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EBR completes ‘Green Light’ construction on Staring Lane

Drivers in East Baton Rouge Parish might see an improvement in their daily commutes if they use the Staring Lane corridor.

'Patriot Tour' raises money to give back to veterans in need

More than 180 motorcyclists drove hundreds of miles across our state today for a good cause. It's part of this year's Patriot Tour that raises money to help our veterans.

Hammond residents enjoy their first 'Hammond America' celebration

In Hammond, hundreds of people came out for the city's first daytime 4th of July celebration. The 4th of July, Independence Day, the day we celebrate our freedom.

Former LSU pole vaulter Lacey Sanchez wins Miss Louisiana Pageant

A former member of the LSU Track & Field program was crowned Miss Louisiana 2014 on Saturday night at the Monroe Civic Center as Miss Lafayette Lacey Sanchez was crowned from a field of 32 contestants and earned the right to represent the s

Locals celebrate 2014 Baton Rouge Pride Fest

Saturday, hundreds of people went downtown to show some "pride." The 2014 Pride Fest kicked off this afternoon inside the Atrium at the Belle of Baton Rouge.

Lafayette dentist does more to help veterans

LAFAYETTE, LA. (KADN) — With all the healthcare problems veterans in our country face there are many doctors who go the extra mile to support and help veterans with honor and pride. Dr. Jerod Petry, a dentist, is one of those doctors.

Volunteers help get new charter school ready for the school year

Volunteers from across the area put on their painter caps and gloves. It's all to help one of Baton Rouge's newest charter schools get ready for it's first school year.

Beating the Odds: Local boy overcomes medical condition

No expectant mom wants to hear her baby will die. That was the news one local mom got at 20 weeks pregnant, but now, eight years later, her seven-year-old son is beating all the odds.

BR Little League team making LA proud in World Series

Some Louisiana baseball players are celebrating in Orange Beach, Alabama, and they have good reason! 

Rain doesn't stop parade of giving in Zachary

Rain doesn't stop a parade, or in this case, a good deed.

LA State Fire Marshal's Office gets new arson dog

The State Fire Marshal said Louisiana has a problem with arson. This year alone, they've handled more than 900 arson cases, but fire investigators can only do so much. They need extra eyes, ears, and "noses."

Jindal signs bill to allow deduction of gambling winnings for Child Support

On Tuesday Governor Jindal announced that he signed HB 236, written by Rep.

'Wake-Up Call': BR mom writes book to help people grieve

Just the idea of losing a child is heartbreaking. For a woman right here in Baton Rouge, it's her reality. But in the midst of her darkness, she found a way to help other people find the light.

BR gets ready for its first Rouse's Supermarket

There's a new grocery store coming to Baton Rouge! Rouse's Supermarket will open near Woman's Hospital next year. It's great news for people who live in the area and for local business owners.

'Stay Alive. Don't Drive.': BR officials launch new campaign

Here's a phrase to remember tonight,"Stay alive. Don't drive." That's the name of a program city officials want to push. As I found out, it's all about keeping you safe.