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Tips from the Tee Box on FOX: Computer Analysis

There are a lot of cool tools in golf instruction today, including computer programs we can use to help analyze your game and show you any flaws.

Arts Funding Hearing

Art supporters headed to the Capitol today. As David D’Aquin reports, they pleaded with lawmakers to reinstate arts funding. Just weeks ago arts supporters held a jazz funeral for the arts.

Donate Life Month

Its national donate life month and as our Kianga Kelley shows us, the Legacy Donor Foundation was at the motor vehicles office today to drive home the importance of becoming an organ donor. Studies show that at least 18 people die in America each

Water Problem turns into Mosquito Problem

A little water is turning into a big problem in one neighborhood. As our Lauren Unger found out now the city’s stepping in and threatening legal action. Water is turning this Valley Park neighborhood into a washout.

Slaughter Charter School?

Folks in the East Feliciana town of Slaughter have formed a board to apply for a new charter school. Emily Turner is tracking the story. She spoke with several concerned parents.

Santa Maria Golf Academy Junior Camp 2009

Register your junior golfer for one of the top camps in Baton Rouge. There are six sessions in June and July.

Tigers Win Pontiff Classic vs. Cajuns

The sixth-ranked LSU baseball team won the Wally Pontiff Junior Classic on Wednesday night at Zephyr Field in Metairie, beating the UL Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns by a final score of 10-6.

Southeastern's Rally Falls Short at Southern

For the second straight day the Southeastern Louisiana University Lions tried to mount a late rally in Baton Rouge. For the second straight day, the Lions fell just short.

Janzen Headlines Baton Rouge Pro-Am Field

The PGA Tour's Zurich Classic begins Thursday at the TPC of Louisiana.

Collins Sentenced on Lesser Charge

One of two suspects in the 2007 4th of July shootings was convicted today. Devin Collins was found guilty of aggravated battery, not attempted second degree murder. This was indeed a hard case for presiding Judge Chip Moore.