Local News

Woman grows strong local business with her ‘seeds of success’

There's a new snack on the market and it has a Louisiana kick.

LSP: license plate readers help greatly, pose no privacy threat

The Louisiana State Police is defending its use of technology that helps it track suspicious cars.

Group pushing to make Watson third city in Livingston Parish

There's a grassroots push to make Watson the third city in Livingston Parish. The group Neighbors In Action is meeting with people interested in the idea later this month to gauge what interest there is.

Big Buddy to hold 23rd annual Burger Bash fundraiser

The Big Buddy Program will host the 23rd Annual Burger Bash Scholarship Fundraiser, February 20, 2013 from 6-8pm at Catholic High School, 855 Hearthstone Street.

Fatal crash in Pointe Coupee Parish involves school bus

One person has died after a wreck involving a school bus Tuesday morning.

Traffic study reveals Baton Rouge to have some of the worst traffic in the nation

42 hours, that's the amount of time on average a Baton Rouge driver spends in traffic in just one year, according to a recently released study by Texas A & M.

Clinton man dies in fire started by unattended cigarette

An early morning fire in Clinton has left one man dead. Fire Marshal Butch Browning says the fire most likely started after a cigarette was left unattended and burning on the man's couch where he was lying.

Third party to be hired to investigate Superdome blackout

An independent third party will be hired to conduct an investigation into the partial blackout at Sunday's Super Bowl.

Louisiana artist Amy Dixon shows off collection

Louisiana native and famous painter Amy Dixon came to Baton Rouge to show her fans how it's done.

Fill up on free pancakes for good cause

Calling all pancake lovers Tuesday February 5 is your chance to get free pancakes plus help out sick kids.