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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

Local sailor offering aid in the Phillipines after Typhoon Haiyan

Typhoon Haiyan was one of the worst storms the world has ever seen, and it will take a response that's just as big to help everyone in the Philippines.

INTERVIEW: "The Mouth of the South Hart" sits down with NBC33

He’s known as "The Mouth of the South Hart". Jimmy Hart is a legendary manager of some of the biggest names in WWE history. He is making a special visit to us here in south Louisiana.

BRPD hosts self-defense classes for women

It might look like fun and games, but don't let the smiles fool you.

New mural welcomes travelers to Baton Rouge

The BR Walls Project along with Todd Graves of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, the Belle of Baton Rouge Casino & world-renowned artist Robert Dafford dedicated the iconic “Baton Rouge Blues Harp” mural this morning amongst

Baton Rouge basketball player commits to Auburn

An Episcopal basketball player's going to be a Tiger, but not the one you're probably thinking.

Marine honors his fellow service members on Veterans Day

Hundreds of people gathered at the Old State Capitol building today show their gratitude to our veterans...among them, a marine who attends the U.S.S. Kidd Ceremony each year without fail.

Fitness guru, Richard Simmons excites seniors about getting fit and healthy

He’s a well known fitness guru from New Orleans and he’s also known for his spunky attitude. Richard Simmons came back at home to the crescent city Monday and got hundreds of seniors up and moving.

Gas prices continue southward trend

Average retail gasoline prices in Baton Rouge have fallen 5.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.96/g Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 361 gas outlets in Baton Rouge.

Veterans find a new way to serve - in the kitchen

All Michael Randolph needs right now is a pair of tweezers.