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What does the USS Kidd mean to you?

The USS Kidd has been a fixture in the capital city since 1982. Over that time, it has seen it's up and downs.

How a profoundly disabled boy became a running champ

Twelve years ago, Rachel Miller was lost when it came to her son John. The 7-year-old was profoundly disabled because of his autism. Unable to speak, he withdrew from people at school and, worse, from his family.

Gas for Guns program brings out dozens

Dozens of people came out to Elm Grove Baptist Church Saturday to trade their guns for gas money.

In Vitro fertilization is giving new hope against risky child birth

One of the most selfless decisions someone can make is the decision to become a parent.

Domestic violence center gets new director, takes experience to help victims

Statistics say one in three women will experience domestic violence.

Sen. Cassidy Senator Cassidy introduces the Veteran EMT Support Act

There’s no way to sugar-coat it. All over the nation, there is a growing need for more certified emergency medical technicians.

How eight inmates 'signed' their way to a better life

Lonnie Thibodeaux never thought he would be here.

More than $27K raised for heroic dog hurt in Ohio house fire

 Fans of a heroic dog who fought in vain to save her owner's life in an Ohio house fire have donated more than $2

'I'm a survivor': Stroke survivor shares her story

For the women at the Go Red for Women Luncheon, red is a color of determination, strength and survival. "I had a stroke, and I'm a survivor," said Christiana Chaisson, a two-time stroke survivor.

UL professor will present cutting edge research to FDA

It beats. It pumps. It keeps you alive, but what if your heart stopped working? That is where artificial ones come in.

Baton Rouge tourism saw 'historic' gains in 2014

Fueled by several major attractions that brought world-class entertainers and personalities to town, Baton Rouge tourism posted historic gains in 2014.

Parents who adopted 14 children look to give 2 more a home

A Michigan couple who has already adopted more than a dozen children is looking to expand their family even more.

Visually impaired students compete in Louisiana Braille Challenge

More than 100 students from the across the state competed in a unique competition Wednesday.

Old Entergy property on Gov. Street to get a face lift

An abandoned six acre lot on Government Street is going to get a much needed face lift.

'P.A. Boot Camp' helps locals make it in the film industry

"Everyone wants to be Steven Spielberg. Everyone wants to be Martin Scorsese," said Andrew Klatter. One day, Klatter hopes someone will say the same about him.