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Local group helps homeowner get easier way to leave home

Mary Lee Johnson lived at her home on St. Joseph Street for more than 40 years, but now recently she's had trouble getting off her porch.

Local martial arts instructor gives tips on self defense, says always be aware

With the recent string of home invasions and sexual assaults in Baton Rouge, police are urging women to learn some self defense. "You never know where you’re going to be when you get attacked."

Runners cross the finish line in the Capital City

Thousands of runners flocked to Downtown Baton Rouge to run in the Louisiana Marathon and The Half at the Louisiana Marathon Sunday.

Louisiana lawmakers to discuss marijuana legalization Tuesday

Colorado has done it, Washington has done it, will Louisiana be the next state to legalize Marijuana?

LA natives ready to spread largest paint and sip franchise internationally

Louisiana natives are known for having a good time. Now Louisiana is also known for two women who are now behind one of the largest franchises in the nation that involves two things, art and wine.

Public gives critique of CPRA draft of annual plan

Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority officials are looking for your thoughts on the draft of the state's annual plan for rebuilding the coast and protecting the state’s defenses from storms

Termites take over Napoleonville Primary gym; parents, neighbors concerned

Unwelcomed visitors have this napoleonville school without a gym. It's not crime, fire, or flood, but a severe termite infestation.

Both sides of St. George issue clamor for public debate

Representatives from both sides of the St. George debate are challenging one another to an open debate, as incorporation supporters maintain that their support continues to grow.

Prairieville family looses everything: positive, despite previous struggles

For one family in our area, it's been struggle, after struggle, after struggle. Between a hurricane, a rare disease and now a house fire, they have been through a lot. It would be hard to stay optimistic.

Most vulnerable flood zone residents not impressed with flood insurance bill

The federal omnibus spending bill approved by the House of Representatives on Wednesday has big implications for residents of South Louisiana.

Residents near string of home invasions concerned

One could see a school bus and bike riders near Tara and Goodwood. It's a pretty quiet neighborhood, but just days before, it was a crime scene.

Southern University professor named a 'Louisianan of the Year'

Southern University announces that one of its professors has been named a “Louisianan of the Year.”

Food bank grows to serve expanding need

The Greater Baton Rouge food bank is now housed in a bigger and better facility, the facility is now poised to be able to help even more hungry people in our area. James Dorris has already helped feed 19 hungry people today.

Priests and parishioners prevent spreading flu during communion

We know the flu can spread from people to people, but what about from steeple to people?

Parents can now apply for their children to take part in Louisiana Scholarship Program

Parents can now apply for their student to take part in the Louisiana Scholarship Program.