Posted 8:52 AM 7/28/2015 by Joe Hagan
BATON ROUGE- At the end of the week America’s first nationalized healthcare, Medicare, will turn 50 years old.
Medicare is a federal program that provides health insurance coverage for more than 50 million Americans.
Before Medicare, senior citizens were plagued by poverty (More)
Posted 8:22 AM 7/27/2015 by Joe Hagan
BATON ROUGE- The annual Civil War Battle of Baton Rouge commemorative ceremony is coming back to the capital city.
The Battle of Baton Rouge took place on August 5, 1862 on Magnolia Cemetery’s grounds. Major General John C. Breckinridge led 2,600 confederate troops into Baton Rouge (More)
Posted 10:03 AM 7/24/2015 by Kylie Dixon, Joe Hagan
BATON ROUGE- This weekend, Baton Rouge is showing off its Italian flare! The Greater Baton Rouge American Italian Association is hosting the 2015 Italian Heritage Festa.
The AIA was founded in 1978 by immigrants and descendants of Italy. The group started with only 30 members that wanted (More)
Posted 9:28 AM 7/23/2015 by Joe Hagan
BATON ROUGE- The National Southern Christian Leadership Conference is coming to Baton Rouge for the organization’s 57th annual convention.
The SCLC is a civil rights organization founded back in 1957. The group strives to be a “voice for the voiceless,” in (More)
Posted 8:44 AM 7/22/2015 by John Pastorek
BATON ROUGE- If you're looking to build your own home, Kevin Harris Has the perfect book for you. Harris is an architect, former LSU professor and now a published author.
‘The Forever Home' is a book that gives people pointers on building the house of their dreams. Harris says he (More)
Posted 8:42 AM 7/22/2015 by Joe Hagan
BATON ROUGE- Capital City Grill's Y'zell Williamson was back in the 2une In kitchen on Wednesday. On this week's Chef of the Month segment Williamson cooked up some Mahi Corn Maque Choux. It's one of the most popular items on the restaurant's menu.
Check out the video for some special (More)