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Wrigley halts production of caffeine gum

Wrigley has decided to stop production, sales and marketing of their new caffeinated gum, the Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday.

Good Samaritan pulls woman from burning vehicle; driver later dies from injuries

Despite the best effort of a good Samaritan, a Pineville woman died after she crashed her vehicle.

Downtown business owners prepare for IBM offices, will open next year

Though the downtown office of IBM won't be complete for over a year, business owners in the area say they're already preparing for the increase in customers.

‘Make something good come from my death’: May 9 declared Louisiana Gray Day

Thursday, May 9, 2013 will be the first Louisiana Gray Day in honor of a man who died from brain cancer in 2010. “The last thing he asked his family to do was to make something good come from his death.”

Costco will be the next mega store to set up shop in Baton Rouge

Metro Council approved the Costco proposal 10-1. That paves the way for the mega store to move into Baton Rouge.

Internet sales tax: What you'll pay, and when

Internet shoppers could be one step closer to having to pay sales taxes on online purchases.

Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder; death penalty possible

After months of twists and turns in a dramatic trial rife with sex, lies and digital images, an Arizona jury Wednesday found Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.

Voucher program participants hopeful lawmakers will find the funds for the voucher program

"When I heard it my heart dropped," shared Shari Burks has seven grandkids at Hosana Christian Academy. When she heard the news the voucher program's funding was ruled unconstitutional Tuesday she was worried.

Fatal crash claims the life of 85-year-old woman

An elderly woman was killed in a two-vehicle collision that occured in Baton Rouge this morning.

Police deny neighbors called about suspicious activity at Castro home

The jubilation over the freeing of three women and a girl from their alleged captivity in Cleveland is quickly giving way to a serious question: Did Cleveland police miss clues?