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Saints inspire local artist

The Saints’ incredible march to Super Bowl XLIV in Miami inspires a local artist—to paint it. Dwayne Conrad has titled this masterpiece "Who Dat Nation: The Journey.” Conrad says yhe painting takes us back four decades starting with the franchise

Churches push back services for Superbowl

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Faith. Hope. Prayer. Abiding love.

Who Dat Underdog

Check out this song that some local Saints fans wrote.

Cover boy to curse Saints?

Saints fans are hoping a certain superstition won't keep their squad from a Super Bowl win this weekend.

Black and gold fashion to the extreme

A black and gold Super Bowl has Saints fans sporting their team’s colors proudly. But we aren't just talking about clothing. “Who Dat” hair is the newest trend at Mo Hair Salon.

Caught in the Web: Beyonce, Taylor Swift winners at last night's Grammys

Here are some stories we found tonight, "Caught in the Web":

LA doctors and nurses fly to Haiti

Folks in Louisiana continue to reach out to the earthquake victims in Haiti. This time, two planes carrying doctors and nurses from the Bayou State left for a hospital 30 miles from Port-au-Prince.

Who’s the owner of ‘Who Dat’?

The National Football League says they're the only ones allowed to cash in on the "Who Dat" hype.

Budget Cuts For East Feliciana Schools

The East Feliciana School System is out of cash. Officials will have to cut 1.5 million dollars in spending before the start of next school year. Disappointment runs deep here in East Feliciana Parish.

High Poverty Schools High Performance

Two Baton Rouge schools found a way to make sure students succeed, despite a huge challenge. McKinley Middle Magnet and Glasgow Middle School have a high number of students living in poverty.