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141-mile, $230 million oil pipeline project scheduled to being operation in September

Governor Bobby Jindal and Parkway Pipeline LLC officials announced the company’s 141-mile pipeline is scheduled to begin operating in September, transporting liquid petroleum products from refineries just west of New Orleans to the Planta

North Baton Rouge parents want new charter schools to come to their community

The state has approved more charter schools to come to Baton Rouge, but parents in north Baton Rouge stepped up Tuesday to voice the need for these schools in their community.

BUSTED: Drug smugglers cram $4.5M of heroin, cocaine in compact car

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers, working the Anzalduas port of entry, seized over $4.5 million in narcotics.

Uninsured next year? Here's your Obamacare penalty

Thinking of ignoring the Obamacare mandate to get health insurance next year? It could cost you.

Crazy ant population explodes in East Baton Rouge Parish

LSU AgCenter entomologists have been preparing for the tawny crazy ant population to increase in Louisiana for a while – the wait is over for residents in north Baton Rouge.

Bad credit cost me a job

Credit cards. Mortgages. Car loans. These are the types of things that typically come to mind when thinking about your credit.

Back to school means possibility of bullying: Tips for protection

Compared to all of the things kids can become involved in this day and age, bullying behavior might seem to be insignificant. But, it isn't. More than 160,000 kids skip school every day because of bullying.

Ackman resigns as J.C. Penney drama gets nasty

The mess at J.C. Penney just got messier. After taking his frustrations over the retailer's leadership public, activist investor Bill Ackman resigned from the board of directors.

Singer highlights struggle of Bayou Corne community

One woman in Bayou Corne is using her voice to help lift the spirits of a community struggling to stay strong since a massive sinkhole formed last August.

New 411 tip app excites Ascension Parish residents

It’s a tool to help fight crime and it's in the palm of your hands. The Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office has a brand new way to get people to help them find the bad guys.