Workers spark fireball during sewer repairs

A construction crew in the process of installing a sewer line along Orice Roth Rd. and S. Edwards in Gonzazles caused the explosion of a gas main this afternoon.

Domestic abuse prevention advocates prepare for the worst with budget cuts

Every year the domestic abuse center Judy Benitez runs loses more and more money. The IRIS Center helps battere

Clinton curfew extended in to August

The controversial Clinton Curfew has been extended for an extra two weeks. When 11:00 rolls around on the streets of Clinton, you better not be caught out. A city-wide curfew originally set to end on July 31 isn't going away.

U.S. plans to deliver fighter jets to Egypt

The Obama administration tentatively plans to deliver four F-16 aircraft to Egypt, but is reviewing all U.S. military aid arrangements, according to a Pentagon official.

Baton Rouge house fire ravages carport, attic; causes over $200,000 in damage

A Baton Rouge home caught for unknown reasons this morning. Firefighters received a called in reference to a house fire at a home in the 1000 block of Briarhurst around 6:13 a.m.

39,000 year-old frozen Woolly Mammoth unveiled

A 39,000-year-old woolly mammoth has arrived in Yokohama from Russia to be exhibited for the first time in the world.

Walker Police asking public to donate more uniforms

The Walker Police Department is having trouble collecting school uniforms for children there.

'Jades Flowers' makes huge mark on community, after donating thousands to homeless animals

Over one hundred homeless dogs and countless cats across Livingston Parish are looking for a forever home. "I've always loved animals since I was like 4," said Jade Micthell.

Port Allen council rejects ordinance to reinstate mayor's higher salary

Mayor Demetric "Deedy" Slaughter expects a pay raise, but she will not get it just yet.