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2 BRPD officers fired following indictment

UPDATE (5:21 pm): Emerson Jackson, 32, and Travis Wheeler, 27, turned themselves in to police and have been booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison and charged with Abuse of Office.

LSU establishes funds to aid injured officer

People from all over the south are showing their support for an LSU police officer who was injured while leading a motorcade of University of Alabama officials last weekend.

City officials, community leaders continue fight against EBR's food deserts

Dozens of Baton Rouge officials and organizations came together to make healthy foods easier for all of us to get Friday.

Louie's Cafe moves to new location

  One of Baton Rouge's oldest restaurants has a new home, but luckily for the LSU community, it hasn't gone too far. For more than 70 years, Louie's Cafe has served thousands of LSU tigers and fans.

Two families share special bond after adopting siblings

Over six hundred children were adopted in Louisiana last year and today, we got to meet some of those endearing kids at the annual adoption celebration at the Governor's Mansion.

Gun shooting women getting together

Listen up ladies. Whether you're a regular gun carrying woman, or one who's always wanted to learn how to shoot....Diane Gillis has a message for you.

Brusly athletes sign on to play college softball, baseball

It was an exciting day at Brusly High School, where two standout athletes signed on to play at Louisiana universities.

Fantasy Football Minute: Week 11

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LSU starts men's basketball Saturday against Garder-Webb at noon

 The LSU men’s basketball team opens its 2014-15 season with a Saturday matinee game at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center against Gardner-Webb.

Denham Springs City Council clears way for controversial apartment complex

After roughly three hours of debate, the Denham Springs City Council rezoned a tract of land near downtown for a future apartment complex, over the objections of dozens of residents.