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Recovered drug addict uses experience to help others

Drug use and abuse is on the rise, but particularly here in south Louisiana, and the drug that's causing a huge scare is heroin.

LSU has new resource for students; LSU Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcohol abuse is a growing problem on college campuses. Now, LSU has a place where students can get help. The university has it's own Alcoholics Anonymous.

The mystery behind LSU's FACES Lab

Tucked away inside LSU's campus is a place many people don't get to see, but where many people have been found. Students pass it everyday, but can't see in it. A world all its own. A world full of faces.

Annual LSU food drive ‘CANapalooza’ a success

Not only did LSU score a win on the field this weekend, but they helped feed thousands of hungry people. The annual CANapalooza food drive ended yesterday. In total, the event collected more than 21,000 cans of food.

LSU students get a lesson in free speech

LSU students got a lesson in first amendment rights Monday. Mary Beth Tinker knows how to practice her first amendment rights, and she knows how to fight for them, too.

Mason's Grill wins national 'Best Bloody Mary' contest

Baton Rouge restaurant Mason’s Grill, came in first place in Thrillist’s Search for America’s Best Bloody Mary.

LSU fan requests a moment of silence for Shelby

One man wants to honor a die hard LSU fan at this weekend's homecoming game against Furman.

'Geaux Pink' partnership leads 22-truck caravan across Baton Rouge for breast cancer

Mary Bird Perkins and the Super Chevy Dealers were stopping traffic Friday, but for a good reason. 

Baton Rouge is one of the top cities in eye care for children

Baton Rouge has some of the healthiest eyes in the country for children, according to a new study by VSP Vision Care.

Louisiana school performance scores improve

Report cards are in, and Louisiana schools are performing better.

$41.1 Million business expansion announced for Acadiana region, will produce more than 100 jobs

Governor Bobby Jindal and Newpark Resources Inc.

Bankers volunteer to give back to the community

An elderly Baton Rouge woman is on the receiving end of some community service Wednesday. She's having her mid-city Baton Rouge home painted.

Brusly teacher sees debut novel published, students inspired

A Brusly High teacher is showing her students more than what makes a good book. She is also showing them they can accomplish their dreams.

Local elementary school library gets a makeover

Volunteers from Capital One Bank and the Heart of America Foundation teamed up to help revamp the library at Bernard Terrace Elementary School.

Elementary and middle school students get hands-on lessons in science

Thousands of elementary and middle school students got hands-on lessons in science Tuesday.