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Beating back bullies: New law holds schools accountable

3.2 million. That's the number of kids that are bullied every day. It's a national problem and it's one kids face right here in Louisiana.

81 years together: State’s oldest married couple honored at Governor’s Mansion

If you and your sweetheart stay married long enough, you could be honored by the state.

Judge puts halt Port Allen Mayor’s firing of CFO

A judge has granted a temporary retraining order preventing the Mayor of Port Allen from firing the city’s chief financial officer.

Livingston Sheriffs Office continues to crackdown on drug problem

"The guys involved in this sting here have been working very hard, says Livingston Sheriff, Jason Ard. “I’m happy to know were getting these individuals off the streets behind bars where they belong today."

Brother of missing Des Moines woman travels to New Orleans to continue search

The brother of a missing Des Moines woman traveled to New Orleans to try and gain answers about her disappearance.

Transocean pleads guilty, fined 2nd biggest penalty for Gulf spill

Transocean Deepwater Inc. will pay the second-largest environmental fine in U.S. history for its role in the deadly 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the Justice Department said Thursday.

Tempers ignite at Port Allen meeting over controversial staff decisions

Political leaders and community members took part in a heated debate at the Port Allen City Council meeting Wednesday night.

Metro Council reluctantly approves short-term extension for red light cameras

Drivers in Baton Rouge will need to keep their fear of those red lights cameras a little while longer. The Metro Council chose Wednesday to extend the city's contract to keep them up and running.

Winchester recalls ammunition due to incorrect propellant

Winchester has recalled some of their ammunition after the company discovered it may contain incorrect propellant.

BBB warns seniors about medicare phone scam

Seniors nationwide are reporting scam phone calls informing them that a new Medicare card is in the mail. Hang up on suspicious callers and don't fall for this attempt to obtain your personal information.