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Local first responders reflect on 9/11

To say we all remember September 11th doesn't really go far enough. It's a day most of us neither can nor would ever want to forget. And for most of us, watching the events of that day thirteen years ago, was overwhelming.

'I just get emotional': Vietnam veteran remembers 9/11

Today, 13 years ago, the U.S. was in a state of terror. It's something a local Vietnam veteran remembers all too well.

BRPD: DNA evidence ties man to burglary on Perkins Road

Authorities need your help finding a man, who they say, stole over $2,500 in goods from two businesses on Perkins Road.

Authorities trying to identify woman using stolen checks across LA

Several law enforcement agencies are trying to identify a black woman, who has been using stolen checks in stores across South Louisiana.

Times to know for Saturday: LSU vs. ULM

LSU vs. ULM September 13, 2014 * Baton Rouge, La. (Tiger Stadium) * ESPNU   Times of Interest 9 a.m. LSU SportShop opens

AG warns of IRS phone scam in Louisiana

Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is warning citizens of a phone scam in which the caller claims to be an IRS official and attempts to intimidate the victim into making a payment via pre-loaded debit card or wire service.

All lanes of I-10 East now open near Washington Street

UPDATE 4:27 p.m.: All lanes are open I-10 East at the I-10/I-110 Merge. The queue from this incident has reached Grosse Tete on I-10 East and Choctaw Drive on I-110 South.

LSP: man who robbed Jackson sporting goods store turns himself in

After an extensive multi-agency investigation with the assistance of several tips from the public, a Jackson man was placed under arrest for the burglary of a sporting goods store.

Shooting critically injures 25-year-old Independence man on Blackcat Road

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s deputies are now investigating a shooting that critically injured a 25-year-old man on September 10, 2014.

Woman steals cell phones from store on Government Street

Authorities need your help identifying a black woman, who allegedly stole several cell phones from a store on Government Street.

High School Football Rankings: NBC33's Top-33 (Week 1)

  NBC33's Top-33 High School Football teams (Week 1)

Donation will be instrumental to continued growth of Belaire HS band

There is a brand new sound at Belaire High School, because of a gift that will change the quality and size of its marching band<

BR Councilwoman hopes to get police officers body cameras in the near future

Councilwoman C. Denise Marcelle wants Baton Rouge officers to join the New Orleans and Thibodaux police departments in using body cameras.

Study shows ADHD on rise, partly caused by lack of exercise

It's back to school for the students in our area, but for some, that also means back on the medications. I found out today, ADHD is on the rise.

LSP looking for man who robbed sporting goods store in East Feliciana Parish

Louisiana State Police Detectives, the East Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) are asking for assistance from the public in helping to locate an individual responsible for the burglary