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Entergy to replace 100 miles of gas pipelines in Baton Rouge

What are the dangers of our aging natural gas pipelines? Well that answer is simple.

LHSAA talks playoffs prior to state convention

"I think the way that it's worked in football is that it's better if we are together. In the playoffs you miss those big competitions between private and public schools."

LSU's 'Bone Lady' says goodbye after 30 years

Mary Manhein has dedicated her life to bringing closure to local families. She has worked on hundreds of cold cases and examined thousands of bones.

Study shows LA has one of the highest black homicide rates in the nation

 No one in Baton Rouge seems too surprised that our state had one of the highest black victimization homicide rates in the nation in 2012.

Tom Brady on 'Deflategate:' 'I didn't alter the ball'

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and team coach Bill Belichick called separate press conferences on Thursday to declare they didn't deflate footballs at Sunday's AFC Championship Game, a controversy that's cast a shadow ov

New Orleans City Council unanimously passes smoking ban in bars, casinos

The New Orleans City Council unanimously voted in favor of the smoke-free ban Thursday, which makes it illegal to smoke in all ‘enclosed’ public spaces.

Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign kicks off

 Right now, a local non-profit is gearing up for a campaign that could save lives.

Is proton therapy the 'magic bullet' for cancer?

Even after decades of battling one of the world's biggest killers, the treatment of cancer is still an inexact science.

42 measles cases linked to Disneyland

Happiness isn't the only contagious thing at Disneyland in California.

Boston doctor killed in hospital shooting had treated gunman's mom

The Boston doctor who was fatally shot Tuesday at Brigham and Women's Hospital had treated the mother of the gunman, a source briefed on the investigation told CNN.