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May 4 declared Lemonade Day in Baton Rouge

It won't be long until you see hundreds of lemonade stands setup all across the Capitol City.  

Demand for food assistance remains high at Louisiana’s food banks

According to the Louisiana Food Bank Association, demand for emergency food assistance statewide remains high while food and financial resources for the state’s five food banks are dwindling.

Local restaurant feeds after school program

Piccadilly fed hungry Baton Rouge boys and girls after school on March 19. The organization donated 200 meals for the children participating in the after school program at Greenbrier Elementary.

Ascension Parish officials to tour major drainage project sites

Ascension Parish President Tommy Martinez announced Wednesday East Ascension Consolidated Gravity Drainage District No. 1 board members will tour and get updates of two major drainage project sites on Friday, March 22.

Acadiana police cadets set to graduate

On Friday March 22,the 141st class of the Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy will graduate after 11 weeks of intensive law enforcement and physical endurance training.

Two die in Patterson house fire

Two people were killed in an overnight house fire. It happened around 1:30 a.m. in the 500 block of Martin Luther King Drive in Patterson.

Man arrested for kidnapping woman from Casino

Authorities have arrested a Shreveport man accused of kidnapping a woman from a Shreveport Casino on March 20.

MISSING: 14-year-old from Shreveport never returned home

The Shreveport Police Department needs your help to find a missing juvenile who has not been seen or heard from for the past three days.