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FEMA deadline nears for Hurricane Isaac assisstance

More than $2 million has gone to help rebuild East Baton Rouge Parish in the wake of Hurricane Isaac.

Exxon Mobil brings Thanksgiving to needy families

Exxon Mobil has teamed with an area food pantry today to hand out special Thanksgiving food boxes.

Philippine authorities identify body of man missing since platform fire

Dignitaries from the Philippines have identified the body of a missing crew member from a platform fire in the gulf.

Clinton residents stunned by allegations of voter fraud

Chief Eddie Stewart said Wednesday the Clinton Police Department is investigating voter fraud related to this month's election.

Volunteers gear up for free Thanksgiving Day meal

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and not everyone can afford a thanksgiving meal. The Holiday Helpers is a non profit organization that puts together meals on big holidays, including thanksgiving, for those in need.

Refugees celebrate first Thanksgiving

Refugee Marid Mohammed Saeed loves living in the United States. He moved from Iraq to America just three months ago with his family and he said not a minute too soon.

Bayou Corne community outraged with lack of warning of toxic gas found

Assumption Parish emergency officials are outraged after they say Texas Brine failed to tell them that toxic gas was found near the sinkhole.

Allegations of voter fraud in Clinton to be investigated

Clinton Police Department Investigators received a list of 115 names of voters that are alleged to have voted in the last election that were not eligible to vote in the election of Town’s Mayor and Board of Alderman.

MISSING: NOPD officer could be in Baton Rouge area

Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Bryant Louis, 47, a New Orleans Police Officer, who was last seen on Sunday, at approximately 4:00 p.m., leaving his residence in the 6300 block of Essex Court.

Addicts struggle to fight alcohol dependency in Louisiana's 'drinking culture'

November is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month, and here in Louisiana, those trying to stay sober said it's a lot tougher than other places in the country due to our “party culture.”