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Baton Rouge Youth Coalition takes part in charity campaign

The Baton Rouge Youth Coalition helps local high school students, and you can make sure they have the money to continue doing their work.

FEMA gives over $7 million to Louisiana agencies after Hurricane Isaac

For all the past talk of FEMA making it difficult to get reimbursements to those in need, the agency appears to be coming through this time around.

Louisiana Secretary of State to educate Middle East troops about absentee voting

Secretary of State Tom Schedler is one of five secretaries of state, along with Federal Voting Assistance Program Staff, who are on an overseas trip to educate and assist servicemen, women and their families regarding military and overseas abse

Forum Energy announce new $19 million facility in St. Martin Parish

 Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and Forum Energy Technologies CEO Cris Gaut announced the company’s plans to build a new 150,000-square-foot facility in St.

DOTD revises estimate for White Castle ferry's expected return to service date

Today, the Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced a revised estimate for when the White Castle ferry is expected to return to service.

Louisiana Army National Guardsman killed in crash

On Tuesday, Sept. 11, a crash involving two vehicles killed a Louisiana Army National Guardsman from Shreveport, LA and moderately injured another.

LSU among top 20 schools listed for Best Tailgating Celebrations by Southern Living

In the South, tailgating is a time-honored tradition. From the food and drinks to the style and traditions, nobody does tailgating quite like Southerners.

Lolo Jones starts up 'Hurdles of Hope'

Lolo Jones, the two-time Olympic hurdler and former LSU great, announced this week the start of the Lolo Jones Foundation and its signature program, Hurdles for Hope.

Business recovery centers open for Isaac victims

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Last day for Ascension Parish residents to apply for disaster food stamps

Today was the last time people in Ascension Parish could apply for disaster food stamps. More than 1,100 people made it out to the Lamar Dixon Expo Center on Tuesday to apply.