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NBC33 profiles the Senate candidates: Col. Rob Maness

The eyes of the nation will be on Louisiana on Tuesday. When voters go to the polls, their choice could determine who controls the Senate, and the direction Washington takes for at least two years.

APSO: convicted felon sold heroin near Gonzales school, in presence of minors

A man is now in jail after selling heroin near Gonzales Middle School and in the presence of minors, according to the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office.

TPSO arrests 5 on drug charges

The Tangipahoa Parish Sherriff Office is cracking down on illegal drugs.  

'No Mo Mojo' tour educates students about synthetic marijuana

State officials call it poison. Right now, more than a hundred people are in local hospitals because of synthetic marijuana.

How to keep your kids safe while trick-or-treating

Halloween is an evening filled with mischief, magic and sugary treats; but while your little ghosts and goblins are running around the neighborhood stock piling candy, it's important they remember to be safe.

Angler Magazine hopes to hook kids on fishing

The Angler Magazine is sponoring "Hook Kids on Fishing", Saturday November 1, 2014 at the Lamar Dixon Expo Center.

Water Worries: officials defend skepticism as St. John water lawsuit grows

Water is a big part of life here in South Louisiana. But people in part of St. John the Baptist Parish look at their water and wonder if it will make them sick.

U-High running back Brossette rushing up national rankings

 Nick Brossette doesn't get caught up in the stats "In five years, he has never asked me about them once. That tells you what kind of kid he is," University High assistant coach Burke Broussard said.

LSU Football using new mouthpiece technology

 In football, head to head contact is unavoidable sometimes. So as a result, concussions will happen. But this season, LSU has been working with i1Biometrics, A sports technology company that measures head impacts through a mouthpiece.

Cancer survivor rings in her cancer-free celebration

 A local woman fought through all the complications of cancer, and now she is free of the disease.

St. John Parish Council wants utility director to resign

The water drama continues in St. John the Baptist Parish. Just last night at the parish council meeting, council members directed their attention to utilities department director Virgil Rayneri, calling for his resignation.

Governor Jindal, DHH ban new synthetic marijuana compound

Gov. Bobby Jindal and officials with the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH), and Louisiana State Police (LSP) announced the ban of a new synthetic marijuana compound called "MAB-CHMINACA" today.

New fast food restaurant offers healthy menu items for all diets

 Our brains associate fast food with big macs, whoppers and super sized fries, but as soceity changes and focuses more on a healthy, balanced lifestyle, our options evolve as well.

Healthcare professionals come together to make cancer treatment easier

 As we all know, cancer isn't easy, and treating it isn't easy either.

Robert man dies in crash on US 190

Last night at approximately 11:40 pm Louisiana State Police Troop L responded to a single vehicle fatal crash on US 190 in Robert near the Wal-Mart Distribution Center. The crash took the life of Bobby Creekmore Jr. of Robert.