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"The Vampire Diaries" vs "Twilight"

BLOODY MERRY: 5 REASONS "VAMPIRE DIARIES" IS BETTER THAN "TWiLIGHT" By Ari Karpel Listen up, Twi-hards!

Homes underwater in Iberville

Iberville Parish is under a state of emergency after rain flooded much of the area over the last several weeks. The Coast Guard shut down all boat traffic until the flood waters start to go down. The water is up to 7 1/2 feet at Bayou Sorrel.

Hunting halted in nine parishes

Many sportsmen across South Louisiana will have to find a new place to hunt until the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries lifts a ban they’ve placed across nine parishes on all hunting seasons, with the exception waterfowl. Officials say

Baton Rouge Police Chief Injured in Morotcycle Crash

Saturday afternoon, State Police investigated a motorcycle crash involving BRPD Chief Jeff LeDuff. The crash happened around 1:45 near the intersection of I-10 and Siegen Lane.

UPDATE: Missing Child Has Been Found

UPDATE: Missing Child Has Been Found FROM EBRSO PRESS RELEASE At approximately 12:15 pm, the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's office located 12-year-old Aliyah Stewart after receiving a lead from the Smart Ring callout messages. The young girl wa

Caught in the Web: Car replica 64 times its original size

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Saints game airing on Cox

BATON ROUGE(AP) Good news for Saints fans in Baton Rouge: They don't need to subscribe to the NFL Network to watch Saturday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Cox Communications announced Friday that its customers in the Baton Rouge market will b

LA National Guardsmen heading to Afghanistan

Members of the Louisiana National Guard left for training in Georgia this afternoon. Friends and family said goodbye to seven soldiers of the 204th Threater Airfield Operations group. They will be stationed in Afghanistan for one year where the

Caught in the Web: Christmas comes early for man coming home from trip

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Rising Rivers Altering Plans

This week's heavy rain is taking it's toll on area rivers. The Amite river just outside of Baton Rouge has left feet of water on local back roads - and with the National Weather Service saying waters will rise more, some are finding higher ground