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EBRSO Deputies investigating hate crime

East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff deputies are investigating a hate crime. They say 52 year old Niles Clay sawed, spray painted, and damaged his neighbor's car, all because of his race.

Meet the three Gonzales city council candidates

 There are three candidates looking to help get the Gonzales city council back on track after the the city voted to re-call two of the

LSU's Bell, Hoover land SEC softball awards

 After helping lead LSU to a sweep of non-conference opponents in Nicholls and No.

Baton Rouge man shoots son in buttocks

Elbridge Dukes, 58, is in the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison charged with attempted manslaughter and illegal use of a dangerous weapon. 

Murals taking over South Baton Rouge

 If you've driven through South Baton Rouge lately, a neighborhood situated just between LSU and downtown, you may have noticed a wide range of murals painted on a variety of buildings across the area.

Body of Guardsman Wayne Griffin Jr. transferred to Hammond for funeral

Hundreds gathered at the Louisiana National Guard Army Aviation support facility in Hammond to honor CWO-4 Wayne Griffin Jr.

Shots fired at New Orleans Airport (MSY)

An NBC33 viewer has just called in about shots fired inside the New Orleans Armstrong Int’l Airport . We're told passengers were stuck on the planes on the tarmac from just after 8pm until at least 8:45.

EBR Parish Library Board to ask for more funding

Members of the East Baton Rouge Parish Library Board voted last night to ask the city for more tax dollars to fund the libraries.

Pennington Biomedical is making "Soldier fuel"

Pennington Biomedical Research Center has had a partnership with the Department of Defense since 1988 to find the most efficient type of fuel for military use. But it’s not fuel for vehicles or military equipment.

OLOL reveals new medical interns

100,000 fourth year medical students from across the country are finding out where they'll start their residency!

Family says bullying concerns addressed in the wrong way

Ta'Laycia Davis received a letter from the Pointe Coupee Parish School Board. It says after the alleged bullying, and a hearing, the school system wants Ta'Laycia to continue her education from home.

'Jared the Subway Guy' is ready for Capital Area Heart Walk

Right now, thousands of people are gearing up for one of the nation's biggest heart walks.

Google Art Project features BR street art

Baton Rouge is gaining worldwide attention thanks to Google. The Google Art Program started a street art collection as a way to preserve this unprotected art form.

Leaders With Vision discuss the mental illness crisis

It’s a topic that some people say is reaching crisis level in Baton Rouge. How do we deal with mental illness in the capital city?

Warren Drake chosen as sole nominee for EBR Parish Superintendent

The East Baton Rouge Parish School Board now has a unanimous nomination for its next superintendent.