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Entrepreneurs, kids get ready for Lemonade Day LA

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

Broussard out as SU Athletic Director, reassigned to Presidents office for now

 Southern University spokesman Ed Pratt confirmed to NBC33 that Athletic Director Dr. William Broussard has been reassigned to the Southern System Presidents office, effective April 1.

BRPD K-9 Division are ready for regional trials

The Baton Rouge Police Department K-9 Division are polishing their skills in preparation for the United States Canine Association Regional Dog Trials on April 14th.

St. George petition validation pushed to next week

The official signature count for the St. George petition validation announcement was supposed to come out today, but instead the East Baton Rouge Registrar of Voters Office pushed it back to next week.

Louisiana LGBT couple shares their story for LA Loves Campaign

Marriage equality in Louisiana is an on-going battle in the court system. That's why two LGBT organizations have paired up to start the Louisiana Loves Campaign, which aims to associate some local faces with same-sex marriage.

More than 30 people displaced after three Baton Rouge fires

 Eleven people, including three small children are without a home after a dry cleaner caught fire in the home on Skysail Avenue.

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.

Woman's body found after apartment fire extinguished

Detectives hope to find out what led to the death of a woman whose bodied was found in an apartment that caught fire Wednesday morning.

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.

DA's office helped lower violent crime rates but is in bad shape financially

 Despite, as DA Hillar Moore describes as an underpaid staff and financial restrains on his department, the DA's office along with the

American Diabetes Association: It's "Diabetes Alert Day"

Nearly 26 million Americans have diabetes. That is almost 1 out of every 10 people.

Gonzales Fire Dept. needs your vote to renew millage

For the past 30 years the City of Gonzales Fire Department has been there for you and your family. Now, t's time to support the men and women who put their lives on the line to keep us safe.

DOTD wants drivers to slow down and stay alert in work zones

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development wants you to slow down and move over when you see road construction workers.

Capitol Heights in a "stinky" situation

Capitol Heights residents found themselves in a stinky situation over the weekend. Residents told us that raw sewage was being pumped into a nearby creek causing the entire neighbor to smell.

LSU President: budget cuts could be crippling

The 2016 executive budget proposes huge cuts to higher education in Louisiana. LSU President and Chancellor, Dr. F King Alexander spoke to the Baton Rouge Press Club today about what these cuts could mean to LSU.