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Port Allen FD is saving lives in a new way; 'Project Life Saver' training

These first responders might be at a playground, but this is no game.

New app helps you find a place to pee anywhere, at anytime

Okay let’s face it, many of us have been in a situation where we had to go but had no idea where to go, especially during Mardi Gras.

Hundreds gearing up for 8th annual BR Kidney Walk

Hundreds of patients, caregivers and supporters are teaming up to walk for kidney health in a few short weeks. The National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana is gearing up for its 8th annual Baton Rouge Kidney Walk.

'Kids Fighting Cancer': team of students get ready to race for the cure

The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is only a couple of days away. Of course, it's not just a face, but a huge tool in the fight against breast cancer. Now, one local teacher is taking the run and the fight to the classroom.

Ribbon Cutting ceremony Thursday for completion of southeast Baton Rouge construction project

Mayor-President Melvin L. “Kip” Holden will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the completion of one of the largest road construction projects in the history of East Baton Rouge Parish.

Dozens brave freezing weather for parades in New Roads

 King cake, mardi gras beads, 

Iowa dad gives son helicopter ride for 18th birthday

Staff Sergeant James Frey and his wife Courtney waited patiently for their son Brandin to make his way to the Army Aviation Support Facility in Waterloo, Iowa Wednesday.

Texas Woman proves doctors wrong, beats paralysis

"Give up" are two words that are not a part of Liz Mitchell's vocabulary. When doctors told her she would never walk again, she said "you're wrong." Her story began with a tragic fall.

Ohio man returns stolen seeing eye dog to owner

A seeing-eye dog stolen from her Dayton, Ohio home has been reunited with her owner. Dayton police returned Diamond, a specially trained Rottweiler, to Sheryl Williams on Wednesday.

Army dad returns from Afghanistan to find classic truck restored

Soldiers who spent months fighting for freedom in Afghanistan were reunited with their loved ones in Ohio on Valentine's Day, but for one an even bigger surprise was in store.

'Wishing Tree' gives hope to residents of Portland, OR

Some people wished for love, some for world peace, a lot of people wished for a pony. Those are just a few of the hundreds of wishes hanging from a tree at the corner of Northeast Morris Street and 7th Avenue in Portland, Oregon.

Triumph Kitchen’s coffee bar opens to the public

For months we've been telling you about Triumph Kitchen, the homegrown non-profit that teaches at-risk youth how to work in the restaurant industry. Triumph Kitchen is finally ready to open its door wide to the public.

Honoring our veterans: Former military receive honor medals for their service

They risk their lives to keep us safe. They're our veterans. Twelve local veterans were honored for their hard work and their sacrifices Thursday.

Waste Management rolls out environmentally friendly trucks

Waste Management (WM) unveiled their new fleet of environmentally friendly trucks that run on compressed natural gas (CNG).