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NBC33 Consumer Alert: Jimmy John's warns of security breach, no LA stores impacted

Jimmy John's is warning its customers their credit and debit card information may have been compromised. The company says it's known about the issue since July 30, 2014.

Southern University partners with community center to give kids glimpse of college life

Exposure to different things is good for all of us, and especially good for our youngsters. The Bright Future Community Learning Center is getting an introduction to college life and Southern University's Human Jukebox Band.

Renowned lawyer files class action lawsuit against St. John water system

After weeks of fear about their water, people in St. John the Baptist Parish are fighting back. They are taking the parish to court, because they say all the problems they are facing are no accident.

APSO busts 'large scale meth dealer' in Sorrento

A Sorrento husband and wife are now in jail after a large amount of methamphetamine was found in their home, according to the Ascension Parish Sheriffs Office.

Governor's office responds to open letter from pastors

Govenor Bobby Jindal is set to speak at a Washington D.C. summit sponsored by the Family Research Council, and some faith leaders are not happy about it.

Coyotes wandering into St. John the Baptist neighborhoods

Wild animals are wandering a little too close to residential areas. Now, St. John the Baptist officials are setting out traps to solve the problem.

EBR Parish School District starts program for dropout students

Some students fall through the cracks. Now, the East Baton Rouge Parish School District is trying to do something to help.

New LA health care plans costing more and providing less

Tomorrow morning, you have a chance to sound off on a proposed new health plan for Louisiana's state workers, retirees and teachers.

BR hospitals implement new policy to fight the spread of flu

Flu season is almost here. Today, hospitals around the area are joining forces to fight the spread of it this season.

EBRSO: man who robbed Whitney Bank on Coursey now in South Carolina jail

South Carolina law enforcement were able to apprehend the man suspected of robbing the Whitney Bank on Coursey Boulevard Friday afternoon based on information and a warrant obtained by the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office.

Louisiana AG's Office: New health plan for state workers might be illegal

The Louisiana Attorney General's Office says, Governor Bobby Jindal's administration ignored state law when trying to implement new health care plans for more than 230,000 current and retired state workers.

BRAF looking for your input regarding traffic in proposed Baton Rouge Health District

The Baton Rouge Area Foundation is soliciting public opinion as it plans for the proposed Health District in the south part of Baton Rouge.

Residents furious after St. John council closes ranks about water system troubles

St. John the Baptist Parish residents are not getting the answers they want about their water.

BRCC partners with Praxair to train welders in high demand

Right now, there's a need for more than 35,000 skilled craft workers in the U.S. And many of those opportunities are right here at home. That's why BRCC and Praxair have joined forces to get a new program up and running.

West Feliciana High School partners with LSU for new teaching program

Statistics show 40% of teachers across the country quit within their first five years in the classroom.