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Purple and gold loving robot pours brew for tailgate crew

Most tailgates have tent, some chairs, a grill, and ice box, but what about a robot built to serve you brew? One LSU grad came up with a beerbot that's turning heads at his tailgate.

Capped super hero's cars come to campus

Tailgaters on the LSU Parade Grounds got the chance to see some hot wheels from the big screen before the Alabama game.

Texas Brine moves forward with flaring off natural gas

The Texas Brine Company continues with it's clean up efforts surrounding a massive sinkhole and natural gas bubbling in Assumption Parish.

FEMA offers free home repair advice for those recovering from Hurricane Isaac

If you need to fix your roof, clean up mold and mildew, or just want to storm-proof your home for the future, FEMA has hired experts to give free home repair advice to victims of Hurricane Isaac.

Hospital employees outraged; layed off and not paid

Former employees of the Cypress Psychiatric Hospital are angry because they have been laid off and still have not been paid.

Deputy responding to emergency call crashes into motorist

An EBR Sheriff’s Deputy was involved in a crash on Bluebonnet near the Interstate. We’re told no one was seriously injured.

Kenner receives check for $21 million from the DEQ State Revolving Loan Fund

Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Secretary Peggy Hatch presented a $21 million check to the city of Kenner yesterday.

BRAVE program not making 70805 residents feel safer

Twenty-five year old Anthony Winfield knows how violent the 70805 zip code can be.

LSU's board decides to take more time for system wide reorganization

Members of LSU’s board of supervisors seem to agree, reorganization over the university's campuses is long over due.

Two killed in early morning crash on I-10

Two people were killed in a crash that happened during the early morning on I-10 East near the Mississippi River Bridge.