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Ledey’s Auto Sales gives 2 cars to needy families

Not all of us can say that we were given a car as a gift.

The fight to save Redemptorist High School

The announcement that Redemptorist High School would be closing its doors at the end of the year caught a lot of people off guard.

Broadmoor Elementary students get rewarded for hard work

 We all know the saying hard work pays off. For some children at Broadmoor Elementary, their hard work did just that. Thursday, students were awarded with brand-new bikes!

Rare signed Beatles-themed piano to benefit Habitat for Humanity

Some veterans in St. Tammany Parish will owe a lot to Sgt. Pepper. Because of the two living members of The Beatles, those veterans will have homes they otherwise couldn't have afforded.

Singing bell ringer spreads Christmas cheer in Baton Rouge

If you go to the Sam's Club off Siegen Lane, you may get a cheerful surprise.

Christmas parade gives back to those in need

 Christmas is almost here. The St. George Fire Department wants to do its part to help those in need.

SU graduate wants to make a difference, help juvenile delinquents

 "If you don't want it for yourself, nobody else will want it. So if there's something you want in life, go get it," said Jamaal Martin.

Residents play planner as Baton Rouge Lakes designers seek input

People know and love the Baton Rouge Lakes. They also have lots of ideas about how to make the lakes better.

Central Food Bank gets 2000 lbs. in food, new facility, but still needs your help

Just in time for Christmas, hungry families in Central will be able to enjoy a nutritious meal, thanks to your generosity.

Talented young musicians show gift for service through toy drive for Parker House

The children who live at Parker House do not have much.

New program at Ochsner helps patients breathe easier

 Most of us can go for a walk or complete other everyday activities without a problem. However, for the more than 12 million people in the U.S. living with lung disease, it can make these simple activities extremely difficult.

What does the Constable's Office do?

Do they really need those vehicles?

Former Southern University bandleader enjoys retirement

For the last eight years, one man has led Southern University’s powerful Human Jukebox band. But now he's enjoying retirement.

Families volunteer to feed the needy on Thanksgiving

 "God has blessed us plenty, and there's many out there who have been blessed, but not as blessed as we are," said Tanya Scott.

Semper Tigers: Walk-on Marine energizes LSU football team

Some football players get the glory for the plays they make on the field, while some have a glory all their own off the field.