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Bayou Corne residents disheartened by Texas Brine legal battle with the state

Residents in Bayou Corne are spoke Friday after reports Texas Brine is taking the state to court. The company filed a petition of injunction against the state of Louisiana in district court at the end of December.

1,500 new jobs headed to Shreveport with opening of Elio Motors manufacturing plant

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced that Elio Motors plans to assemble new vehicles at the former General Motors Shreveport plant. Elio Motors Inc.

B.R. residents want Holden to tackle traffic, crime

If you've driven in Baton Rouge, you've no doubt experienced the frustration of sitting in traffic.

Walker residents annoyed by loud noise from seismic testing

Over the past few weeks there have been loud noises and ground vibrations in areas of Walker. A company that's engaged in exploration for oil and gas is to blame.

Curbside Christmas tree recycling in EBR Parish

Curbside pickup of Christmas trees in East Baton Rouge Parish for recycling will begin Monday, Jan. 7, 2013, and continue through Jan. 20. The curbside pickup service will not be available in Baker and Zachary.

Farm bill doesn't go far enough

If Congress hadn't passed a farm bill just days ago, it would have meant that the next time you went to the grocery store you probably would have paid about $8 for a gallon of milk and that loaf of bread would have doubled in price.

FOUND: Missing Youngsville teen found safe

UPDATE: Hannah Gerendorff has been found. She is safe and has been returned home to her parents. --   The Lafayette Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to help locate a runaway teen.

Louisiana physicians named to prestigious 2013 Best Doctors in America list

Physicians affiliated with hospitals of the LSU Health Care Services Division appear on the Best Doctors in America® List for 2013. Only five percent of doctors in America earn this prestigious honor, decided by impartial peer review.

Study: 55 parishes score high for risk factors for early childhood development

A new report released today by the LSU/Tulane Early Childhood Policy and Data Center reveals that 55 of Louisiana’s 64 parishes score high on at least one of 11 risk factors related to poor early childhood outcomes, revealing significant

Pedestrian killed in fatal crash on La.1 in West Baton Rouge

Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop A began investigating a single vehicle fatal crash involving a pedestrian that occurred on LA Hwy 1 south of Addis near the Dow Chemical Plant in West Baton Rouge Parish shortly before 7:00pm.