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10,000 dollars raised to help rare syndrome that affects 250 worldwide: one case right here

Wednesday was a very special day for the Enlow family. The community came together to donate money to the Pitt-Hopkins Research Foundation.

Nearly $113M allotted for I-49 expansion

Commissioner Kristy Nichols announced on Wednesday that nearly $113M will be used to finance the I-49 North and South extensions.

EBRSO hosts Christmas Toy Give-a-way at parish prison for children of inmates

The East Baton Rouge Parish Prison will host its second annual Christmas Toy Giveaway on Friday, Dec. 20 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

A holiday homecoming for soldier and 9-year-old daughter

It started as a normal day at St. Jean Vianney for Madison Davis, but little did she know, there was a big surprise waiting on her.  NBC33 was in on the secret.

Alejandra Juan becomes new Executive Director of USS KIDD Veterans Memorial Museum

The Louisiana Naval War Memorial Commission is pleased to announce Ms. Alejandra “Alex” Juan as the new Executive Director of the USS KIDD Veterans Memorial & Museum.

Shelter dogs and inmates get second chance

When you think of graduation, the cap, the gown, and the diploma are a few things that may come to mind. But, in St. Gabriel, Monday's ceremony was a bit different.

Soldiers come home just in time for Christmas

Christmas is next week, but Monday, Christmas came a little early. Soldiers from the 922nd National Guard Unit came home to loved ones that have been missing them and waiting for them all year.

People trade in their guns for a cause and for gas money

Dozens of people lined up to trade their guns in for gas money in Baton Rouge. It's all part of an initiative to keep your kids safe by getting unsecured and illegal guns off the streets and out of the hands of children.

Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa wins AMA award

Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa, Inc. was recently awarded an American Medical Association (AMA) Foundation Healthy Living Grant to educate youth about prescription medication safety.

An organization helps the homeless stay warm

Hundreds of people in need will be a little warmer thanks to an organization that gives out blankets to the homeless.

LA sheriffs receive national award

On Tuesday, December 3, 2013, law enforcement task force, Joint Task Force Seven (JTF7), which is comprised of the seven sheriffs surrounding the Greater Baton Rouge area, received one of seven National Service Awards presented by Ready Communi

SU graduates look forward to next steps

It was pomp and circumstance for graduates at Southern University Friday.

St. James Parish kicks off festival of the bonfires

St. James Parish kicked off the festival of the bonfires Friday, but it's not your ordinary shindig. Festival Committee Member, Terry Roussel said, " [It's] south louisiana style, okay?"

Central family raising money for girl with Cerebral Palsy through Christmas light display

It's hard to miss the big Christmas light display across from Central Middle School in Central, LA. And, although the lights have a huge impact, it's the impact on one girl's life that make a difference here.

BRCC launches new scholarship program

What if you wanted to gain work skills, but college is just not for you or your budget? Baton Rouge Community College wants to help with its new scholarship program.