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Neighbors say goodbye to Earl K. Long Memorial Hospital

People living in North Baton Rouge said goodbye to Earl K. Long Memorial Hospital Sunday.

Unrestrained driver killed near Sorrento

Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop A began investigating a single vehicle fatal crash that occurred on I-10 east of LA Hwy 22 in Ascension Parish just after midnight Sunday. The crash took the life of Sidrian R.

Justin Bieber hopes Anne Frank 'would have been a belieber'

If Anne Frank had not died a teenager in a Nazi concentration camp in 1945, Justin Bieber hopes she would have been his devoted fan.

Your taxes are almost due!

You've had months to procrastinate, but now it's crunch time. Despite delays to the kick-off of tax season, Monday, April 15 is still the deadline to get your taxes to Uncle Sam.

$15 million iPhone shows off rare black diamond

Family heirlooms are often packed away for safe keeping. For one man from China, hiding a 26-carat black diamond worth $14.5 million was not in his plans.

Government street gets temporary makeover

Government street gets temporary makeover

Mayor Holden hosted family bike ride

Bike riders from across Baton Rouge got together to promote Baton Rouge as a bike friendly city.

WHO reports 5 new bird flu cases in China; total now 49

Five more people in China have been infected with a new variation of bird flu, the World Health Organization said Saturday, as it continued to look for the source of the infection.

Activists, shippers fight for attention of Mississippi River Commission

Commercial and environmental interests both said Friday the Army Corps of Engineers needs to make improvements along the Mississippi River.

Medical records still available after Earl K. Long medical center closes

Even after Earl K. Long Medical Center (EKLMC) closes its doors on April 14, 2013, patients and their healthcare providers will still have access to medical information concerning the treatment and care received by patients at EKLMC.