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New fire station on Choctaw is open for business

A fire station in Baton Rouge has got a new home yesterday.

Service providers look at what Jindal's tax plan could mean for their bottom line

If the legislature passes Governor Jindal’s proposed tax plan dozens of services people use every day like hair styling, tanning, nail services and tattoos could have a sales tax tacked on.

Search for missing New Orleans teacher suspended

The search for missing teacher Terrilynn Monette has been suspended in New Orleans.

LSU faculty: 'No confidence' in university’s governing board

Faculty at LSU stated that they do not believe that the university’s governing board can make wise decisions.

Meth trail: No laws to enforce the cleaning of chemical exposure

One of the largest meth busts in East Baton Rouge Parish history occurred at a Baton Rouge condo on Monday, March 18.

Local jobs report shows indicators of strong future growth

State officials celebrated the latest jobs numbers Monday, even though Louisiana's unemployment rate rose by 1.7 percent.

AG Buddy Caldwell: Google’s settlement with Louisiana is a victory for citizens’ privacy rights

Attorney General Buddy Caldwell said that Louisiana’s Constitution grants its citizens some of the strongest privacy rights in the country.

Jindal visits Bayou Corne, talks with sinkhole victims

Governor Boby Jindal has finally made his trip to visit the sinkhole-affected region in Bayou Corne. Many residents in the area say that this is the day they have been waiting for.

MISSING: Deputies seek Hammond man with connection to Baton Rouge

A Hammond man went missing over a week ago and officials are asking for the public’s assistance to locate him.

Saved by the Belt: How a simple decision saved two lives

When you look at the photograph, it’s hard to imagine anyone could have walked away from the crash. But a woman and her 12-year-old son did just that and it was the simple decision to fasten seat belts that made it possible.