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EBR coroner discusses origin of his position at Rotary Club

The Rotary Club got a bit of a history lesson today from the East Baton Rouge Parish coroner.

LSU area businesses wait for big baseball crowds

LSU area businesses are about to get bombarded by baseball fans, and managers say it's a good thing.

Port Allen Mayor wants lawsuit dropped, CFO wants mayor to back off

Port Allen Mayor Deedy Slaughter wants a judge to dismiss the lawsuit against her. She's being sued by the city's Chief Financial Officer.

Magazine partners with church to help children in Moore

Dozens of you are helping some of the youngest victims in the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.

Magazine partners with church to help children in Moore

Dozens of you are helping some of the youngest victims in the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.

Veterans bills signed into law; focus on mental health, substance abuse help

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal signed a pair of bills that protects and preserves the dignity of military funerals (SB 72) and that helps identify existing mental health and substance abuse support services for veteran offenders who are in the le

Baton Rouge hotel to host week-long recycling event

If you’re a tech savvy person, chances are you probably have the latest gizmos and gadgets on the market. But what should you do with your obsolete computers and cell phones?

Twin resolutions take steps towards de-funding Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood sees about 9,000 patients in the state of Louisiana every year.

CATS committee recommends Robert Mirabito as interim CEO

A committee made up of CATS board members has recommended Robert Mirabito get the job as interim CEO of the transit agency.

Man faces felony theft charge for sheltering stray dog

An act of compassion landed an East Feliciana man with warrant for his arrest on a felony theft charge. It all started when he found a stray dog on his property.