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Baton Rouge leaders look at the economic impact of Bayou Country Superfest

Mayor Kip Holden was joined today by the head of Visit Baton Rouge and Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne today to announce next year’s Bayou Country Superfest lineup.

Zachary family picking up the pieces after overnight fire destroys home, kills pets

An early morning fire consumed a home in Zachary. Now, just before Christmas, fire officials say it's a total loss; the four people who lived here say their loss is “devastating."

Students speak out about how LSU handled this years major incidents

LSU has seen more than its share of emergencies in recent months, from a bomb threat to Hurricane Isaac. Tuesday, faculty, staff and students gathered to talk about how the university handled those incidents.

13-year-old killed while attempting to cross five lanes of traffic on I-10 in Metairie

A 13-year-old boy was struck and killed by a tow truck after he attempted to cross five lanes of traffic on I-10.

Baton Rouge nurse recognized nationally for her work in HIV education

Baton Rouge Nurse Meredith Lampton is usually the first person a patient will see after learning they've tested positive for HIV.

Local businesses share in success of Bayou Country Superfest

As much as businesses near Tiger Stadium love fall Saturdays, they say they dread summer weekends. All except Memorial Day Weekend, that is.

Chef breaks down what health code violation report means for customers

Chefs at the Louisiana Culinary Institute are clean experts. They spend 30 hours learning the does and don'ts of safely slicing up and serving diner's favorite dishes.

18-year-old killed after flipping vehicle several times in single-vehicle crash

An 18-year-old was killed yesterday afternoon in Houma after his vehicle crashed and flipped several times.

Permits issued to restaurants with uncorrected health violations

Monday, Louisiana’s Legislative Auditor Daryl Purpera, announced his office has investigated the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals Office of Public Health.

Melrose East neighborhood faced with decision to approve tax that will help with crime

Crime was rampant in the Melrose East area of Baton Rouge a few years ago, but that has since changed. With the help of MECA, the Melrose East Community Association, the area is slowly growing and crime has decreased.