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Family demands justice in cold case triple murder

Posted 7:26 AM 11/21/2014 by Chris Nakamoto

BATON ROUGE - Four years after the savage murders of three people inside a Scotlandville home, there are few clues that will lead police to a killer. The case has officially gone cold.

Matthew Holliday, Jeraldine Holliday and their special needs daughter, Kaylar Holliday, were all shot to (More)

11/20/2014

Jury to begin murder-for-hire deliberations today

Posted 9:23 AM 11/20/2014 by WBRZ Staff

PORT ALLEN - Attorneys presented their final arguments to jurors Wednesday in the trial of Monique Kitts and Karl Howard, the man Kitts is accused of hiring to kill her husband, and the jury will begin decided the pair's fate Thursday.

Prosecutors said Kitts paid Howard $100,000 to murder (More)

11/19/2014

Report: Cop asleep at Hooters, tests positive for animal steroid

Posted 8:37 AM 11/19/2014 by Ryan Naquin

DENHAM SPRINGS - A report fom an internal investigation shows a cop caught sleeping on the job had three illegal steroids in his system, including one steroid meant for animal use only.

Denham Springs Police Sergeant Russell Munsell resigned amid an investigation into his suspected drug (More)

11/18/2014

DANGER ZONE: Top 5 Most Dangerous Intersections

Posted 7:40 AM 11/18/2014 by Alexa Vogue

BATON ROUGE - Baton Rouge is notorious for traffic congestion and wrecks snarl your commute, almost daily. News Two's Alexa Vogue narrowed the five most dangerous intersections and the spots identified are where you're most likely to get into a crash.

While there is no sure way to ever (More)

11/17/2014

Tornado damage confirmed in Livingston Parish

Posted 4:39 PM 11/17/2014 by Hunter Robinson & Russell Jones

LIVINGSTON - The National Weather Service confirmed Monday that storm damage overnight in Livingston Pairsh was caused by a tornado.

A survey team confirmed damage found north of Livingston indicated an EF 1 tornado. This means winds gusted in the range of 85-110mph.

The storms were (More)

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