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Protesters want to keep Medicare in Louisiana

More than 700,000 people in Louisiana depend on Medicare, and some seniors citizens are scared they could lose it. Some people in our area made a statement hoping to get the attention of one of our congressmen.

With skin cancer rates rising, Baton Rouge residents look to stay protected

Nearly 5 million people in US have been treated for cancer in the last year, and the surgeon general said many cases can be avoided. Baton Rouge native Ruppert Schaub is just one of many who have been effected.

Delgado will propose back-up plan to Fairness Ordinance

It's been brought up multiple times-- and shot down just as many.

Car inspections to be allowed on rainy days

We all have to have vehicle inspections - it's the law. But - it never fails, when you have the time to get your car inspected...it's a rainy day.

Johnston Street in Lafayette OPEN following major crash

UPDATE: Lafayette Police have reopened Johnston Street after a major crash in the 4500 block. The operator of the motorcycle involved in the crash is listed in critical condition in a Lafayette hospital.

New Iberia caretaker charged for leaving baby in car

New Iberia, LA — A New Iberia woman was arrested Tuesday after leaving a child that she was caring for locked in a hot car in a Walmart parking lot.

I-110 South OPEN to traffic at Capitol Access Road following accident

UPDATE: All lanes are now open I-110 South at Capitol Access Road following an accident. ---- I-110 South is closed to traffic at Capitol Access Road due to an accident.

Melasma Fix?

It's even more reason to stay out of the sun.

St. Landry women arrested for burglary

St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office detectives recovered a large amount of stolen property on Tuesday, July 29th.

EBR students to receive free lunch this school year

The East Baton Rouge Parish School System is proving that there is such a thing as a free lunch.