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Zachary Police arrest teens accused of robbing Craigslist ad answerers

Zachary Police officers arrested three teens after they robbed a couple who answered a Craigslist ad.

New Orleans memorial for Terrilynn Monette scheduled, scholarship fund established

The New Orleans memorial service for Terrilynn Monette has been scheduled for Saturday, July 27 at 3:00 p.m. It will be held at the Franklin Avenue Church.

New Roads residents thrilled with eocnomic progress the city is making

The city of New Roads has a lot of celebrating to do because two huge projects are finally opening to the public!

A college dean is riding his bike across the country to help find a cure; 2013 Road to Discovery

A college dean is biking his way across the country to help children with a rare incurable disease, and he stopped in Baton Rouge Wednesday. His name is Gregory Crawford.

Cleveland kidnapping suspect pleads not guilty to 977 counts

A Cleveland man accused of murder, rape and holding three women captive for about a decade in his home pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the 977 counts against him.

New chief architect has been named at the office of State Fire Marshal

A new chief architect has been named at the office of State Fire Marshal. Lawrence "Joe" Delaune has been selected as the new Chief Architect for the office of Louisiana State Fire Marshal today.

Downed light poles on I-12 at Sherwood slows traffic to a crawl

All westbound lanes are now open on I-12, but traffic is moving at a crawl following a crash involving an 18-wheeler.

SBA Louisiana’s Veterans’ conference is coming to Baton Rouge

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Oops! PayPal accidentally credits man $92 quadrillion

When Chris Reynolds opened his June PayPal e-mail statement, something was off. The Pennsylvania PR executive's account balance had swelled to a whopping $92,233,720,368,547,800.

Nashville student accused of taking $2K in books without paying

A Nashville State Community College student is facing a felony charge in connection with the theft of thousands of dollars worth of school text books. The student, Kyle W. Reed, said it all started out as an innocent mistake.