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Thirty new law enforcement officers graduate from training program

Right now, 30 new law enforcement officials are getting ready to start serving our community. They protect and serve our community every day. They are our men and women law enforcement officers.

Car drives through dentist office on Bluebonnet Boulevard

Firefighters had to pull a woman and her 9-year-old son from underneath an aquarium, after a car crashed into the front door of a dentist's office and knocked it over.

Police: woman steals over $200K from Gonzales furniture store

A St. Amant woman is now in jail for embezzling over $200,000 from a furniture store, according to the Gonzales Police Department.

Police investigating shooting on Louisiana Avenue that left man in hospital

Baton Rouge Police are investigating a shooting that sent a man to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Senators McCain, Vitter tout Cassidy as candidate for veterans

Congressman Bill Cassidy went all over the state Monday for his Senate campaign. He got help from a pair of current senators, who said Cassidy is be the best choice to protect the men and women who protect us.

Lions move to No. 8 in both FCS Polls

 The Southeastern Louisiana football team climbed to No. 8 in both the Sports Network FCS Top 25 and the FCS Coaches Poll, both which were released on Monday.

LSU's Fournette and Vadal Alexander named SEC Players of the Week

  LSU running back Leonard Fournette and offensive guard Vadal Alexander both picked up Southeastern Conference Player of the Week honors for their performance in the Tigers’ 30-27 win over Florida on Saturday night, the league offic

Attorney General stops Ebola victim's belongings from coming to Louisiana

"We don't know how it's going to be anyway with the outbreak, if the belongings are contagious or not. I don't know nothing about it on the end. But I do know I'm hella scared."

Jump Start funding announcements

Jump Start is Louisiana's answer to giving high schoolers real-world experience before they graduate.

New hotel coming to Downtown Baton Rouge

Yet another business is set to open up in Downtown Baton Rouge. Today, the South Carolina based Windsor Aughtry Company announced it's plans to build a Courtyard Marriott along the historic Third Street corridor.