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Easter egg hunt at the governor's mansion

Louisiana First Lady Supriya Jindal hosted the 18th annual Easter egg hunt at the governor’s mansion today. Hundreds of children from Baton Rouge area school were treated to games, activities and of course Easter eggs.

BRFD and Red Cross bringing fire safety to your doorstep

House fires in the capital city displaced close to 40 people this week. In situations like that the fire department calls the American Red Cross to help assist these displaced families.

BRPD, greek organizations host basketball game for HIV/AIDS

Baton Rouge Police are preparing to square off with some college students, but it's all for a good cause.

Entrepreneurs, kids get ready for Lemonade Day LA

Children across Louisiana have the chance to start their own businesses.

BRCC student named LA's 2015 New Century Scholar

Baton  Rouge Community College (BRCC) student, Stephen Martinez has been named the 2015 Coca-Cola New Century Scholar for the state of Louisiana.

LHSC recognizes individuals for 2014 DWI enforcement efforts

BATON ROUGE— State officials presented recognition awards Tuesday to law enforcement officers, agencies, a judge and two prosecutors for their efforts to save lives by reducing the number of impaired drivers on Louisiana roadways.

'Jared the Subway Guy' is ready for Capital Area Heart Walk

Right now, thousands of people are gearing up for one of the nation's biggest heart walks.

Google Art Project features BR street art

Baton Rouge is gaining worldwide attention thanks to Google. The Google Art Program started a street art collection as a way to preserve this unprotected art form.

Elmo visits NBC33 ahead of Sesame Street Live: Let's Dance performances

With rain predicted for the Baton Rouge area this weekend, one of the most famous residents of Sesame Street dropped by the NBC33 studios to show everyone a fun way to spend their time.

ABB officials break ground on new factory location

A Prairieville factory is moving. ABB Incorporated officials said the move will bring more jobs to East Baton Rouge Parish.

Visiting Tibetan Monks Paint Mortality

Everything has an expiration date from the milk in the fridge to ourselves. It's part of the similarity that we all have in common. The Tam Bao Buddhist Temple has some special visitors to bring that message home. Six Tibetan monks, have tra

Wearin' of the Green Parade brings thousands of people decked in green

Thousands of people in Baton Rouge wore their green Saturday morning.

Catholic High and St. Joseph's Academy go head to head for hunger

Once again, the young women at St.

Organizers prepare for LA Chili Cookoff

Right now, some local chefs are getting ready to cook some chili, and all for a good cause.

Soldier and his canine companion are honored at the Baker City Council

There's no love as uncontitional as a canine companion. Jared Heine and his dog Spike, are two American soldiers who embaked on a journey to Afghanistan. Spike is a trained labrador who was trained to sniff out bombs.