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Detroit grapples with stray dog epidemic

Nineteen-year-old James Johnson found a young pit bull puppy running up Seven Mile Road in Detroit this week. He took her in and named her Trina.

Text a driver in New Jersey, and you could see your day in court

We've all heard the dictum: Don't text and drive. Now, a New Jersey state appeals court has an addendum: Don't text a driver -- or you could be held liable if he causes a crash.

Beaten teen shouldn't have been on bus, grandmother says

The teen who suffered a broken arm in a beating on a school bus "should never have been put on that bus" after complaining about classmates trying to sell him drugs, his grandmother says.

On the edge of a firestorm, Yosemite hikers escape the flames

They were on a 10-day trek through the wilderness, just four guys and six llamas. Expecting to commune with nature, they instead faced its sheer, raw power when their hike was cut short by the huge wildfire ravaging northern California.

Louisiana State Police out in full force this Labor Day holiday

This Labor Day holiday, it's important you obey the rules of the road. With many people going out of town or coming back from a long weekend, State Troopers say they'll be patrolling the I-10 corridor.

Braithwaite community recovery continues one year after Hurricane Isaac

People living in the Braithwaite area of Plaquemines Parish are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Isaac sent a wall of water into their homes last year.

Alligator hunters hit the water to find big beasts

Alligator season is officially underway in the Eastern zone of Louisiana. Hunters are trying to bounce back after a hard season last year.

One year after Isaac several Maurepas residents continue to build

A year after Hurricane Isaac made landfall, people in some of the hardest hit areas of Livingston parish are still recovering

People in Baton Rouge gather to commemorate Dr. King's famous speech

It's been 50 years since Dr. Martin Luther King gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech at our nation's capitol, and Wednesday people came to the Capitol City.

UPDATE: Police find truck believed to belong to missing LSU senior

UPDATE (10:35 p.m.): Police found a truck that crashed into Bayou Manchac which matches the description of Chris Broussard's truck. The driver's body was found inside, but police only identified him as a white man.