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Thieves steal over $6000 in tires from BR rental company

Deputies are looking for thieves who stole over $6000 in tires from a rental company over the past three months.

Tools for Schools: Crestworth Elementary gets brand new computer lab

Technology is essential for learning these days, but some schools can't afford it So, NBC33 teamed up with some local organizations to make sure students at one local school had a computer lab of their own.

Vigil highlights new laws against domestic violence

Law enforcement has new ways to try to stop domestic violence. And a local sorority wants everyone to know about them, so they could save a woman's life.

Broadway named to Manning Award watch list

Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns quarterback Terrance Broadway earned more national preseason honors on Thursday when he was named to the 2014 Manning Award Watch List.

LSU student designs crawfish boil Nike shoes

Every spring we lay down our newspapers, put our pots on the fire, and throw in the crawfish and corn for a Louisiana crawfish boil. Well now, a local skate shop has used all that to inspire something you might not expect.

LSU alumni president resigns amid sex scandal

LSU Alumni Association President Charlie Roberts has resigned.

New rule says Port Allen police officers must reimburse city if they leave early

Port Allen City Council adopted an ordinance Wednesday night that will force all future hired police officers to reimburse the city on all funding spent to train and outfit them if they leave the department within two years.

'One team, one fight': U.S.S. Kidd staff hopeful about museum's future

It's been a tough year for the staff at U.S.S. Kidd, but this week they got some good news. NCIS New Orleans is coming to the Kidd, and that means more money for the museum.

APSO suspects foul play after body found in Donaldsonville

Deputies are investigating in Donaldsonville after a body found was found along the levee. Investigators believe foul play is involved. Ascension Sheriff Jeff Wiley says his office is:

DNA evidence links suspect to shooting death on Cate Avenue

Police are charging Demond Bessie, 23, with for the shooting death of a man on Cate Avenue.

Police: this man stole espensive liquor from Rite Aid on Jefferson Hwy

Right now, police are looking for a white man who has been stealing expensive liquor. Ljean Mckneely, says the man has stolen alcohol several times, from the Rite Aid at 7570 Jefferson Hwy.

Deputies arrest Angola prison worker for 'inappropriate conduct' with inmate

An Angola prison employee is now a prisoner. Deputies arrested maintenance worker Danny B. Daniel, 64, of St. Francisville, for malfeasance in office, on August 13, 2014.

Fallen tree closes Burgess Avenue in Walker

LA 1027 (Burgess Avenue) is closed to traffic in both directions from Glascock Street to King Street in Walker due to a fallen tree. Traffic is not passing through and is advised to use an alternate route.

'Save our Hills': Residents in Oak Hills neighborhood take a stand against mining operation

Hundreds of people in Watson are waiting for an answer that could change the fate of their neighborhood. A strip mining operation could be in their backyards, but they aren't letting this happen without a fight.

Metro Council votes down controversial 'fairness ordinance'

The debate over the controversial "fairness ordinance" is over, for now.