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    Murdered teen honored with football jersey

    Updated: 11:01 PM 9/19/2014

    DONALDSONVILLE - A community remembered 15-year-old Brandon Augusta under the Friday night lights this week. Augusta was murdered; his body was found beaten to death behind a levee a month ago. He had been missing for a week. Law enforcement is still searching for the killer. Donaldsonville High... (More)
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  • HS Sports

    High School Football - Week 3 Scores

    Updated: 12:02 AM 9/20/2014

    High School Football Friday's Scores courtesy of The Associated Press PREP FOOTBALL Adams Christian, Miss. 46, Cenla Christian Academy 14 Airline 28, Franklin Parish 14 Amite 20, Southern Lab 16 Archbishop Shaw 56, South Lafourche 15 Ascension Catholic 23, Christian Life Academy 12 Avoyelles 40, Jonesboro-Hodge 26 Basile 42,... (More)
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    Catholic rides Guice to 3-0 record with win over Denham Springs

    Updated: 12:00 AM 9/20/2014

    DENHAM SPRINGS - Catholic High once again used its star running back to overpower an opponent, as Derrius Guice led the way to a Bears 35-13 victory over Denham Springs Friday night. Guice kicked off the scoring with a touchdown catch from Ian Briam to make the score 7-0... (More)
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    Livonia rocks Port Allen 46-22

    Updated: 11:59 PM 9/19/2014

    The WBRZ Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week went in favor of the home team early and often. The Livonia Wildcats (2-0) raced out to a 32-6 lead over the visiting Port Allen Pelicans (2-1) and added two more scores to finish the night with the 46-22 week... (More)
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    Zachary routs East Feliciana 49-8

    Updated: 11:45 PM 9/19/2014

    ZACHARY - The Zachary Broncos turned a 14-0 halftime lead into a rout, taking down East Feliciana 49-8 Friday night. The Broncos stormed out of the locker room in the third quarter, scoring on their first 2 possessions within the first 5 minutes of play. Lindsay Scott, Jr.... (More)
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    Scotlandville stings Glen Oaks 48-6

    Updated: 11:39 PM 9/19/2014

    SCOTLANDVILLE - The Scotlandville Hornets scored on their first two possessions and never let Glen Oaks into the game in a 48-6 win over the Panthers Friday night. 

    The Hornets got big contributions from Reggie Cleveland, Levi Lewis and Kaleb Harmon, the latter of whom caught 2 touchdown passes from Lewis in the first quarter. 

    The Hornets improve to 2-1 and the Panthers fall to 0-3.

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    Plaquemine scores 29 unanswered to defeat Woodlawn 35-21

    Updated: 11:31 PM 9/19/2014

    BATON ROUGE - Plaquemine trailed Woodlawn 21-6 in the 1st quarter. They didn't allow another point for the rest of the game. The Devils pulling off the comeback victory, 35-21 over the Panthers, scoring 29 unanswered points. Plaquemine running back Austin Mitchell scoring three touchdowns on the night,... (More)
  • Local News

    Person hit by vehicle outside prep football game

    Person hit by vehicle outside prep football game

    Updated: 11:09 PM 9/19/2014

    WATSON - State Police worked a crash involving a pedestrian outside of Live Oak High School Friday evening. Authorities were dispatched to the scene after reports that someone was hit by a vehicle. Emergency crews were sent to the school shortly before 8 p.m. The Live Oak High... (More)
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    Gonzales man arrested for deadly threats to public officials

    Gonzales man arrested for deadly threats to public officials

    Updated: 9:38 PM 9/19/2014

    ASCENSION - Deputies arrested a Gonzales man Friday for allegedly threatening to kill a local judge and a district attorney. Officials arrested Paul Cleveland, 71, at his home on Cornerview Road after allegedly making threats to the judge and the district attorney working his case for his previous DWI... (More)
  • National News

    White House fence jumper made it inside residence before being arrested

    White House fence jumper made it inside residence before being arrested

    Updated: 8:57 PM 9/19/2014

    WASHINGTON - Part of the White House was evacuated Friday evening after someone jumped the fence. The incident occurred after President Barack Obama and his daughters left for Camp David in Maryland, the Associated Press reported. It was the second time in just more than a week that someone... (More)
  • The Investigative Unit

    DA admits mistake after Investigative Unit report

    Updated: 7:04 PM 9/19/2014

    ST. FRANCISVILLE- District Attorney Sam D'Aquilla lifted his silence Friday over a juvenile rape case his office prosecuted. Tonight, he admits his office may have made a mistake. It all centers around court paperwork that identifies one victim as 12 years old. However, the conviction paperwork indicates she was... (More)
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    WBR judge faces sanctions over free trip

    Updated: 7:02 PM 9/19/2014

    BATON ROUGE - A judge in West Baton Rouge Parish is under fire for taking an all-expense paid trip to Texas. The judge's mode of transportation for the free trip: a private jet. The state judiciary commission says Judge Robin Free exploited his position and recommends he be suspended... (More)
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    Update: At-risk boy found safe

    Update: At-risk boy found safe

    Updated: 6:31 PM 9/19/2014

    BATON ROUGE - Police said a boy who disappeared from a Baton Rouge home this week and may be at risk has been found safe and sound. Officers said Friday evening that Quantrell Simpson, 12, ran away from a residence on Longfellow Drive on Thursday. His family has not... (More)
  • 2 Your Health

    DHH: One death and 11 new cases of West Nile virus

    DHH: One death and 11 new cases of West Nile virus

    Updated: 6:11 PM 9/19/2014

    BATON ROUGE - State health officials reports one new West Nile virus death out of 11 news cases in the state. Officials say the new cases bring this year's total to 103 cases. According to the report the death in DHH Region 3 which encompasses St. Mary, St. James,... (More)
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    State releases anti-synthetic drug music video

    Updated: 5:57 PM 9/19/2014

    BATON ROUGE - State health leaders released a music video Friday as part of ongoing efforts to curb synthetic marijuana use in Louisiana. The video, "No More MOJO" from Ivan Toldson aka Love-N-Pain, is only one part of a month-long prevention effort by Capital Area Human Services. CAHS... (More)
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    Local fire investigator received special award

    Updated: 5:57 PM 9/19/2014

    BATON ROUGE - An arson investigator from Baton Rouge took home a big prize at a state conference. Levert Kemp has been investigating arson-related fires for only four years and is the youngest investigator in the department, but he takes his job seriously. "It takes a couple of... (More)
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