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BOSTON PD: No arrest made in bombing case

There is conflicting information as to whether someone has been arrested in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings. A federal law enforcement source told CNN's Fran Townsend that someone was arrested.

Senators formally file immigration bill

A bipartisan group of senators formally filed legislation early Wednesday calling for border security as the cornerstone of immigration reform.

Senate to start votes on gun bill

The U.S. Senate will begin voting on amendments to gun legislation on Wednesday, including the leading proposals for tighter restrictions spurred by the Connecticut school massacre in December.

Boston Marathon bombings: More details, more questions

Within a day of the Oklahoma City bombing, officials had named their suspect: Timothy McVeigh. Within two days of the 9/11 attacks, investigators had zeroed in on al Qaeda as the perpetrator.

Anger, frustration displayed by CATS riders, employees

Riders, taxpayers, and employees took turn sharing their feelings with CATS at its board meeting Tuesday, and none of them were positive. Some went as far as to say the board and executive staff should resign.

Clergy members rally at State Capitol, keeping an eye on tax reform

Clergy members are converging on the State Capitol once again. Even though the Governor Jindal's tax plan is dead, faith leaders say there's still work to do.

BRPD studying Boston bombing to stay prepared for anything

Police departments around the country are studying the bombings in Boston; that sentiment rings true in Baton Rouge, where there are lots of big public events.

CATS addressing lack of updates at board meeting

The leadership of CATS is meeting for the first time since its bad report card from community action group Together Baton Rouge.

New school geared toward helping kids with learning disabilities set to open in fall

Denis LaTulippe's son, Mark, has Kleinfelter Syndrome, and it comes with learning and behavioral disabilities.

'Color Run' organizers to hold first Baton Rouge event this weekend

Nearly 9,000 runners will be on the streets of downtown Baton Rouge this weekend for the city's first ever Color Run.