Teen dies in two-vehicle crash

IBBERVILLE, LA — Today, Friday, March 9, troopers with Louisiana State Police Troop A investigated a two vehicle crash on LA Highway 411 south of Slacks Bridge which claimed the life of a Maringouin teen.

Monster truck to set to crush bully

BATON ROUGE,LA (FOX44) — The Boys and Girls Club of Baton Rouge are tackling the issue of bullying thanks to Monster Jam's "Medusa".

Livingston parish to get animal control

LIVINGSTON PARISH, La (FOX44) — A plan to finally bring animal control to Livingston Parish is in the works. Parish President Layton Ricks has taken the first steps towards setting up a shelter.

Lafayette attorney to take over as Claims Administrator of BP settlement program

LOUISIANA (FOX44) — A federal judge has appointed Lafayette attorney to relieve Ken Feinberg. Patrick Juneau will be the new Claims Administrator of the oil spill settlement program.

Cleo Fields serves keynote address at Founder’s Day celebration at Southern

BATON ROUGE, LA (FOX44) — Former alumni and Congressman Cleo Fields was the keynote speaker at Southern University today. His speech was part of the Founder's Day Celebration activities at the school.

Patient escapes transport custody; missing in Denham Springs area

DENHAM SPRINGS, LA (FOX44) — A mental health patient being transported from Bogalusa to the Baton Rouge General Hospital escaped from custody last night, Wednesday, March 8, in the Denham Springs Area.

Early morning fire completely destroys BR home

BATON ROUGE, LA (FOX44) — An early morning fire caused a total of $125,000 of damage to a home in Baton Rouge.

Friends remember Shirley Marchand

Natchez, MS (FOX44) — Today SHirley marchand awas buriedin her hometown of Natchex, Mississippi.

Gonzales residents calling for justice

GONZALES, La (FOX44) — People in the normally quiet city of Gonzales say they are elated to hear of so many arrests made in a deadly home invasion that rocked their community.

Addis gets traffic light

Addis, LA (FOX44) — "I lost them twelve years ago out there because they didn't have a light," says Addis resident Richard Ramagos.