Central home catches fire in morning blaze

Unattended cooking material was the cause of a house fire in the 3000 block of Pensacola Dr. on Tuesday morning, according to the Central Fire Department.

EBRSO recognizes deputy service with awards ceremony

The East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office commemorated for the third year in a row those deputies who went above and beyond. Awards were given for years of service, deputy of the year and lifesaving.

Baton Rouge reflects on 9/11

Stop just about anyone on the streets of Baton Rouge Tuesday and mention 9/11, almost all will be able to tell you in vivid detail where they were that day 11 years ago.

Sheriff: We need the public's help to find Keiosha Felix

The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help indentifying the person pictured in the photo above. We’re told the individual might have information regarding the Keiosha Felix investigation.

Louisiana to honor 9/11 victims by flying flags at half-staff today

Flags will be flown at half-staff today in remembrance of those whose lives were lost during the attack on September 11, 2001.

Former Governor Roemer to speak at LSU about presidential campaigns

Former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer will speak at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 3 p.m., as a part of Robert Mann’s honors course that explores presidential campaigns.

LaPlace family finding FEMA aid process diffcult and fruitless

A LaPlace family, who lost everything to Hurricane Isaac is now in a battle to navigate the complex FEMA system.

Neighbors go back to normal after debris pick up begins

Clean up crews are on the move in Ascension Parish and working from the outer edge of the parish in Prairieville and going farther inward everyday.

App prevents texting while driving

Everybody knows you shouldn't be texting while you're driving, but people do it anyway," says inventor Chad Kennedy And in many cases the results can be deadly.

Fraudulent claims already being spotted related to Hurricane Isaac

A national organization headquartered here in Baton Rouge says they're already busy with fraudulent claims stemming from Hurricane Isaac.