Students concerned about scope of LSU's smoke free policy

When students return to LSU this fall, they will notice something missing: smokers.

Mayor reveals skate park, splash pad in New Roads recreational complex

Officials in New Roads are getting ready for the grand opening of a new state-of-the art recreational complex.

Department stores prepare for tax-free weekend

A lot of students are getting ready for school, and so are the stores.

Report says 'lack of oversight' to blame in botched HealthCare.gov rollout

Management breakdowns led to the failure of the $840-million federal health care enrollment website last fall according to a harsh new government report.

BR suicide prevention experts weigh in on new research

A new study that shows a simple blood test could be the key to preventing suicide, and it could actually help lower rates around the country.

7 new laws affect Louisiana drivers starting August 1, 2014

Beginning August 1st, 2014, numerous laws and amendments passed during the 2014 Louisiana Legislative Session will affect motorists throughout the state.

Baton Rouge gym provides services to help women protect themselves

Sexual assault and rape is a major issue in the US, with one in five women being sexually assaulted in their lifetime. That's why women are looking for any way they can to keep themselves out of harms way.

3 young men vandalize middle school in Prairieville

Three young men are now in jail for vandalizing an Ascension Parish school.

St. Martinville man attempts suicide in court room

A St. Martinville man is now in the hospital after attempting to commit suicide in a court room.