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Park Elementary gains 15 new computers from NBC33’s Tools for Schools contest

Thanks you to, Whole Foods and the Capital Area Corporate Recycling Council, Park Elementary is expanding learning with the help of 15 new computers.

Former LSU students debut 'King of Herrings' at New Orleans Film Festival

Some former LSU students are in the Big Easy this week for the debut of their feature film at the New Orleans film festival...

LSU's Mettenberger named SEC Offensive Player of the Week

LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger earned Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Week after leading the Tigers to the highest point total against an SEC opponent in 16 years.

LSU, community to unite for Annual Take Back the Night Candlelight Vigil and March

 In an effort to bring the community together and raise awareness about domestic and sexual violence, the LSU Student Health, LSU Women’s Center, LSU Campus Life, IRIS and STAR are collaborating with more than 30 other campus and com

St. George Fire Department selling shirts to support breast cancer awareness

Every year, the St. George Professional Firefighters Association partners with Woman’s Hospital in its Breast Cancer Awareness campaign. St. George firefighters will be wearing the 2013 BCA t-shirt on and off duty.

TS Karen becomes less of a threat, stalls over Gulf of Mexico

Tropical Storm Karen continues to weaken as dry air and wind shear break through the system. The track forecast has shifted slightly west, weakening the impacts for most of coastal Louisiana.

Annual blessing of the pets honors St. Francis of Assisi

Pets in Baton Rouge received a special blessing today to honor the memory of St. Francis of Assisi.

Andouille Festival set to return to LaPlace after 2012 cancelation due to Isaac

A decades old tradition is back in LaPlace this year after being interrupted by Hurricane Isaac.

Southern researchers receive $900,000 grant to further HIV/AIDS research

Baton Rouge leads the nation in HIV and AIDS cases per capita, but a group of Southern University researchers is hoping to change that. They received a $900,000 grant from the U.S.

Furloughed La. National Guard technicians recalled to assist with TS Karen

Declaring a state of emergency, Governor Bobby Jindal has authorized the mobilization of 650 Guardsmen to state active duty to respond to Tropical Storm Karen as needed.

Thibodaux PD put the 'cuffs on cancer'

People in Thibodaux may do a double-take the next time they get pulled over. The Thibodaux police Department showed off a police car that they repainted in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Fun 'Night Out' for kids allows law enforcement to teach serious messages

Law enforcement officers around Baton Rouge tried to improve their image on Thursday, Oct. 3.

Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired hosts 'Fight for Sight' 5K

Ready? Set? Go! The runners took off, but here's something unique about this race.

Baton Rouge high school students join together to make a positive change

Bullying, drugs and violence have become common problems for our youth here in Louisiana, but a group of high school students want to change that.

Park Elementary wins new computer lab in ‘Tools for Schools’ campaign

NBC33 asked for your votes to help an area school in need win a new computer lab as part of the “Tools for Schools” campaign.