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CATS riders angry about possible improvement delays

"I've been to systems all through the United States. This is the most unproductive system I've ever seen," says Heyward Richard

Shreveport woman drives car off top of casino parking garage, fell 60 feet

A nightmare scenario played out this morning at a casino in Shreveport after a young woman’s car plummeted 60 feet to the ground from the top deck of a parking garage.

Cement truck went too fast while turning, crashed into bayou Terrebonne

A road in Houma is closed because a cement truck lost control and crashed into bayou Terrebonne.

Explosion in bunker at Camp Minden reported in three parishes

What was originally thought to be a meteor hitting in Minden, La. has now been confirmed as an explosion at a military site where explosives are stored.

Disaster Recovery Centers set to close

Time is running out for Hurricane Isaac survivors in Livingston and West Baton Rouge Parishes to visit the State/FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers in their areas. All 3 centers are set to close this week.

National Eye Institute Partners with LSU’s Fresh Cuts Clean Health Barbershop initiative

The LSU Community University Partnership, or CUP, and its Fresh Cuts Clean Health, or FCCH, barbershop initiative recently announced a partnership with the National Eye Institute.

Seniors might not see much of an adjustment this year from Social Security checks

The Social Security administration says seniors might not see the bump they're used to in their monthly Social Security checks. That means seniors all across the country, including here in Baton Rouge, may need to tighten their belts.

Your Louisiana ID could prevent you from boarding a plane

The Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles is hustling to get a special pass from the department of homeland security to keep Louisiana ID working into next year.

Clint Black to perform benefit for groundbreaking research close to cure

 Recent breakthroughs in Rett syndrome research with potential implications for reversing other neurological disorders are inspiring Baton Rouge’s second International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF) benefit, the Oct.

BRPD: You could face charges if you go to Carlotta Street to try and start a party

It may be a Halloween tradition, but the Baton Rouge Police Department is warning the public that any attempt to make the Carlotta Street Party happen could add cuffs to your costume.