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UPDATE: Missing autistic child's body found, cause of death under investigation

Update (Louisiana State Police):  Foul play has been ruled out as investigators have determined that the juvenile left the North River Rd. residence by foot.

Mike the Tiger and cow pals pump up LSU spirit

There are only 16 days until the LSU Tigers go head to head with Clemson in the Chick-fil-A Bowl in Atlanta, but some LSU fans are already starting to party.

Santa comes early to Ascension Parish

Imagine going to look under the tree Christmas morning and not having any presents. Sheriff's deputies in Ascension Parish wanted to make sure that didn't happen to kids in their area.

Raising Cane’s collects more than $87,000 to end childhood hunger

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, its crewmembers and loyal “Caniacs” rallied around Share Our Strength’s Dine Out For No Kid Hungry™ campaign in September, raising $87,368 to help end childhood hunger in America.

NBC33 Holiday Collection Drive a success

After two separate drives, many needy people in the Baton Rouge area have supplies they need thanks to you.

Louisiana State Police to hold free holiday child safety seat installation event

The Louisiana Passenger Safety Task Force (LPSTF), Louisiana State Police Troop A and “Lexlee’s Kids” will collaborate to celebrate the holidays and promote safety on Saturday, December 15, 2012 from 12:00 p.m. -3:00 p.m.

Baton Rouge doctors use cutting edge procedure to help prevent knee replacement surgery

A breakthrough medical treatment happening right here in Baton Rouge is showing big results. The goal is to eliminate knee surgery.

Tuberculosis testing in Lafayette expands as possible exposure links widen

The Office of Public Health announced today a plan to add two elementary schools to the tuberculosis tests that will be conducted next week.

Newtown shooting will influence Livingston Parish safety procedures

The Livingston Parish School District and Sheriff Jason Ard will study the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting to devise ways to better protect local students.

18 year old Southern graduate makes university history

Friday Polite Stewart made history at Southern University, by being the youngest grad the school has ever seen.