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Saints, Bengals fan end football dispute over beignets

It's a story that was viewed online by 11.5 million people.

Home sales now on the rise in Baton Rouge

If you plan to sell your home in the near future, now might be the time to put it on the market.

BR third grader teams up with Cane's to give back

 A local third grader is taking his movement to help sick babies even further!

80-year-old nun teaches aerobics to college kids

Holy wow! Nourishing the body is just as important to 80-year-old, Sister Jean Marie Craig as nourishing the spirit.

NFL RB finds lost wallet, personally returns it to fan's home

Finding a lost wallet is not a news story, unless Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch finds it and brings it to your house.

What about me? Looking for forever families in Louisiana

 "At the age our foster child is, he's already been in four different foster homes where you don't have the same type of family.

Louisiana State Troopers make a boy's dream come true

The Louisiana State Police made a young boy's dream come true.

Student saves dying baby using CPR in Missouri Wal-Mart

It's a story of a young life saving an even younger one. When an 11-month-old stopped breathing inside the High Ridge, Missouri Walmart last Wednesday, Hillsboro High School student Abby Snodgrass knew exactly what to do.

NBC33 teams up with Lane RMC for Chili Cook-off

It's been a little chilly outside as we all know, but that didn't stop people from coming out the Code Red Chili Cook-off on Saturday.

Capital One Bank promotes small business growth in Louisiana

Capital One Bank is giving Louisiana small businesses an opportunity to grow and create jobs with the Bayou Classic Business Plan Competition.

Popular BR diner gets new home

One of Baton Rouge's oldest restaurants has a new home, but luckily for the LSU community, it hasn't gone too far. For more than 70 years, Louie's Cafe has served thousands of LSU tigers and fans.

Salvation Army extends shelter hours

The Greater Baton Rouge Salvation Army is working to leave no one out in the cold.

Oklahoma police officer replaces boy's stolen bike

What boy doesn't love his bike? For J.J. Weaver of Purcell, Oklahoma it's right up there with dogs and dirt.

Why vinyl records are making a comeback

Baton Rouge record stores are thriving due to the growing popularity of vinyl records. Vinyl records disappeared off store shelves with the introduction of the compact disc and digital music files.