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EBR employees demand higher salaries in 2014

Baton Rouge government workers say it's time they get paid a fair salary.

SU's School of Architecture still moving forward after it shut down

Southern University's School of Architecture has been around for more than 40 years, and now it's shut down.

Local breweries cant make new brews until shutdown ends

It’s now day 10 of the government shutdown and some craft breweries across the nation could be left with a problem. That's because they can’t produce any new products or labels until the shutdown ends.

St. John Parish protects water supply amid recent amoeba detection

As a result of the recent detection of amoeba in two parish water systems, St. John Parish has implemented additional sampling and testing procedures to ensure the water supply remains safe.

Elderly couple killed in Concordia Parish crash

A crash involving three vehicles killed a husband and wife from Ferriday on October 9. Troopers responded to the crash around 8:40 p.m., which occurred on US Hwy 84 at Ferriday Drive.

LSU basketball teams to be highlighted at annual 'Bayou Madness' celebration today

Fans will have a chance to meet and greet the LSU men’s and women’s basketball teams as “The Road to Tipoff” for the 2013-14 season continues at the inaugural “Bayou Madness” today from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.

New iPhones haven't saved Apple's stock

Despite glowing reviews and strong sales, new iPhones haven't done anything to get Apple's stock out of the doldrums.

LSU to hold Annual Fall Fest this Friday

One of the most anticipated events of the fall semester will take place on Friday, Oct. 11, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Hot air balloon hits power line crashes, 2 burned

A wayward hot air balloon hit power lines Wednesday morning during an event in New Mexico, severely burning the two men in it and causing the balloon to plummet some 40 feet to the ground.

Judge: Jury selection, trial of James Holmes could last 8 months

Those deciding accused Colorado movie theater shooter James Holmes' fate should expect the whole process to take eight months, a judge ruled Wednesday, suggesting -- while few question who is behind the massacre -- that other factors might