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Our Fallen Heroes: People come together to honor law enforcement officials who died in the line of duty

People came together Friday to honor our police who have died in the line of duty. It was definitely an emotional one for law enforcement and their families.

Local driver making 10th appearance in National Truck Driving Championships

The capital area is known for having some of the worst drivers in the country. But it is also home to one of the best.

LPSO Marine Division helping keep boaters safe

The Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office's Marine Division has a simple mission: keep people safe on the water. Deputies check boats to make sure they have the required number of life jackets, and that no on is drinking and boating.

APSO veteran saves two-year-old boy from drowning

A 16-year veteran of the Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office is being hailed a hero. Sergeant Chad Stafford jumped into a pond and saved a little boy from drowning.

Gonzales community rallies to fill big rig with supplies for tornado victims

Tornado victims in Mississippi will owe a big thank you to the town of Gonzales, and especially to a handful of people who are sending an 18-wheeler full of supplies.

Exotic animal preserve provides educational opportunities for students young, old

Camels and kangaroos bring up visions of far-away lands. But thousands of local children are learning that the world is small because they can find animals from all over the world living together in East Feliciana Parish.

'The Zodiac Killer': BR man claims his biological father is an infamous serial killer, writes book

A Baton Rouge man is making national headlines. He says his biological father is one of the most notorious serial killers ever. The Zodiac Killer who killed nearly 40 people in the 1960's and 1970's.

'Gwens Law' aimed at preventing more domestic abuse homicides in our state

Its law that could save lives, it’s called Gwen’s law, named for the late Gwen Cox, who was killed in an act of domestic violence.

'Gwens Law' aimed at preventing more domestic abuse homicides in our state

Its law that could save lives, it’s called Gwen’s law, named for the late Gwen Cox, who was killed in an act of domestic violence.

A picture of mono mono twins seconds after their birth goes viral

Newborn twin girls in Akron, Ohio are defying the odds and capturing hearts around the world. A picture of them holding hands at birth is going viral.

Students react to news of new director of Southeastern Police Department: change is needed

Southeastern University students are reacting to the news that there will finally be someone new heading their Police Department.

Students react to news of new director of Southeastern Police Department: change is needed

Southeastern University students are reacting to the news that there will finally be someone new heading their Police Department.

Moms spend their special day at the Zoo

The weather wasn't exactly a mom's best friend this Mother's Day. However, Some brave mom's decided they wouldn't let a little rain ruin their day. They took their kids to BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo!

The March of Dimes: Gaby's story

Nearly a thousand people marched well walked around downtown Baton Rouge today. They did this to raise awareness and money for research to help sick babies in our area. It's called the March of Dimes. 

'Bring Back Our Girls': Locals rally to raise awareness for kidnapped Nigerian girls

A dozen people came out to rally at the State Capitol as part of the "Bring Back Our Girls" campaign.