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2 convicted murderers mistakenly freed from Florida prison

The state of Florida is asking for help in locating two former prison inmates that they realized should still be current inmates.

LSU game day parking issues discussed

LSU fans good news. There could be some relief headed your way when it comes to parking difficulties on the LSU campus. The LSU athletic department and campus police are both working on how to tackle the problems.

Treasures of the ARC to hold tent sale

 Treasures of the ARC will be having a tent sale from Thursday, October 17 through Saturday, October 19. The tent sale will be located on 108 East Ascension Street in Gonzales.

First Lady Jindal announces Governor’s Mansion is 'going pink'

For the sixth consecutive year, First Lady Supriya Jindal announced today that the Louisiana Governor’s Mansion will be lit pink until Thursday, October 17 in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Local school aims to combat bullying with 'Rachel's Challenge'

It's a problem making national headlines right now, bullying. It’s something that caused one young girl to take her life.

Local chef looks to provide direction for inner-city kids through cooking

Acclaimed chef Chris Wadsworth and his wife Sommer are working day and night to make the rooms in De La Ronde Hall ready for Chris' latest culinary adventure, a teaching kitchen.

Baton Rouge boy's legacy lives on

His young life was an inspiration to us all, but Wednesday morning, 11-year-old Trevor Sims lost his battle with cancer.

Local man dies after accident in Florida waters while celebrating wedding anniversary

An Ascension Parish man has died in Florida while celebrating an anniversary with his wife. Andrew Jarvis Clayton and his wife Brandy Bureau Clayton were celebrating their one-year wedding anniversary on October 12.

Sorrento police officer's speeding causes concerns, arguments at Ascension Parish meeting

An ordinance which prohibits any police officer from “taking his vehicle outside of Ascension Parish unless it is for official business,” was intended to be the focal point of Tuesday’s Town Meeting.

Impairment suspected in Ouachita Parish fatal crash

A man died in a single-vehicle crash in Ouachita Parish, and impairment is suspected. On October 15, at 4:24 p.m., State Troopers responded to a single-vehicle fatal crash on I-20 about 4 miles west of West Monroe.