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BRPD says to practice gun safety on New Year's Eve

BATON ROUGE, LA (FOX44) - New Year's is the time for celebration, but brpd says that celebration could get someone killed if guns are involved.

Man robs people in his own apartment complex

LAFAYETTE, LA (FOX44) - Friday morning Lafayette Sheriff's Deputies caught a man who was robbing people in his own apartment complex. They said it happened around 1:15 a.m.

Man leaves daughter in Wal-Mart to steal TV

GONZALES, LA (FOX44) - Saturday morning, the Gonzales Police Department arrested a man who left his child alone in Walmart for petty theft.

Dense Fog Advisory tonight

Fog should begin to develop quickly after sunset with dense fog likely occurring around 9pm through 6am tomorrow, New Year's Day, after the front moves through. It is likely that visibility will be less than one quarter mile at times.

New information in Shooting in Iberville Parish

PLAQUEMINE, LA (FOX44) - There's new information in a story we brought you last night from Plaquemine. Police say they've arrested two people for shooting windows out of businesses.

Hotels in Baton Rouge have you covered for New Years

BATON ROUGE, LA (FOX44) - Hotels are making your decision to party or get pulled or get pulled over an easy one this New Year's Eve.

Funding battle changes emergency response near Baker

BAKER, La (FOX44) — People living on the outskirts of Baker will see some big changes going into the New Year. The Baker Fire Department will stop answering emergency calls for those areas come Sunday.

Family member of Addis car wreck victim speaks out

ADDIS, LA (FOX) — The aunt and grandmother of Mona Jewell's fiance are now both dead, following an accident at the intersection of LA Highway 1 and Sugar Plantation Parkway in Addis.

Tiger fans in Afghanistan

SALERNO, AFGHANISTAN - (FOX44) LSU football fans aren't just in Louisiana. FOX44 found out there are dozens in Afghanistan!

Residents living near Jetson feel safe

BAKER, La (NBC33) — Luke Thomas has lived right across the street from the front gates of the Jetson Center for Youth for 30 years.