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Kids celebrate the new year early in Downtown Baton Rouge

Dozens of families came out to Town Square in Downtown Baton Rouge Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the new year a little early. The event was part of the build up to the Red Stick Revelry.

Residents concerned about dark, winding road; pedestrian killed in Livingston parish crash

Cars and trucks drive down Juban Road Monday evening, but just a few hours before, it was blocked by State Police.  "[There was] a male body found in a ditch," commented Jared Sandifer with State Police.  Ergin Reese was dri

Social media helps fans get behind the scenes look at Mike VI

LSU's Mike VI needs your help. LSU and Mike are hoping to get to 30,000 likes on Mike VI's Facebook page before the Outback Bowl.

Locals shop for traditional New Year's grub

2014 is almost here, and people here in Baton Rouge are getting ready by stock up on their New Year's supplies including the food they need to start the new year off right.

Area bars prep for crowds to watch the Outback Bowl

There are only few days left before the LSU Tigers take on the Iowa Hawkeyes in the Outback Bowl on New Year's Day in Tampa. Here in Baton Rouge bars are already preparing for the big crowds headed there way to watch the game.

Follow up: Hidden cemetery gets attention from volunteers and former caretaker

An abandoned graveyard on Old Hammond Highway is getting some help. Some of the graves go back to the 1800's. We got to see the damage and talked to the people who are going to keep it from staying that way.

BR woman, 'LSU's oldest fan' celebrates 100th birthday on Christmas

While many are still soaking in Christmas day, December 25th is another special milestone for Tina Bonanno.  "[I'm] 100. They say I don't look my age...Do I?" she laughed.

Volunteers give back to the less fortunate for Christmas

Christmas is a day we spend time with family and open plenty of gifts, but it's also a time for giving. The Beaugh family spends every Christmas helping to feed the less fortunate in their community.

Last-minute holiday travelers make their way

In the wake of Christmas Eve, lots of folks are on the road or in the air to see loved ones.

Locals are fed up with the O'Neal Lane construction, businesses are severly suffering

The construction on O’Neal Lane has been going on for a long time.  It has residents and businesses up in arms. The construction is part of the cities Green Light Plan and locals are ready for it to be over with.

Iberville couple gets an early Christmas surprise

An Iberville Parish couple got an early Christmas gift. Their baby girl came two months early. Get this, she wasn't born at a hospital, but in the back of her dad's car.

Two families in need get a special gift

Two families in need got an early surprise from some of Santa's helpers tonight. A Baton Rouge substance abuse center presented them with an early Christmas gift to help them get back on their feet.

2BRokeGuys encourage you to give back this holiday season

Christmas is only a couple of days away, but if you're on a budget, there are still things you can do to enjoy the rest of the holiday season.

Waste Management workers to the rescue

A couple of Livingston Parish Waste Management workers are now heroes. Sheronda Jones and Craig Polk work for Waste Management. Every day is pretty much the same, until one day everything changed.

Volunteer organizations urge community to give of their time all year long

If you’ve thought about volunteering your time this holiday season, you’re not alone, that’s why some organizations are hoping you keep that spirit of giving through the whole year.