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Baton Rouge is the number one destination for month of October

Baton Rouge is the place to be in October. That's according to a survey released by CheapFlights.com.

November election to include 9 proposed amendments in Louisiana

People in Louisiana won't just be voting for president in November. There are also nine proposed amendments to the state's constitution.

Office of Juvenile Justice receives national recognition for innovative program

The Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ) has been recognized by Harvard University for its innovative programming.

LSU survey shows serious concerns in New Orleans regarding daily newspaper

In May, the Times-Picayune, the daily newspaper serving the greater New Orleans area since 1837, announced it would cease daily publication and switch to a Wednesday, Friday and Sunday schedule with a supplemental sports paper printed on days a

Baton Rouge apartment fire displaces two

An overnight apartment fire occurred in the 13000 block of Kenner Avenue last night. St. George firefighters told NBC33 that a fire broke out between the walls of two apartments in the complex.

Family says they were scammed by local roofing company

Several families in the area are claiming they have fallen victim to a company called Porter Roofing, after paying out thousands for roofing repairs they're realizing the workmanship is not what they thought they paid for.

Istrouma students help weatherize homes

"Very overwhelmed. I'm emotional right now," says homeowner Lynda Turner.

Local politicians, LSU host debate watch 'parties'

Several politicians and even LSU have announced watch parties for tonight's presidential debate. State Representative Alfred Williams is hosting a watch party at Match Box Café and Lounge, starting at 7:00 p.m.

Bottlenose dolphin found in Mississippi river being analyzed

Crews have recovered the caucus of a dolphin that was discovered Monday, Oct. 1 in the Mississippi River near the old bridge.

GOHSEP reviews Hurricane Isaac response: Share your thoughts

The Governor’s Office of Homeland Security Emergency Preparedness spent the morning reviewing its response to Hurricane Isaac. Now, we want to know what you think.