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Local woman becomes fitness cover girl

While you’re thinking about turkey, dressing, and pie, fitness may be the furthest thing from your mind.

LA tourism wins annual award for Southern region

The Louisiana Office of Tourism is the State Tourism Office of the Year according to the Southeast Tourism Society.

BR receives $500K HUD grant for neighborhood transformation

Mayor Kip Holden announced Monday that the City of Baton Rouge has received a $500,000 grant from the U.S.

BRPD earns national accreditation

Mayor Kip Holden announced today that the Baton Rouge Police Department has been reaccredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), following its best on-site review which was held in July.

Obama: Iran nuclear deal limits ability to create nuclear weapons

[Breaking news update, 10:19 p.m. Central] -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the six-month deal rolls back Iran's stockpile of enriched uranium and increases the time Iran would need to develop a nuclear weapon.

Tyrus Thomas Foundation, Chicken Shack feed 20 South BR families for Thanksgiving

The Tyrus Thomas foundation presents “Serving Up Thanks,” in partnership with Chicken Shack and representative Patricia smith of district 67.

Dozens attend World AIDS Day health fair and program

World AIDS day is not until December 1st, but the capital city is gearing up already.

LSU, SU students present plans to improve Mid City

LSU and Southern University architecture students enrolled in the 4000-level service-learning studio are set to present designs for a market and café project at this year’s White Light Night in Mid City Baton Rouge.

BR General #1 hospital in the region, top 100 nationwide

Baton Rouge General recently earned top rankings by CareChex, referred to as the most comprehensive site for rating hospital care, with designation as: #1 in the Region and Top 100 Hospital in the Nation for Overall Medical Care

Louisiana welcomes 40 new American citizens

Reciting the national anthem and the Pledge of Allegiance may be routine for some Americans, but for these citizens, it's their very first time.

Dutchtown 7-year-old spreads Christmas Cheer

Case Bastin, 7, is starting his holiday season off with putting others first. Just one year ago the Dutchtown Primary student was diagnosed with Community-Associated Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococus Aureus (CA-MRSA) in his spine.

Big trucks, big personalities and a lot of mud, make up Louisiana 'Mud People'

Combine big trucks, with fearless drivers, a lot of water and dirt, you get mud people. The show on the Travel Channel showcases some of our very own Louisiana natives!

Saints players team with IrvingMorris and United Way to give "Hope for the Holidays"

New Orleans Saints players Roman Harper, Lance Moore, Malcolm Jenkins, and Jahri Evans teamed up with IrvingMorris and United Way of Southeast Louisiana to support United Way’s Hope for the Holidays campaign sponsored by Cox Oil, which re

EBRSO now taking applications for Christmas Crusade for Children

The East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office will be taking applications beginning Monday for the annual Christmas Crusade for Children program.

YouthBuild awarded $44,000 to continue community work

Richard Murray, CEO of the Housing Authority of East Baton Rouge Parish and its nonprofit, Partners For Progress, recently announced that the Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation has awarded $44,000 for the YouthBuild Capital City Program Bridge