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Wife honors late husband with ultimate Saints funeral

Here in Louisiana, it's pretty rare to find anyone who's not a Saints fan. So many of us bleed black and gold, but there are always those fans who take it to the next level, and some who consider themselves the ultimate Who Dat fan.

Alternative taxi service Uber now available in Baton Rouge

Uber released a statement today announcing that Baton Rouge residents can now request a ride around town using the Uber app. Uber started four years ago and currently operates in 140 cities and 40 countries. 

13-year-old car burglar attacks Hammond woman with baton

The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s arrested a 13-year-old teen for burglary and aggravated battery on Thursday.

BRPD find 22-year-old man shot to death in middle of S 17 St.

A young man is dead after being shot in the middle of a street, late Thursday night.

UPDATE: All lanes now OPEN on I-10 Eastbound near Port Allen

UPDATE: All lanes are open on I-10 East at LA-1 in Port Allen and on the Mississippi River Bridge . The queue from this incident has reached approximately 2 miles before LA-415.

Both groups claiming to run Azalea Lakes HOA resign under pressure from residents

The Azalea Lakes subdivision started Thursday with two groups claiming to be the board of its homeowners association. It ended the day with nobody in charge.

State Capitol Security Project kicks off: locals worried about traffic and parking

Traffic and parking are already a pain for those who frequent the downtown area and it's going to get much worse before it gets better thanks to a new project near the State Capitol.

Gozales PD looking for men who stole $1 from vending machines, caused $700 in damages

The Gonzales Police Department is trying to identify two men suspected of breaking into vending machines at an area hotel. The two suspects entered the hotel on July 1, and visited several vending machines on different floors.

Beyond the call of duty: Troopers honored for hard work

They protect us every day, out on the highways and close to home. Today State Police held their annual awards ceremony.

BR family still looking for person who killed cat

It's been more than two weeks since a Baton Rouge family's cat disappeared and turned up in two pieces. Investigators soon determined that it was not a question of what happened to the cat, but rather who did it.