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Catholic High and St. Joseph's Academy go head to head for hunger

Once again, the young women at St.

Organizers prepare for LA Chili Cookoff

Right now, some local chefs are getting ready to cook some chili, and all for a good cause.

Soldier and his canine companion are honored at the Baker City Council

There's no love as uncontitional as a canine companion. Jared Heine and his dog Spike, are two American soldiers who embaked on a journey to Afghanistan. Spike is a trained labrador who was trained to sniff out bombs.

Merrydale Elementary receives new learning technology

Students from Merrydale Elementary School had a special visitor Tuesday. Supriya Jindal spent time with the students while they used their new classroom technology.

Race for the Cure brings thousands of supporters, survivors of breast cancer

Statistics show one in eight women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. Juanita Alexander is one of them.

Southeast Middle School teachers, students cut hair to honor breast cancer survivors

A Southeast Middle School teacher and her students reached a huge goal Friday. They raised more than $10,000 breast cancer research.

The Salvation Army Serves Up Soup and Blankets to People Left Out in the Cold

We really couldn't have asked for better weather yesterday. Today's weather really brings out the polar in mother nature's bipolar temperament.

LSU researchers come up with app to help fishermen

Louisiana fishermen will soon be able to navigate through hurricane season a little easier.

Human trafficking survivor shares her story with LSU students

It's a scary thought that lurks in the back of your mind from time to time; someone could be around waiting to do you harm.

Thousands of people pledge to end the 'R' word

 "A lot of people don't realize that the 'R' word or the word retarded is offensive to some people," said Special Olympics Louisiana President Pat Carpenter-Bourgeois.

One Local Man Makes it on NBC's the Voice

It's easy to see why anyone wants a shot at the living the life of a rock star. For one local, dreamer hailing from Donaldsonville, Louisiana, that life is closer for him than for others.

No murders in February for EBR

Despite all the crime, February was a historic month for East Baton Rouge Parish.

St. Vincent de Paul gets donation of 400 Easter baskets

With Easter just around the corner, the staff at St. Vincent de Paul are starting preparations early and they are getting some help from their friends.

Gerry Lane Enterprises donates thousands of dollars to YMCA Youth Sports

The legacy of Baton Rouge's late Gerry Lane lived on Saturday.

Pennington holds annual Wellness Day for Women

Hundreds of women came out to the Pennington Biomedical Research Center to get up to speed with their health.