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EBRSO tax notices go out this week for homeowners

The East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office is reminding the public that if you have purchased a home in the past 15 months and do not receive a tax notice, you need to contact the Sheriff’s Tax Office to ensure your taxes do not become d

Slaughter residents still looking for answers about Monolyte Labs Inc. fire

Last Monday an explosion and fire in Slaughter burned Monolyte Labs. Inc, to the ground.

Funding for voucher program ruled unconstitutional

Almost 5000 students' educational future is in limbo after the funding for a voucher program they are enrolled in was deemed unconstitutional by a judge in district court on Friday.

Off-duty deputy busts burglary in-process, three arrested

An off-duty deputy with the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office is credited with landing three burglars behind bars.

Little girl gets weekend getaway to help with loss of father

Christmas came a little early for one Baton Rouge girl Friday. With the generosity of American and American Eagle Airlines, she will be heading on all expense paid trip this weekend with her mother.

Judge: Governor Jindal’s voucher program cannot continue

Judge Tim Kelley ruled today that Governor Jindal’s school voucher program cannot continue. The ruling came this morning after hearing testimony over the past two days and closing arguments.

December 1: Last day for early voting

Secretary of State Tom Schedler reminds everyone that tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, is the last day to cast an early vote in the December 8 General/Congressional Election. Early voting is available in 46 of 64 parishes from 8:30 a.m.

Unrestrained driver dies after being ejected by two-vehicle crash

A 56-year-old man died last night in a two-vehicle crash on US 190. Officials say the man was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash and he was ejected from the vehicle.

Homeowners in Central on guard about door-to-door solicitors

It may be the season of giving but residents of the Carmel Acres neighborhood in Central say a group of three men tried to exploit their generous holiday spirits.

NOAA: Busy 2012 hurricane season continues decades-long high activity era in the Atlantic

Today marks the end of the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane season, one that produced 19 named storms, of which 10 became hurricanes and one became a major hurricane. The number of named storms is well above the average of 12.