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Emotional homecoming for wounded St. John the Baptist sheriff's deputy

Deputy Jason Triche returned home Monday after spending more than three months in the hospital.

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.

DPW director looking at clean-up improvements for next storm

Just a week and a half after David Guillory stepped in to the role of interim director of the East Baton Rouge Parish Department of Public Works, he had a hurricane on his hands.

Bonnie Kate on the road to recovery

Bonnie Kate Pourciau is closer to her dream of walking than she has been in a long time. Since shortly after being shot in a Colorado movie theatre back in July she's been going through intensive physical therapy.

Shop safe on Cyber Monday

Thousands of holiday shoppers are expected to hit the internet this Cyber Monday. Consumer advocates warn it's also a time criminals try to trick these shoppers into giving them their personal information.

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.

$11,000 reward: Several cats shot to death at close range in Ethel

An $11,000 reward is being offered for information leading the arrest of the person(s) responsible for shooting several cats earlier this month in the Ethel area.

LSU to hold annual Candlelight Celebration to kick off holiday season

LSU will honor the holiday traditions of Christmas, Kwanzaa and Hanukkah when it holds its annual Candlelight Celebration on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 5:00 p.m. in the Claude L.

14 fatalities investigated by Louisiana State Police over Thanksgiving holiday

During the Thanksgiving holiday week, Louisiana State Police investigated thirteen fatal crashes that resulted in fourteen deaths across the state.

Big choices on the bayou, look at life for Bayou Corne residents

Duane Bier built his home on Bayou Corne with his own hands. He thought the house would be a place for him to retire. He chose life on the bayou because of its beautiful scenery.