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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.

Couple saved from fire by neighbor's knock at the door

A Baton Rouge couple spent sunday cleaning up after a fire destroyed the top of their home.

Jaguar and Tiger fans flock to Big Easy for Bayou Classic

Die hard Jaguar and Tiger fans filled the streets of New Orleans for the Bayou Classic Saturday. The rivalry between Grambling State University and Southern University is legendary.

Small business Saturday hits Baton Rouge

Shoppers gave small businesses across the country a big boost Saturday. Here in Baton Rouge stores like Circa 1857 open their doors for small business Saturday.

LSP: Drugs may be to blame for fatal crash in St. Tammany Parish

Earlier this morning, Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop L began investigating a single vehicle fatal crash on LA 433 approximately 1.5 miles west of U.S. 11.

B.R. bus repair shop blaze shuts down stretch of Greenwell Springs Rd.

Greenwell Springs Rd. from Lobdell to Victoria in Baton Rouge was shut down in both directions after a possible hazardous material spill. The road was reopened around 11:30pm.

Annual Thanksgiving dinner draws hundreds from around Baton Rouge

For over a quarter of a century Holiday Helpers Inc. of Baton Rouge have offered a free Thanksgiving meal for the entire community. Some attending came to volunteer and serve this year.

Amazing Christmas light display brings in thousands of gifts for Toys for Tots

Ray Daigle turned on his Christmas lights Friday night for the first time this season, 1.3 million lights dancing to more than 20 songs.