‘Splash Pads’ set to blast off warmer days at BREC parks

The weather’s getting warmer and BREC is opening up its “Splash Pads” to help you stay cool.

Teacher tenure bill ruled unconstitutional

A Baton Rouge judge ruled the Act One or the "teacher tenure" bill is against the unconstitutional. 19th Judicial District Court Judge Michael Caldwell says the bill has too many topics wrapped up in it.

HIV cure gives hope to those already living with the virus

  Baton Rouge has the second highest rate of HIV infection in the United States, so the fact that a baby was cured gives locals hope.

41-year-old woman arrested for engaging in sexual relationship with teen boy

A 41-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly participating in sexual relationship with a teen she met online.

Jindal's teacher tenure revamp rulled illegal by BR judge

Baton Rouge Judge Michael Caldwell says Governor Bobby Jindal’s revamp of teacher tenure laws is illegal because it was included in legislation that had too many other items.

Seven months later, Bayou Corne residents plea for help

Bayou Corne residents are hoping a big name can help them figure out what to do next. Sunday marked the 7 month anniversary of the formation of a massive sinkhole in Bayou Corne.

Gonzales duo grills to perfection

Two Gonzales grillers were named grand champs of the grill Saturday. Adam Gautreau and Jason White beat out 27 other teams at the Sam's Club National Barbeque Competition.

Banishing breast cancer one runner at a time

Hundreds of people decked out in pink packed LSU's campus for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

Dr. Seuss stories come alive at Read Across Louisiana event

Louisiana Association of Educators teamed up with NBC33's Kris Cusanza, mayor kip holden and other "celebrity" readers for the 3rd annual Read Across Louisiana event.

Grilling kings fight for title of best barbequer

Barbeque big timers got a chance to show off their grilling skills saturday at the sams club national barbeque competition.