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BR coaches and athletes compete for $500 prize

It can cost a lot of money to run a successful sports team, just ask some of the coaches in our area. Saturday, BREC wanted to give back to some local teams.

EBR School System holds fair to recruit more than 100 teachers

School just started back up for the students in East Baton Rouge, but dozens of schools are still short-staffed and in need of full-time teachers. That's why school board officials are doing what they can to recruit the best candidates.

Judge denies NAACP's request for injunction against school board redistricting

The East Baton Rouge Parish School Board can go ahead and reduce its ranks.

SEC Network announces league slate of games for LSU basketball

The new SEC Network highlighted its second day of operation Friday night by announcing the 18-game Southeastern Conference men’s basketball schedules for the 14-team league, including the list of dates and games for Coach Johnny Jones and

LSU softball adds Hoover for 2015

– Head coach Beth Torina and the LSU softball team have announced the addition of Carley Hoover to the Tigers roster for the 2015 season, joining the Purple and Gold after one year at Stanford University.

EBRSO looking for man who cashed fake payroll check

Detectives are looking for a black man who cashed fake checks at a convenience store.

Authorities kick off campaign to keep you safe this Labor Day holiday

Law enforcement officials are gearing up for what is traditionally one of the deadliest weekends in our state.

CATS installs shelter at Baker bus stop

CATS riders in Baker can now wait for the bus under a cool, shady covering on those hot summer days.

After 35 years, the party is still going strong at Party Time

Some may say time's are tough when it comes to the economy, but there's one local business that has beat the odds and is celebrating 35 years in Baton Rouge.

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.