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Hidden cemetery concerns neighbors

A park sits on old hammond highway.  It's full of life, but just a few yards away, neighbors say it's a different story.

Central family uses Christmas spirit to raise money for family of special needs child

It is hard to miss the big Christmas light display across from Central Middle School. But the show is not as big as the impact it will have on one family.

Late start leads to constant rewards for local Marine

Andrew Nackley passed a big milestone when he earned his promotion to Staff Sergeant earlier this month. "The level of responsibility goes up considerably," he stated.

Louisianans weigh in about Duck Dynasty star’s dismissal

For some hearing Phil Robertson was suspended from A&E's hit 'Duck Dynasty' for comments about homosexuality, gave them something to quack about.

Baton Rouge writing organization needs your help

A Baton Rouge arts organization is asking for your help. They're trying to highlight the importance of writing for children. They're hoping to raise $15,000 over the next month.

Drivers practice more caution after deadly 21 car pile-up

For many a deadly 21 car pile-up early Tuesday Morning has served as a wake-up call to be even more careful on the roads. For some drivers it's the fog that gets them early in the morning.

A holiday homecoming for soldier and 9-year-old daughter

It started as a normal day at St. Jean Vianney for Madison Davis, but little did she know, there was a big surprise waiting on her.  NBC33 was in on the secret.

Alejandra Juan becomes new Executive Director of USS KIDD Veterans Memorial Museum

The Louisiana Naval War Memorial Commission is pleased to announce Ms. Alejandra “Alex” Juan as the new Executive Director of the USS KIDD Veterans Memorial & Museum.

Local small businesses among early adopters of Bitcoins

High-tech investors have been excited recently about the rising value of Bitcoins. But they are not just a collectible for computer nerds. More and more, small businesses are getting in on the Bitcoin rush.

Shelter dogs and inmates get second chance

When you think of graduation, the cap, the gown, and the diploma are a few things that may come to mind. But, in St. Gabriel, Monday's ceremony was a bit different.

Trevor's wish honored; BR food bank donations

You might recall Trevor Sims--the story of an 11 year old boy who's dying wish was to make sure the hungry in Baton Rouge had something to eat.

Soldiers come home just in time for Christmas

Christmas is next week, but Monday, Christmas came a little early. Soldiers from the 922nd National Guard Unit came home to loved ones that have been missing them and waiting for them all year.

Rodrigue family announces funeral arrangements for Blue Dog artist; Statements from family, state leaders

The Rodrigue family invites the community to join them in mourning the passing of internationally renowned and beloved artist George Rodrigue.

LA sheriffs receive national award

On Tuesday, December 3, 2013, law enforcement task force, Joint Task Force Seven (JTF7), which is comprised of the seven sheriffs surrounding the Greater Baton Rouge area, received one of seven National Service Awards presented by Ready Communi

SU graduates look forward to next steps

It was pomp and circumstance for graduates at Southern University Friday.