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AgCenter campaign: move toward healthier lives

AgCenter campaign: move toward healthier lives

Posted 5:27 AM 7/22/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - The LSU AgCenter is using billboards, banners and posters to encourage people in low-income areas to take easy steps toward healthier lives. Diane Sasser runs the AgCenter education program for people in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. She says the (More)

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Vitter discusses his solution to the U.S. border crisis

Posted 7:17 AM 7/21/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - Tensions at the U.S.-Mexico border are high as wave after wave of illegal migrant children spill over into the United States. U.S. Senator and gubernatorial candidate David Vitter (R-Louisiana) stopped by 2une In this morning to talk about his bill he says is the solution to the (More)

7/18/2014

NAACP wants more, not fewer school board members

NAACP wants more, not fewer school board members

Posted 4:02 AM 7/18/2014 by Trey Schmaltz

BATON ROUGE- The NAACP protested with signs outside Thursday's East Baton Rouge Parish School Board meeting.

The group believes talks about redistricting the board and possibly reducing the number of seats will lead to segregation and discrimination among the board. Plans are being (More)

7/17/2014

National report highlights speed trap on I-10

National report highlights speed trap on I-10

Posted 9:01 AM 7/17/2014 by Trey Schmaltz

HENDERSON - This quiet town, nestled on the edge of the Atchafalaya Basin in the heart of Cajun Country, can be scare for drivers as they leave the raised, westbound lanes of the I-10 Basin Bridge and approach the town's exit.

Typically, police are waiting for drivers traveling above the (More)

7/16/2014

Kissing congressman short on cash for campaign

Kissing congressman short on cash for campaign

Posted 4:27 AM 7/16/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - Incumbency hasn't helped U.S. Rep. Vance McAllister boost his campaign coffers. The Republican congressman, who represents Louisiana's 5th District, reported Tuesday he had less than $4,800 in his campaign account when the latest fundraising period wrapped up June 30. (More)...

7/15/2014

Kids changing the world, helping the elderly visit Baton Rouge

Posted 7:03 AM 7/15/2014 by Hunter Robinson

BATON ROUGE - The World Changers are in Baton Rouge this week to fix up the homes of the needy and elderly. Mayor Kip Holden is holding a press conference this morning at 10:00 a.m. to introduce the student volunteers to the community.

World Changers is faith-based group that includes (More)

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