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Facebook could pay users in class-action Sponsored Stories settlement

Facebook may have to pay some of its users up to $10 each to settle a class-action lawsuit over its "Sponsored Stories" ads, according to legal notices sent out late last week.

Charenton community speaks out after shooting kills two injures 2 more

Wilbert Thibodeaux is accused of killing on Chitimacha Police Officer Rick Riggenbach and injuring St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Deputies Jason Javier and Matthew Strickland.

Improperly restrained child dies after morning car wreck

A five-year old is dead after a wreck Monday morning in Ascension Parish.

Charges dropped against first suspect in college shooting

All charges have been dropped against the first suspect arrested in connection with last week's shooting at a Texas community college that left three wounded, officials said Monday.

Palin speaks out after leaving Fox

One day after Fox News confirmed that it and Sarah Palin had parted ways, the former Alaska governor spoke out Saturday on why she decided to leave her gig as a paid contributor.

Names of fallen officer, injured deputies released

The Louisiana State Police and State Fire Marshal’s Office held a press conference this morning to discuss new details regarding the shooting in St.

Dogs strut their stuff in Downtown parade

Downtown Baton Rouge went to the dogs Sunday for the 14th Annual Capital Area Animal Welfare Society's Mystic Krewe of Mutts. This years theme was totally pawsome 80's.

Visually impaired students take on southern rivals at wrestling and cheerleading competition

Extraordinary kids here in Louisiana are taking the sports of wrestling and cheerleading to a whole new level, because they're doing it partially or fully blind!

Louisiana receiving more than $3 million to recoup Isaac costs

FEMA is sending Louisiana more than $3 million. The money is going to the Department of Public Safety to reimburse the department for costs they had keeping us all safe before, during, and after Hurricane Isaac.