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Girl Scouts get ready to help dogs cool off

A group of girl scouts in Livingston Parish are doing their part to help protect dog's at the parish animal control shelter. They raised money to buy the shelter three shade covers for the play yard.

Five suspects arrested for stealing dozens of ipads from West Feliciana High School

Dozens of ipads and laptops stolen from West Feliciana High School back in June have been found. These tablets are given to students at the start of each year to take home and 80 of them were

Mayor Holden to announce new BRPD chief by early next week

In just a few days Mayor Kip Holden has said he will be making a decision on who will lead the Baton Rouge Police Department as chief.

Coast Guard: Oil platform experiences blow out in Gulf southwest of Grand Isle

The Coast Guard said a Gulf of Mexico oil platform experienced a blow out Tuesday.

March and vigil held to inspire, educate and inform youth in White Castle

Children and adults from white castle all came together Monday night in honor of Trayvon Martin.

Deville man found alive after spending night lost in the woods

After searching for over 15 hours, search and rescue teams found a missing Deville man alive on the Dewey Wills Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in LaSalle Parish.

Walker Police to distribute donated school uniforms on Friday during annual

On Friday, July 26, for the ninth consecutive year, the Walker Police Department will distribute school uniforms to Livingston Parish families who need assistance outfitting their children with mandatory school uniforms.

CATS announces additional financial concern as advocates call for board firings

Together Baton Rouge called for members of the CATS board to resign Monday because of their failure to lead, hours before the transit agency announced the potential loss of more than $100,000.

Remembering 6-year-old murder victim Ahlittia North

The hundreds of family and friends who came to say goodbye to Ahlittia North said the 6-year-old girl will never be forgotten.

People in the Valley Park neighborhood say they're grateful; 'Operation Restore Pride'

The mayor wants you to take pride in your community, so he's launched a program that's designed to help restore neighborhoods that need to be cleaned up.