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CATS offering shuttle to LSU during 2014 football season

Capital Area Transit System will be offering a shuttle service to LSU during the 2014 football season for home games.

LPSO conducting sobriety checkpoint during Labor Day weekend

On Friday, August 29, 2014, the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office - in conjunction with several other local law enforcement agencies - will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in Livingston Parish. Unknown Object

St. John Parish on alert after brain-eating amoeba found in water system

Labor Day weekend is pretty much synonymous with water fun in Louisiana, but for residents in one water district in St. John the Baptist Parish, there are dire warnings about their water.

BRPD searching for man who robbed gas station on Highland Rd

Police are looking for a black man who robbed the Hop-In Chevron Service Station at 2915 Highland Road.

LSP arrests man for driving 129 mph on Nicholson Drive

On August 27, 2014, Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop “A” arrested Dmonte W. Stockton, 20, of Baton Rouge, for Reckless Operation.

FDA recalls dog food sold at BR area Dollar General stores

Mars Petcare US Announces Voluntary Recall of 22 Bags of PEDIGREE® Brand Adult Complete Nutrition for Dogs Sold at Dollar General in Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee and Louisiana

Man shot by LPSO during suicide attempt

An Albany man is now dead after threatening police with a gun, who tried to stop him from comitting suicide. Livingston Sheriff Jason Ard says a man was trying to commit suicide at a home in the 3100 block of

APSO identifies suspect in Prairieville car burglaries

Deputies need your help finding a white man who burglarized several cars in a Prairieville neighborhood.

Discovery Channel cancels 'Sons of Guns' after Will Hayden's rape arrest

"Sons of Guns" star Will Hayden lost his reality show, his company and his freedom when he was arrested Wednesday on rape charges.

Livingston animal rescue organization asks for help to continue operations

An animal rescue organization in Livingston Parish is shutting down operations because there are too many animals that need help, and not enough resources to do so.