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Diocese of Baton Rouge wants sex abuse lawsuit dismissed

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)


Gov. Jindal speaks tonight at CPAC

Gov. Jindal speaks tonight at CPAC

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)


Officials meet to discuss improvements to Pecue Lane at I-10

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)


Meeting next week to discuss revitalizing old Entergy site

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)


Local law enforcement take the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

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)

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