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7/17/2014

Buses are stuffed, time to unpack

Posted 5:51 AM 7/17/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - We raised $67,000 worth of school supplies yesterday for students in Ascension and Baton Rouge Parishes during our annual Stuff the Bus drive.

Now it's time for the hard part: unpacking all those buses.

Volunteers will Unstuff the Bus today. 2une In's Rebecca Buchanan visited Capitol Elementary in Baton Rouge this morning where volunteers were up before the sun to organize all those supplies.

Check out the video for more information.

7/16/2014

Couyon's Cajun BBQ: Bread Pudding and Whiskey Sauce

Posted 5:14 AM 7/16/2014 by Hunter Robinson

PORT ALLEN - Our July Chefs of the Month are Paul and Michael Mladenka from Couyon's Cajun BBQ in Port Allen. The brothers stepped away from the grill this morning on 2une In to show you a delicious dessert: Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce. 2une In next Wednesday for another signature dish from (More)

7/15/2014

Head of the class: La's Teacher of the Year

Posted 8:07 AM 7/15/2014 by John Pastorek, Hunter Robinson

ST. FRANCISVILLE - Carla Jackson, a 3rd Grade teacher at Bains Elementary School in St. Francisville was just named Louisiana's Teacher of the Year.

She beat out dozens of the state's best educators to win the award. Now she will represent Louisiana in the national Teacher of the Year (More)

7/14/2014

Making technology safe for your kids

Posted 7:06 AM 7/14/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - Kids are getting more and more tech savvy and using gadgets at younger ages than ever before. Best Buy's Cody Dickerson stopped by 2une In this morning with some great gift ideas for your kids and to tell you how to keep them safe.

"Technology can be a great form of (More)

7/11/2014

Six year old transplant recipient gets ready for competition

Posted 8:54 AM 7/11/2014 by Rebecca Buchanan

BATON ROUGE - A six year old liver transplant recipient is going strong, getting ready for the Transplant Games of America.

Smith McRae was diagnosed with liver failure at two months old. He wasn't expected to live past his first birthday. At six months old his parents prayers were (More)

7/10/2014

George Rodrigue's legacy lives on in scholarship program

Posted 7:14 AM 7/10/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - The George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts awarded $50,000 in scholarships to 21 finalists from around Louisiana in the 5th Annual Art Contest themed, "Louisiana's Natural Beauty."

The artwork of the 21 finalists is on display at the Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge (More)

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