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Residents Share Opinions About Bond Proposal

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.

Exclusive First Look at Tonight's All New GLEE

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

DISNEY LIVE! ROCKIN' ROAD SHOW

FOX 44, RTV 19, and THIS TV 33.2 invites you to DISNEY LIVE at the Baton Rouge River Center, December 10th and 11th!

BR Zoo Announces Contest to Name Baby Rhino

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.

Mayor: City of Slidell Fares Well

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.

Livingston Parish Residents Prepare for Possible Flooding

Tyler Gamble Reports from southern Livingston Parish.

Ida Downgraded to Tropical Depression

MIAMI (AP) - Forecasters say Ida has weakened to a tropical depression and is heading east toward the Florida Panhandle with winds near 35 mph (55 kph). Ida was a tropical storm with winds near 45 mph (75 kph) when it came ashore ne

LA Health Department Warns of Flooding Dangers

Baton Rouge - The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals advises people to avoid contact with floodwaters following Tropical Storm Ida.

Ascension Parish Monitoring T.S. Ida

GONZALES – Officials from Ascension Parish government and the Ascension Parish School Board are monitoring Tropical Storm Ida as it approaches the north-central Gulf Coast on Monday. Parish President Tommy Martinez concluded at an 8 a.m.