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Men's Warehouse holding suit drive

You can help men and women who are being released from prison with a fresh start.

Another charged in 'Operation Blighted Officials'

United States Attorney Donald J. Cazayoux, Jr., announced that another individual has been charged in Operation Blighted Officials. Richard L.

Livingston’s new burglary division arrests two for felony theft

Detectives in the newly-formed Burglary Division of the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office arrested two men in connection with the theft of aluminum from Ferrara Fire Apparatus, Inc. in Holden.

Gas prices finally drop below $3 in BR

For the first time in months prices at the pump in Baton Rouge at some stations are under $3 a gallon.

Young girl found walking alone down dangerous road in Lafayette

A four year old girl is in state’s custody after she was found walking alone down a dangerous road in Lafayette.

Local recording artist has all music equipment stolen

"Steel" Bill Tharpe is a Louisiana native, who's recorded songs with everyone from Macy Gray to rapper Bun B.

BREC employess fear programs may be cut

Fred Allen work for BREC. The parks commission decided on Thursday not to approve a tax that would have added $1.5 million to BREC's $50 million budget.

Single engine plane crashes in Iberia Parish, pilot survives

A single engine plane crashed this morning in Iberia Parish. The pilot was transported to a local hospital, but the extent of his injuries is unknown at this time.

First sign language interpreter class graduates from DPS&C program

Eleven graduates lined the stage at the Elayn Hunt Correctional Center. All are offenders in the custody of the Louisiana Department of public safety and corrections, and all are part of the first graduating sign language interpreter program.

Thousands lose power in Sherwood Forest area

In Baton Rouge, thousands spend about two hours without power at a time when it felt almost 105 degrees outside. Most of the outages were in the south Sherwood Forest area.