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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.

Homeless shelters prepare for colder weather

Local homeless shelters are preparing for the surge of people needing a place to stay warm. Thankfully, local homeless shelters like St. Vincent de Paul are doing all they can to accommodate the need.

Students at Parkview Baptist learn why freedom isn't free

Students at Parkview Baptist School took a little break from class Wednesday... all to honor our veterans.

Zachary residents take challenge to honor Columbine victim

Rachel Scott was just 17-years-old when her young life was cut short in the worst high school massacre in our nation's history. She was the first student killed at Columbine High School in 1999.

Two local veterans receive new cars that could change their lives

A handful of local companies found a way to change the lives of two local veterans: they gave them cars. "Yes, it's been kind of tough," Ruby Parker said, "but God is good. God is so good!"

Highland Coffees to remain open on Chimes Street

Highland Coffees will serve customers "for years to come," after the coffee shop says it got an extension on its lease.

Honoring our veterans: U.S.S. Kidd holds annual Veterans Day event

Veterans Day is a day to recognize strength, courage and sacrifice... all things Richard Brandt and Ken Dixon can relate to.

LSU provides way for student veterans to transition into civilian world

Courage, strength and dedication are just some of the traits you have to have to be in the military.

New Orleans high school senior creates successful sock line

How ambitious were you in high school? A senior at Archbishop Rummel High is already more successful than most of us can ever imagine.