Community leaders came together today to honor Louisiana's greatest heroes, the men and women of the armed forces.
People young and old attended a ceremony at the Old Capital Building to recognize the people who keep our country safe.
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An Amite man hopes to restore the largest African-American burial site in Baton Rouge, all with a few strokes of his paintbrush.
Dwayne Conrad plans to capture the current state of run-down Sweet Olive Cemetery on his canvas.
Credit Cards have become a part of every day life. The big banks have been known to hike interest rates and tack on fees, sometimes without you even knowing it.
Now, the Credit CARD Act of 2009 is supposed to fix some of those issues.
Residents share mixed feelings about the 900 million bond proposal. Officials say the bond proposal would help build a new parish prison, infrastructure projects, stations for the police and sherriff's office.
The Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood were the place to be for some lucky Facebook and Twitter "GLEE" fans as they won the opportunity to see some of the stars of the hit series and check out an exclusive advance screening of tonight's (November 11th) Em
BATON ROUGE, La.— On September 28, the Zoo welcomed the first black rhino baby in the Zoo’s 39-year history. Now, we invite you to name her!
The rhino naming contest begins today, November 9, and entries must be received by 5 p.m.
As of 8:00 am this morning, Mayor Ben Morris reported that the effects of Tropical Storm Ida were minimal and the City of Slidell fared well.
Some power failures occurred last night but were quickly restored.