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Dancing for a cure: Local dancers put dance moves into good use

Dancing. Some would call it an american pastime, but right here in Louisiana, it's a culture. So Sunday, dozens of people put their dancing skills into good use and for a good cause.

'It's a tradition': St. Patrick's Day Parade brings families together

St. Patrick's Day is only a couple of days away, but people right here in Baton Rouge are wearing their green a little early. It's because of the city's annual St.

Race in honor of murdered LSU alumna grows, as does its impact

Some people run to move. Others run because they are moved.

Parents speak out about teacher getting arrested for simple battery

A Baker Middle School teacher is waiting for her day in court after being arrested for "yanking" a student out of class

Glen Ford to receive $250K after 30yrs on death row for crime he didn’t commit

Glenn Ford has enjoyed just a few days of freedom since he walked out of Angola Tuesday, after spending 30 years on death row for a murder he did not commit. And now attention is on how the state plans to make things right.

Neighborhood groups form communication partnership with police

Baton Rouge homeowners are taking a unique step to keeping themselves safe. They formed a new partnership with the police department, which they hope will stop both fear and crime.

College students reminisce as World Wide Web turns 25

Even the plugged-in generation can feel nostalgic for the early days of the World Wide Web.

City of Port Allen forgot to test water system in January; residents concerned

Port Allen residents were shocked when they received a letter from the city of Port Allen telling residents it forgot to test their water system back in January.

Iberville commuters make creative use of new Intracoastal ferry

The pedestrian ferry near the Grosse Tete Bridge is now in business, but people have to get creative to make sure they have a ride once they get across the Intracoastal.

Proposed timeline for reimbursement during situations on a salt dome

One state lawmaker wants to change the law to help people affected by future disasters like what happened in Bayou Corne. The proposed law would set a timeline for reimbursing residents in the mandatory or forced evacuation area.

Gumbo Fridays: A Lenten Season Tradition

If you're looking for a less expensive lunch option on Fridays during the Lenten Season, head to St. James Episcopal Church.

Divide among neighbors in sewer buyout zone about when to move away

Residents of the University Place subdivision are finally moving out.

Iberville residents thrilled with temporary solution to cross the canal

Good news for people in Iberville Parish. Before you know it, there could be a way to cross the Intercostal Canal, even though the bridge is out. This new temporary solution is all thanks to parish officials.

'Kids Fighting Cancer': team of students get ready to race for the cure

The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is only a couple of days away. Of course, it's not just a face, but a huge tool in the fight against breast cancer. Now, one local teacher is taking the run and the fight to the classroom.

Watching water levels, residents ready for spring thaw

The northern half of the country got a lot of snow this winter, and when it all melts, the runoff will drain into the Mississippi River to.