.

‘Easter spirit is alive in Baton Rouge:’ How you can help Build A Basket

Bright and early this morning, St. Vincent De Paul had a special delivery from the non-profit organization the Needy of Greater Baton Rouge. It was a drop off of Easter baskets!