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Woman killed in early morning fire at home in Rayne; Fire Marshal investigating

A 45-year-old woman was killed early this morning after a fire ravaged her home in Rayne.

The Big River Regional Stand Up Paddle and Kayak Race

Ever wanted to paddle or race down the biggest river in North America? Well now, here is your chance.

Holden man dies in single-vehicle crash

Alcohol use is suspected to be a factor in a fatal crash that took the life of a Holden man.

Hurricane Katrina: 8 year anniversary of costliest hurricane in U.S. history

Today is the 8-year anniversary of the storm that flooded New Orleans, killed 1,577 people from Louisiana and 238 people in Mississippi, and devastated the region.

Florida man arrested for threatening casino security in Amelia

A Florida man visiting a casino in Amelia was arrested for threatening a security officer. The St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office was called on August 27 at 9:42 p.m. to a casino in Amelia.

Louisiana State Police out in full force this Labor Day holiday

This Labor Day holiday, it's important you obey the rules of the road. With many people going out of town or coming back from a long weekend, State Troopers say they'll be patrolling the I-10 corridor.

Braithwaite community recovery continues one year after Hurricane Isaac

People living in the Braithwaite area of Plaquemines Parish are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Isaac sent a wall of water into their homes last year.

Runners at LSU Lakes question safety after recent robbery

A robbery in broad daylight at the LSU Lakes has some questioning how safe it is to run in the area. Baton Rouge Police tell NBC33 that a female running the lakes around 3:30 p.m. yesterday afternoon was robbed.

Alligator hunters hit the water to find big beasts

Alligator season is officially underway in the Eastern zone of Louisiana. Hunters are trying to bounce back after a hard season last year.

Countdown to 2014: Sponsors announce New Year’s Eve event 'Red Stick Revelry'

Mayor-President Kip Holden joined a group of local companies today to announce that Baton Rouge will host its first annual New Year’s Eve celebration called “Red Stick Revelry.”