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Family of hit and run victim plead for answers

Family of hit and run victim plead for answers

Posted 10:33 AM 9/2/2014 by Brittany Weiss

BATON ROUGE - A man is in a coma, a week after being hit by a car that never stopped.

Edwin Davis was two blocks from his home last Monday, when he was hit. He was found lying in the middle of the street, near his bike. Family members say he's in serious condition.

"The prognosis (More)


Police identify officer who shot DWI suspect

Posted 2:38 PM 9/1/2014 by Greg Renoud & Brock Sues

BATON ROUGE - Police released the name of the officer Monday who shot a suspected drunk driver after he resisted arrest early Sunday morning.

BRPD identified the officer as Matthew Jackson, a five year veteran of the Baton Rouge force. Jackson has been placed on paid administrative leave (More)


Sheriff: Slain TV personality's life was a ruse

Posted 8:31 AM 8/29/2014 by Ryan Naquin

ST. GABRIEL - The sheriff leading Scott Rogers' murder investigation said the TV personality was facing two unresolved child molestation accusations in England.

Thursday, Iberville Parish Sheriff Brett Stassi's office spoke with federal agents and interviewed several key witnesses in (More)


Attorney: murdered TV personality worried about past

Posted 9:17 AM 8/28/2014 by Trey Schmaltz, Ryan Naquin

ST. GABRIEL - Wednesday ended with the man accused of murdering a local TV personality clinging to life in a hospital room, being kept alive with a ventilator. 

Scott Rogers, host of the Around Town TV show, was found dead in his home.  Another man, Mathew Hodgkinson, is (More)


Jindal sues feds over Common Core

Posted 9:04 AM 8/27/2014 by Melinda Deslatte

BATON ROUGE - Louisiana's Republican governor has filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration, accusing it of illegally using federal grant money and regulations to force states to adopt the Common Core education standards. The U.S. Department of Education has used a $4.3 billion (More)


Charlie Roberts' attorney: Heath acting like a 'working girl'

Posted 8:07 AM 8/26/2014 by Trey Schmaltz

BATON ROUGE- The attorney for now former LSU alumni president Charlie Roberts likened a deal he is being sued for defaulting payment on to a prostitution agreement.

In court documents filed by Mary Olive Pierson, Pierson argues the agreement at the base of Kay Heath's lawsuit, is (More)

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