EBR coroner warns of positional asphyxia; could kill infants, adults

The East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner is trying to raise awareness of a type of accidental suffocation. Positional asphyxia happens to both children and adults when the way they're laying down and don’t get enough oxygen.

Boil advisory issued for portions of Iberville Parish

A boil alert advisory has been issued for Iberville Parish Water District 3 customers located on Hwy. 992-3 (Tenant Road) from Highway 75 (Belleview Road) to Hwy.

Local meat packing company recalling over 20,000 pounds of deli meat

Manda Packing Company, a Baker, La., establishment, is recalling approximately 20,166 pounds of cooked roast beef deli meat due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S.

Jindal to visit New Hampshire, stoking 2016 speculation

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal will headline a GOP fundraiser next month in New Hampshire, a move that will fuel speculation he is seriously eyeing a bid for the Republican presidential nomination.

MISSING: Donaldsonville man last seen by family members in February

A 45-year-old Donaldsonville man has been reported missing according to Major Kevin Hanna of the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Parents upset about plan to move children from Delmont Elementary

Parents at Delmont Elementary are mad at the East Baton Rouge School District for taking their children out of a school they like.

Local business owner feels 'violated' after her store is robbed

Anne Ogea's store, Lion’s Gate, is still closed. And now, she wants to know who broke into her store around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday night.

Garyville woman killed in crash on Airline Highway

A woman has passed away after getting into a car accident in Reserve.

Investigators search dumping ground for stolen vehicles for missing school teacher’s car

Search crews will scour an area of New Orleans east today that is a known dumping ground for stolen vehicles. Investigators hope to recover clues in the case of missing school teacher, Terilynn Monette.

LSU professor gives thoughts on North Korea's nuclear attack threats

While the nation continues to monitor the nuclear threats presented by North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, LSU Associate Professor of Political Science David Sobek is keeping a close eye on the escalating threats as well.