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Hurriance Isaac churns up oil from BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico

Frustration continues along the Gulf Coast even after more oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill has been cleaned up.

LSU students disappointed crosses airbrushed from photo by school

A group of LSU students say it feels like a small part of them was stolen by the school when a photo of them was altered to remove crosses before it was sent in a mass email.

BR students take part in national White Cane Day

The Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired spent part of their day helping to raise awareness for those who have trouble seeing.

EBR Deputies take course to improve odds if forced to battle breast cancer

In addition to fighting crime, the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's office wants to improve at fighting breast cancer. Sheriff Gautreaux hosted a "Breast Cancer 101" class for deputies this afternoon.

Boater and his furry friend rescued by NOLA Coast Guard

A man and his best friend, his dog, were rescued by the New Orleans Coast Guard last night after his boat took on water.

Popular blogger, social justice advocate to speak to Southern University

Michael Skolnik, co-founder and editor-in-chief of “” and political director for hip-hop pioneer Russell Simmons, will speak at Southern University.

CANCELED: Journey fans in Lafayette out of show tonight due to singer’s illness

For those who have waited to see the big Journey concert tonight in Lafayette, you’re going to have to wait even longer. Officials announced today that the event has been canceled.

Shreveport woman drives car off top of casino parking garage, fell 60 feet

A nightmare scenario played out this morning at a casino in Shreveport after a young woman’s car plummeted 60 feet to the ground from the top deck of a parking garage.

Cement truck went too fast while turning, crashed into bayou Terrebonne

A road in Houma is closed because a cement truck lost control and crashed into bayou Terrebonne.

Explosion in bunker at Camp Minden reported in three parishes

What was originally thought to be a meteor hitting in Minden, La. has now been confirmed as an explosion at a military site where explosives are stored.