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Cleaning up the community one piece of litter at a time

Parts of Old South Baton Rouge got a make over saturday. More than 30 volunteers came out to pick up trash littering the historic neighborhood.

Flooding kills 1 in San Antonio, Texas

Flooding left one person dead and another missing in San Antonio, Texas, authorities said Saturday. A woman was swept from her vehicle, fire department spokesman Christian Bove told CNN. Her body was found along a creek, he said.

'Attractive & Fat' ad spoofs Abercrombie

Jes Baker is cutting retailer Abercrombie & Fitch down to size.

Saints to host special teams clinic for high school coaches

 The New Orleans Saints will host a special teams clinic for high school coaches on Friday, May 31 at the team’s Metairie training facility on 5800 Airline Drive.

Baton Rouge Gallery’s Movies & Music on the Lawn Opens 2013 Season today

Baton Rouge Gallery’s popular and inventive summer film series kicks off its 2013 season with the Oscar-winning 2011 film, "The Artist," set to a live, never-before-heard score for the film performed by jazz/funk fusion band Cap

St. Landry Parish authorities train with new underwater sonar equipment

The St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office Emergency Search and Rescue Dive Team responders were on the water recently to train with their newly acquired underwater sonar camera equipment.

Kelly Rowland, Paulina Rubio join 'X Factor'

Simon Cowell's "X Factor" is back at full capacity.

Foster parent explains rewards of sacrificing for child in need

It takes a special person to be a foster parent, to welcome a child into your home. But children in Baton Rouge and across the state need more of those special people.

Texas Brine to begin making settlement offers to residents near sinkhole

Bruce Martin, Vice President of Operations for Texas Brine Company, issued the following statement today regarding settlment offers to residents in Bayou Corne.

Sex assaults threaten military trust, Obama tells Naval graduates

A rash of sexual assaults in the armed forces undermines Americans' confidence in the military, President Barack Obama told newly commissioned officers at the U.S. Naval Academy Friday.