Finally their prayers have been answered!
It's a new day for a church in Gentilly destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
For the first time in 9 years, the church, now completely renovated held Sunday services.
Experts say, more than 300,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. Forty-thousand of them are expected to die, but one breast cancer survivor is doing what she can to help and "stick it" to breast cancer.
To help finish the fight against cancer and support the groundbreaking grassroots movement Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C), American Cancer Society of Baton Rouge Relay For Life and other event volunteers will host a viewing party for the primetime s
Losing a child is something most parents could never imagine, and aren't financially prepared for either, but one local organization looks to ease at least the financial burden for those grieving parents.
A frantic mother trying to save her baby from choking found help from an unlikely hero.
Stephanie Cooper said her 11-month-old son had put a plastic wrapper in his mouth Friday, and it got lodged in his throat.