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Jeanerette man shot after stabbing police officer

A Jeanerette man is in jail after police say he stabbed an officer during an altercation on November 16, 2014.

Anthony Jennings receives death threats after loss to Arkansas

 Anthony Jennings has struggled most of the year, but after Saturday night's shutout loss to Arkansas, LSU fans, went too far. Taking to twitter and issuing expletive laced, death threats in Jennings

Local artist wants to bring positivity with new exhibit

A local artist wants to spread positivity with his new art exhibit.

NBC33 teams up with Lane RMC for Chili Cook-off

It's been a little chilly outside as we all know, but that didn't stop people from coming out the Code Red Chili Cook-off on Saturday.

Digital Bookmobile makes its way to Baton Rouge

If you passed by the Goodwood Main Library Saturday in Baton Rouge, you may have noticed a big 18-wheeler in the parking lot...

Louisiana lowers state income projections for current fiscal year

The Louisiana State Government lowered its income projections for the current fiscal year. The Revenue Estimating Committee met at the State Capital Building to look over updated estimates for the current year.

Capital One Bank promotes small business growth in Louisiana

Capital One Bank is giving Louisiana small businesses an opportunity to grow and create jobs with the Bayou Classic Business Plan Competition.

City officials, community leaders tackle EBR's food deserts

Dozens of Baton Rouge officials and organizations came together to make healthy foods easier for all of us to get Friday.

Governor Jindal to discuss possible presidential run on 'Meet the Press' Sunday

This weekend, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will be the center of national attention when he joins Chuck Todd exclusively on NBC's Meet the Press.

Two families share special bond after adopting siblings

Over six hundred children were adopted in Louisiana last year and today, we got to meet some of those endearing kids at the annual adoption celebration at the Governor's Mansion.

Popular BR diner gets new home

One of Baton Rouge's oldest restaurants has a new home, but luckily for the LSU community, it hasn't gone too far. For more than 70 years, Louie's Cafe has served thousands of LSU tigers and fans.

Women's gun safety, self-defense group starts BR chapter

Listen up ladies. Whether you're a regular gun carrying woman, or one who's always wanted to learn how to shoot, Diane Gillis has a message for you.

Brusly athletes sign on to play college softball, baseball

It was an exciting day at Brusly High School, where two standout athletes signed on to play at Louisiana universities.

LSU establishes funds to aid injured officer

People from all over the south are showing their support for an LSU police officer who was injured while leading a motorcade of University of Alabama officials last weekend.

2 Baton Rouge Police officers fired, in jail after indictment

UPDATE (5:21 pm): Emerson Jackson, 32, and Travis Wheeler, 27, turned themselves in to police and have been booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison and charged with Abuse of Office.