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Wrongfully imprisoned man gets free trip to Super Bowl

When Ryan Ferguson and his dad travel this week to Glendale, Arizona, for the Super Bowl, it will be a bucket-list experience. And yet for them it will be so much more.

EBR Court graduates new class of child advocates

Every house is not a home. Hundreds of children are in danger of being abused or neglected in Louisiana.

'Helping Christian Arvel' page set up to aid homeless man

After learning about Christian Arvel, the homeless man who lives behind an abandoned gas station in Mid City, many of you reached out to help.

Thousands of educators get ready to jump start students into their careers

More than a thousand teachers from across the state packed Downtown Baton Rouge Wednesday. It is part of the Jump Start Convention.

Lafourche Parish man uses 30-acre farm to fight hunger

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, several volunteers spent the hours harvesting for the hungry all thanks to the generosity of a Lafourche Parish man.

Denham Springs remembers Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The morning started at the L.M. Lockhart Center in Denham Springs. People of all ages came together, formed up and with a police escort they marched.

Local Red Cross volunteers bring fire safety tips to BR residents

It is a three-day weekend for a lot of people, but the American Red Cross wants to make sure you stay safe.

Former LSU baseball players give back to fight cancer

 The LSU Baseball Team is gearing up for the 2015 season, but some former players hit the diamond again for a good cause.

Steve Gleason to join Senator Vitter as State of the Union guest

U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) today announced that Steve Gleason will join him as his guest to President Obama’s State of the Union address to Congress.

Girl Scouts kick off 2015 cookie sales

As we all know it's king cake season here in the south, but it's also Girl Scout Cookie time!

Ochsner gives sneak peek of new Iberville Parish hospital

Hundreds of people in Iberville Parish got a sneak peek into their newest hospital.

Husband hopes to keep wife's memory alive with cancer journal

"Another decision was made tonight too, bye, bye hair, hello tears. It was an emotional departure, but I know it will get better in time," Kenan Irving read.

New guidance center comes to Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge welcomed the new Humana Guidance Center to the community.

New renovations happening for Downtown BR

Nearly $800,000 of renovations will happen in Downtown Baton Rouge this year.

Louisiana teen battling cancer meets cast of 'The Walking Dead'

Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con has come and gone, but it will have a lasting effect on 17-year-old Arthur Wear.