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From the capital city to the nation's capital: local 8th graders fundraise for class trip

From the state capital to the nation's capital, that's the trip some local 8th graders are hoping to make.

Jobless Utah man launces month-long good deed campaign

On a snowy spring morning armed with a dozen bags of food, water and blankets, Daniel Smith is on a mission.

10-year old celebrates last chemotherapy treatment; visits NBC33 studio

"He was counting down the months, the weeks, the days," said mother, Denise Freeman.

Thousands heating up for 8th annual chili cook-off, 'Chili for Children'

Dozens of Chili Chefs are heating up for the eighth annual chili cookoff.

Local homeowners come together to tackle crime in their neighborhoods

Crime is everywhere, but for the North Baton Rouge community, it happens far too often. So a local homeowners association is coming together to lower the crime in their neighborhoods.

LSU students affected by McDonald’s theft to receive reimbursement.

Following an investigation into reported theft at the LSU Student Union McDonald’s, LSU Dining sent an email to students who used their Paw Points or TigerCash at that McDonald’s during the time the reported theft took place.

Quadruple amputee, athlete, author, shares message of hope in BR

Kyle Maynard might have been born with only part of his arms and legs, but that's not stopping him from doing some amazing things.

Friends and family celebrate 10-year-old's last day of chemotherapy treatment

Students at Bains Elementary threw a big party for a special little boy.

MN Cop helps save boy fallen in septic tank

After five years of working for the Fairbault Sheriff's Office, Deputy Pat Campbell has had some wild runs. But Monday night was the first time he ever responded to reports of a child stuck in a septic tank.

'Dinner With Dads' encourages engagement from Claiborne Elementary fathers

Claiborne Elementary used the dinner table to bring its family together.

Cats and caretakers gearing up for 41st annual cat show

One show is taking the term cat walk to a whole different level.

CATS prepares for new routes

Good news for people who depend on the Capital Area Transit System, they are rolling out new bus routes this week. This means faster and more direct routes, and that means better commutes for riders.

GA: high school player saves umpire's life during game

Some of us go through our whole lives and never find out whether we'd come through in the clutch.

Iowa man becomes EMT after being saved in ambulance

An Iowa man who was having a heart attack was saved by the quick actions of an Emergency Medical Technician.

An international wheelchair tennis tournament brings athletes to the Capital City to compete

A major international tennis tournament is going on right now in Baton Rouge, but on these courts, athletes are on two wheels. This isn't just tennis. This is David Wagner's life.