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Weekends with Whitney: Sugar and Spirits

Posted 6:12 AM 10/31/2014 by Hunter Robinson, Whitney Vann

THIBODAUX - South Louisiana is in the middle of its sugar cane harvest. So far, the weather has been ideal for cutting cane and getting it to the refinery.

In this Weekends with Whitney preview, News Two's Whitney Vann explains how some of that sugar is becoming a new spirit of (More)

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Google joins battle against cancer, other diseases

Posted 7:16 AM 10/30/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - The world's top search database is joining the search for a cure to cancer.

Google is working on a device that could detect the arrival of cancer and other deadly diseases before you even have them. According to the company, you would wear the device that could detect minor swings in tumor cells and alert you to potential threats.

No word on when the device will be ready for use.

10/29/2014

Guide to voting on amendments this election

Posted 7:17 AM 10/29/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - The November 4th election is now less than a week away and there is plenty on the ballot, including 14 constitutional amendments. Robert Travis Scott with the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana stopped by 2une In this morning to alleviate some confusion.

"When you (More)

10/28/2014

Trick or treating safety tips with La. State Police

Posted 8:27 AM 10/28/2014 by Rebecca Buchanan, Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - Costumes and candy make Halloween fun, but it can also be a dangerous holiday.

Children are four times more likely to be involved in deadly pedestrian accidents on Halloween than any other holiday. 2une In's Rebecca Buchanan visited Halloween Express this morning with tips (More)

10/27/2014

Running out of time to early vote

Posted 7:17 AM 10/27/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - Plenty of people have already turned out to cast votes for the November election. If you want to join them and cast your ballot early, there's still time.

More than 100,000 voters have already punched their votes, but Secretary of State Tom Schedler says he was expecting (More)

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