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Bicycle safety still a concern one year after crash killed local rider

A year after a car crash killed Nathan Crowson and badly injured Danny Morris, road safety is still a concern for bicyclists around t

Neighbors say 20 Ventress horses are being neglected, some close to death

Six months ago, 20 horses were moved on to the five-acre property next to Randall Gremillion's house in Ventress. At first, the Gremillion's were excited with their new neighbors.

Super Bowl means big bucks for Baton Rouge hotels

Baton Rouge hotels can't wait for the big game to arrive in New Orleans in just a couple of weeks.

Woman with swampy backyard gets help after 4 years of fighting flooding

A Gonzales woman says she's been dealing with flooding in her yard for the past four years. She's fought with the water company to get her yard dried out.

CAAWS needs volunteers for pet parade

Calling all animal lovers! The 14th annual Capital Area Animal Welfare Society Mystic Krewe of Mutts rolls in Downtown Baton Rouge Sunday January 27 at 1:30 pm.

Iberville hires on more deputies to patrol schools

After viewing school shooting tragedy's from afar, Iberville Parish authorities and school leaders are taking precautions closer to home to ensure their students never end up in that situation.

MLK inspires volunteers to do community service

Jaleesa Hooker and about a dozen volunteers from Southern and Southeastern universities decided there was no better time than Martin Luther King day to do some community service work.

Water main busts, floods Perkins Road

It was a wet ride for some drivers on Perkins road this morning. A water main broke and caused flooding on Perkins Road between College Drive and North Acadian Thruway.

NAACP holds march for Dr. Martin Luther King

The Baton Rouge chapter of the NAACP held a march to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Members of the Capitol City's faith community led the march early this morning, and dozens of people joined in.