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Glen Oaks homeowners want to take ownership of their neighborhood

A Glen Oaks pastor wants to make a change in his community. so -- he decided to start a homeowners association. Thursday, he found out if local homeowners want to be a part of his plan.

Organizations pass out fruit to help create awareness; National Eating Healthy Day

The number one killer for Americans is heart disease, and it's preventable. So Wednesday, a few organizations decided to spread the word, all starting with a banana.

American Heart Association to perform 'Random Acts of Nutrition' to celebrate National Eating Healthy Day today

The AHA and Our Lady Of the Lake will distribute fruit and vegetables to passerbyers during morning drive time on November 6.

Local Pre-K, Kindergarten classroom get hands-on enrichment tools courtesy of the First Lady

Little ones across the Capital City got new and exciting classroom gadgets today and got to meet the First Lady of Louisiana.

Baton Rouge welcomes new heart and vascular center

Cardiovascular disease and stroke affect a lot of people in Louisiana, and more people die of those causes than anywhere else. Now, those suffering from heart and vascular issues don't have to leave Louisiana to get help.

Baton Rouge students are grown-ups for a day

It's something everyone gets asked this question when they're growing up: What do you want to be when you get older? Well, a group of students from the Big Buddy Program might have their answers now.

Baton Rouge partners with Jacksonville-based organization to save animals' lives

In Baton Rouge, you may notice the growing number of stray and sheltered animals, and some of them won't live to see another day. However, there's some good news.

Hosanna Christian Academy fundraiser far surpasses expectations

UPDATE (11/19): An earlier version of this story said that the money would go to Cancer Can Kiss My Cups. The money was instead intended for Susan G. Komen. NBC33 regrets the error.

Baton Rouge church adopts local elementary school

A Baton Rouge church wants to help save an elementary school from getting shut down. The pastor wants to "adopt" the school.

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.