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Tub Time With Tate: Local photographer makes an impact with his unique style

To be an artist, you need a vision. One local photographer's creativity is taking him to places he's never imagined. Photography, for Tate Tullier, it started off as just a hobby.

System, psychology combine to allow drivers to get repeated DWI charges

For the second time in a month, a local driver has been arrested with a significant number of DWI charges, prompting lots of people to ask how someone with several DWIs on their record can continue to drive.

LSU in search of second straight Super Six appearance

The third-seeded LSU gymnastics team will compete for a spot in the NCAA Super Six Finals for the second straight season and fourth time overall when the Tigers take on five other teams in NCAA Semifinal I at 1 p.m. CT Friday in BJCC Arena.

Zurich Classic Capital One Bank Celebrity Shootout players announced

Recently signed New Orleans Saints cornerback Champ Bailey will make his public debut when sports and music stars will tee it up for their respective charities in the Capital One Bank Celebrity Shootout at 3 p.m.

Law enforcement officials join together with students to stop the violence

It seems every night, we're telling you about something violent that happened in our area, but there are some people who say there is something we can do about it. It starts in our schools.

Residents speak out about drive by shooting: they say less guns and more work is key

Police are still on the lookout for a drive by shooter, who injured three people in Baton Rouge Tuesday night. It happened around nine Tuesday in a subdivision off of Staring Ln.

Community reacts to officer involved shooting

People living in the Happywoods Subdivision are still processing after an officer involved shooting in their neighborhood.

Setting up for success: Southern University hosts conference to help small business owners

Starting a small business can be tough and costs a lot of money. More than half of small businesses fail within the the first four years, but Southern University is trying to make that trend a thing of the past.

Lady Jaguar softball team eyes SWAC title after 0-23 start

The Southern softball program hasn’t had much to cheer about in recent years. The 2014 season didn’t start well but there’s a renewed spirit on campus.

Port Allen celebrates inauguration of new mayor Richard Lee III

Port Allen believes the third time is the charm. Mayor Richard Lee III was sworn into office Wednesday night. He is Port Allen's third mayor in the last six months.