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People trying to stay cool; One of the hottest days in Baton Rouge so far

It's one of the hottest days in Baton Rouge so far, and some people have to work out in this heat. They said the higher the temperature goes, the harder it is to stay cool.

Baton Rouge college student says it's unfair he can't give blood

A Baton Rouge college student is upset he cannot donate blood. Blood banks will not take his blood because he's gay. When Jesse Tate decided to to give blood, he had no idea his blood was not accepted.

Obama heads to South Africa as ailing Nelson Mandela clings to life

U.S. President Barack Obama headed to South Africa on Friday for the second leg of a trip overshadowed by the deteriorating health of anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela.

Women accused of drugging men, stealing their valuables

South Florida authorities are asking for the public's help to find four "foxy thieves" they say are drugging men they pick up at high-end bars and stealing tens of thousands of dollars in cash, jewelry, guns and other valuables.

FAMU lifts marching band's suspension

Citing positive steps taken since the hazing death of a drum major, Florida A&M University's interim leader said Thursday he has lifted the suspension of the school's famous marching band.

Southeast incorporation talks slow, frustrating some supporters

Talk of creating a new city in East Baton Rouge Parish continued Thursday. But not many people heard what they were waiting for.

Suspect in Colorado theater killings to wear hidden harness during trial

Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes will wear a hidden harness under his clothes to restrain him during his trial, which will have the largest jury pool in state history.

Dewey Breaux Road bridge closed for repairs in Ascension

Parish officials have closed a bridge located on Dewey Breaux Road in Gonzales until further notice. Crews will replace the bridge with box culverts. The bridge crosses over the Calbasse Canal.

Governor Jindal signs bills into law

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced he has signed bills passed by the Legislature into law, bringing the total number of bills signed for the 2013 Regular Legislative Session to 431.

Apple tests motion detection features for iPhone

Apple appears to be testing out motion control features that will let people control their iPhones by moving their heads.