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Horse rescue raw footage

It's an amazing animal rescue effort caught on camera. Volunteer firefighters from the small town of Slaughter braved freezing temperatures to save a 1200 lb.

Mother caught selling drugs alongside baby

Livingston Parish Detectives caught 29 year old Colleen poche selling prescription drugs alongside her two month old son. Detectives found more than 1600 pills inside the trailer where Poche was living—all within an arm's reach of the infant

Latest LSU Winter Weather Information

Here's a link to the very latest information available about how this winter weather is impacting LSU.

EBR Parish Public Libraries to Open Late Friday

The Main Library, 7711 Goodwood Blvd., will open at 9 a.m. on Friday, January 8, instead of 8 a.m. due to expected weather conditions. All other library branches will open at 9 a.m. as planned. The Main Library will open at 8 a.m.

EBR Government Offices Open Friday

BATON ROUGE (WGMB) - EBR Parish Government offices are open Friday. However, City-Parish leaders request all non-essential employees come in to work at 9am. Public works crews are on call, and are standing by with barricades.

Cold Weather Forces School Closures

BATON ROUGE (WGMB) - Due to the threat of icy roads, several school systems have closed. School Closures: -Livingston Parish Schools -Tangipahoa Parish Schools -Zachary Community School District -Washington Parish Schools -St.

"Ready To Die"

A man convicted of killing his 12 year old stepdaughter is ready to die. That's what the State Prison Warden told reporters Wednesday. Gerald Bordelon will die by lethal injection Thursday. The execution will begin around 6:00 at night.

3,000 Louisiana soldiers deploy to Iraq

3,000 National Guardsmen from across the state are preparing for deployment to Iraq this week. About 130 of those soldiers are from Alpha Company in New Roads. Family and friends were with them today at the official deployment ceremony. Thei

Protecting Your Property From the Freeze

The big chill is on across Louisiana. Now experts from one industry want to make sure your house can handle the cold. Plumbers all across the region have been working overtime.

Extra green for going green

Tax season is here and this year many folks, especially Louisiana residents, are getting extra green for going green. The federal government has tripled the tax credit for energy-efficient upgrades to homes. That means if you've purchased a ener