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Food Network's 'Restaurant: Impossible' takes over BR pizzeria

You might recall Food Network's Chef Robert Irvine and maybe a couple of his head on tactics on the TV reality show 'Restaurant: Impossible.'  He and his team are bringing the lights, cameras, and action down south this winter.

Mayor Holden speaks out about new proposed City of St. George: organizers say his remarks are disturbing

The Mayor gave his annual state of the city address Wednesday afternoon at the Crowne Plaza. Although he did use the opportunity to point out what could be a negative, Holden did say Baton Rouge is in the right direction and the future has

Wait is over in Port Allen, 2013-2014 budget adopted

Port Allen City Council members all voted 'yes' to finally adopt a 2013-2014 budget Wednesday night.

Cold weather affects mosquitos; tips to keep insects at bay

Livingston parish mosquito abatement gives us an inside look in the life of these six legged creatures.

People in Sorrento speak out about new patrols

After months without an active police department, Sorrento will now be patrolled by Ascension Parish Sheriff deputies at night and on the weekends, but what does that mean for the people who live there?

Bayou Crab camp owner speaks out after crooks stole propellers, boat gear

George Cook owns a camp on Bayou Crab. It's the spot he said he and his family go to get away. Then on Saturday Cooke explained he noticed something had changed, something was missing.

School delays cause parents problems: some miss work others simply worry

Across our region students got the day off, while others got a few extra hours to sleep in. Some parents are less than pleased with these decisions the districts made about this cold weather.

Frozen pipes cause damage across Baton Rouge

Dozens of people across the Capitol City awoke to small floods Tuesday morning as their water pipes buckled under the pressure of this winter chill.

CATS to make changes in 2014

With a CEO who suddenly resigned, board members accused of stealing money, and complaints from riders, last year was challenging for CATS.

Strawberry farmer preps for cold

"Naturally you don't want to see this, but I mean there is nothing we can do. So, we just have to try to put another layer," Anthony Baglio, strawberry farmer in Independence, Louisiana, said.

Saints fans discuss what the team means to them

For some Saints fans in New Orleans Drew Brees and the rest of the Saints are more than football players. They are family.

Fire victim needs help; dog pulled her to safety in New Year's Eve blaze

Earlier this week, we introduced you to Sandra Dixon.  Sandra lost everything when a fire destroyed her home on New Year's Eve.  Her 9-month old puppy woke her up and she was able to escape unharmed, but now she's trying to re

Zachary woman celebrates 110th birthday

The music, the food, the cake equal all the makings of a family birthday party, but there's one thing that makes this gathering all the greater.

Life after jail: fighting Louisiana’s recidivism rate with opportunity

Louisiana continues to lead the country with the nation’s largest per-capita inmate population.

Safety Tips: Running in cold weather

In order to get from start to finish, you've got to put in some work. And with below freezing temperatures, take precaution when running in cold weather.