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Judge rules Woody Jenkins has no standing in annexation lawsuit

The future of the city of St. George is far from decided, but supporters lost an important fight in court Monday. Judge Janice Clark ruled against a lawsuit that challenged the annexation of the Mall of Louisiana and Baton Rouge General.

Baton Rouge Zoo to host charity races for adults & children August 23

BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo will hold their annual ZooZoom 5K and ½ Mile Fun Run on Saturday, August 23 beginning at 7:45 a.m. Both the children’s fun run and the adult 5K race will take place inside the Zoo.

St. Martin Parish using new GPS technology along Atchafalaya Basin

It's no secret that the basin is huge. And in a rescue - time is a first responders enemy.

Baton Rouge road closures August 4-13

Parts of the I-10 Mississippi River Bridge, US 61 and Business US 190 will be closed in the next week.

St. Martin Parish using new GPS technology along the basin

It's no secret that the basin is huge. And in a rescue - time is a first responders enemy.

APSO secures warrants for 5 people who failed to go to court

Deputies are looking for five Ascension Parish residents who did not show up in court.

BRPD looking for man who robbed Broke 'Til Payday on Florida Blvd

Detectives are looking for a black man who robbed a payday lending business on August 4, 2014.

Hurricane Bertha forms in the Atlantic Ocean, no threat to Gulf

Hurricane Bertha has formed in the Atlantic Ocean with maximum sustained winds of 80 miles per hour.

Police looking for man who robbed Dollar General on Plank Road

Detectives are looking for a black man who robbed a discount store on August 3, 2014.

Weddings? Babies? Now college kids are registering for gifts too

By Katie Lobosco NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Move over brides and expectant moms: Now college-bound kids want to be showered with gifts also.