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How graduates miss out on $54 million a year

 College students in Louisiana are not taking advantage of financial aid programs. Apparently, louisiana's college students leave $50 million in aid unclaimed each year.

Gonzales woman wanted for cashing, forging stolen checks

Deputies are looking for a Gonzales woman who cashed and forged stolen checks.

Deputies searching for 17-year-old runaway from Prairieville

The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office is attempting to locate a 17-year-old runaway named Austin Boudreaux.

Louisiana's drunk driving problem makes extra patrols vital

When you go out this holiday season, there will be lots of police officers checking to make sure you get home safely.

TSA, customs and border patrol exempt from racial profiling bans

President Obama made it illegal this week for federal law enforcement agencies to profile US citizens.

Vancouver, WA man arrested for recent burglaries in Prairieville

The man who burglarized a car and tried to break into a Prairieville home is now in jail, according to the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Crews investigating house fire on Tullahama Drive

The St. George Fire Department is trying to determine the cause of a house fire in the 5700 block of Tullahama Drive. The fire started just after 5:00 p.m. on December 10, 2014.

Retired priest dies during bike accident in Pierre Part

Father Clarence Waguespack has died after a biking accident in Pierre Part, according to the Diocese of Baton Rouge.

Exxon-Mobil donates 100K to local schools

Exxon-Mobil branded wholesalers partnered with the Adopt a Classroom program to donate $100,000 dollars to elementary schools in Baton Rouge and the surrounding areas.

Teachers prepare for potential PARCC testing in Louisiana

 In this day and age of common core and PARCC testing in Louisiana classrooms, it can get confusing as to how exactly your child is being taught in school. But it is important to know the standards that are now in place.