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New proposal could mean tuition increases at four year schools

A committee has decided to move forward with a proposal that could give schools like LSU the okay to decide their own tuition. The board of regents will have the final say on that proposal Thursday.

Voters to decide nasty District 12 race

Neither Smokie Bourgeois nor John Delgado is holding back when talking about their opponent in the runoff election for the District 12 council seat.

Some M6 black powder will remain outside

The process of moving all of the illegally stored explosives at Camp Minden has been one hurdle after another for Louisiana State Police.

Nerves rattled by identity theft involving LSU Health employee

LSU Health is already working to restore its reputation after an employee allegedly stole the identities of hundreds of patients.

CAA executive director steps down

Kim Sherlaw, Executive Director of the Companion Animal Alliance, has resignned.

Women's charity looking for volunteers during the Holidays

If you can’t give this holiday season, you can volunteer; there is one organization that is in need of volunteers for their fireworks season fundraiser.

Eden Church Road to experience partial closure

In Denham Springs, a portion of Eden Church Road near the intersection of Florida Avenue is closed because of construction. Workers are resurfacing the road, and also putting in a sidewalk.

Lee High magnet program discussed

Robert E Lee High School is turning into a magnet school in the fall. What hasn't been decided yet though is what type.

Port Allen community must decide who will be next mayor

There are only three days left for Port Allen voters to decide who should be the city's new mayor.

BRPD eyeing old Woman's Hospital building as new headquarters

As the Baton Rouge Police Department continues the search for a new home for its headquarters, neighbors near one possible location are excited about the prospect.