Posted 6:54 AM 2/27/2015 by Chris Nakamoto
BATON ROUGE- The Diocese of Baton Rouge wants a Judge to throw out a major portion of a lawsuit against a priest.
The lawsuit says the priest was told about allegations of sexual abuse during a confession, and did not report it to authorities.
Rebecca Mayeux claims she was molested (More)
Posted 7:20 AM 2/26/2015 by Hunter Robinson
BATON ROUGE - The Conservative Political Action Conference begins today in Washington, D.C. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is a featured speaker on the first day of the weekend-long event.
Jindal has spoken at the event in the past. The Straw Poll at CPAC is often an indicator of (More)
Posted 3:48 PM 2/25/2015 by Rebecca Buchanan and Brock Sues
BATON ROUGE - Easing traffic in Baton Rouge is always a hot topic, and the Green Light Project is trying to make progress forward. On Wednesday, plans are being discussed to deal with a roadway that's getting busier by the day: Pecue Lane at I-10.
There are (More)
Posted 7:21 AM 2/24/2015 by Hunter Robinson
BATON ROUGE - The Capital City is in the midst of a redevelopment revolution. Baton Rouge is constantly changing and developing. The latest chapter of the revolution is the old Entergy site on Government Street. Redevelopment Authority President/CEO Gwen Hamilton joined us on (More)
Posted 7:15 AM 2/23/2015 by Hunter Robinson
BATON ROUGE - Law enforcement agencies from across the area are teaming up to raise money for Special Olympics by taking the Polar Plunge.
This year's plunge is Saturday, February 28th at 9 a.m. at the Cabela's in Gonzales. This is the eighth year of the event. There are typically around (More)