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Two men shot in Tigerland

Baton Rouge Police are investigating an early morning shooting.

BR inventor creates fitness suit to help local athletes

Baton Rouge is known for a lot of things, but one that sticks out the most for a lot of people... the athletics. From LSU to Southern, it means a lot to us here.

Mary Bird Perkins brings free prostate cancer screenings to the community

Prostate cancer is not a topic many men want to talk about, but officials at the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center said it needs to be.

Volunteers clean up neighborhood to make community safer

It's been a bit of a rainy day here in Baton Rouge, but that didn't stop dozens of people in our community from putting on their gloves and cleaning up. It's all to make one neighborhood safer.

AmeriCorps transforms Melrose Elementary School’s campus

Meet Carson Duval. He's a 5th grade student at the Episcopal K-12 school in Baton Rouge. Today, thanks to City Year Americorps, Carson was able to help beautify the Melrose Elementary School campus.

Local bodybuilder gets ready to compete for Ms.Olympia

A local bodybuilder is preparing for a competition of a lifetime. Sarah LeBlanc is one of only three Louisiana athletes heading to Las Vegas next week for the Ms. Olympia competition.

Denham Springs couple arrested in Walker after police find meth lab in car

A Denham Springs couple is now in jail after police found drugs and a portable meth lab in their car.

Dozens of animals hoping to find homes during SPCA’s weekend adoption

A huge pet adoption is happening now through Sunday, September 14, 2014.

Veteran leads 9/11 flag run around University Lake

Thursday was a day of reflection for all Americans. Thirteen years after planes were crashed in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania, most people cannot help but think about what it means to be an American.

BR Area Foundation wants your input on LSU Lakes project

The Baton Rouge Area Foundation is asking you to give your input to their project to revitalize the University Lakes. All you have to do is answer three questions. You can even upload photos.

Local first responders reflect on 9/11

To say we all remember September 11th doesn't really go far enough. It's a day most of us neither can nor would ever want to forget. And for most of us, watching the events of that day thirteen years ago, was overwhelming.

'I just get emotional': Vietnam veteran remembers 9/11

Today, 13 years ago, the U.S. was in a state of terror. It's something a local Vietnam veteran remembers all too well.

BRPD: DNA evidence ties man to burglary on Perkins Road

Authorities need your help finding a man, who they say, stole over $2,500 in goods from two businesses on Perkins Road.

Authorities trying to identify woman using stolen checks across LA

Several law enforcement agencies are trying to identify a black woman, who has been using stolen checks in stores across South Louisiana.

Times to know for Saturday: LSU vs. ULM

LSU vs. ULM September 13, 2014 * Baton Rouge, La. (Tiger Stadium) * ESPNU   Times of Interest 9 a.m. LSU SportShop opens