Joyce Womack of Greensburg said she originally threw away her Powerball ticket for the March 23 drawing but dug it out of the trash when she realized she hadn’t checked the numbers—and it’s a good thing she did.
It's what students have been preparing for all year, the iLEAP test, and kids across the state will be sitting down to the test this morning. But many have said they already are starting to feel the pressure.
The Goodwood Villas Area Civic Association is part of a nationwide trend that combines social media with the traditional neighborhood watch.
And they're learning more about their neighbors in the process.
The group ‘Stand For Children’ raised their voices together at the East Baton Rouge School Board office, hoping to be heard. The group got together for an impromptu flash mob to promote some of their ideals.
For Richard Haymaker the sting of losing 16 year old Yoshi Hattori, the family’s exchange student, for to gun violence is as fresh as when it happened 20 years ago. His son, only 16 at the time, saw the whole thing.
The East Baton Rouge School District has had problems reaching academic excellence, but now its future seems bright. Parents are thrilled about the direction the district is headed now that new changes and reforms have been announced.