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    THE INVESTIGATIVE UNIT: Politicians told to pay fines

    Updated: 8:08 AM 10/31/2014

    BATON ROUGE - Politicians are being warned and getting disqualified from running for office since they owe outstanding fines for ethics violations. In the next few weeks, the Louisiana Attorney General will mail payment demand letters to 20 politicians in an effort to collect debts. Four politicians are... (More)
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    Don't forget to set your clocks back

    Don't forget to set your clocks back

    Updated: 10:58 AM 10/31/2014

    WASHINGTON - Most people in the United States are getting an extra hour of sleep this weekend, thanks to the annual shift back to standard time. Officially, the change comes at 2 a.m. Sunday, but most people usually set their clocks back before heading to bed Saturday night. Residents of... (More)
  • State News

    Ruling delayed until Monday in charter school suit

    Ruling delayed until Monday in charter school suit

    Updated: 10:33 AM 10/31/2014

    BATON ROUGE - A state district judge has postponed until Monday a decision on whether he intends to shut down the flow of money to 33 charter schools authorized by the state education board. The Louisiana Association of Educators filed a lawsuit challenging the $60 million in spending through Louisiana's... (More)
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    2 men, 29 and 47, plead guilty in red snapper sale

    2 men, 29 and 47, plead guilty in red snapper sale

    Updated: 10:29 AM 10/31/2014

    BATON ROUGE - The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says two Bridge City men have been ordered to pay more than $3,000 for illegal red snapper sales in Jefferson Parish. Spokesman Adam Einck says wildlife agents bought a total of 655 pounds of red snapper from 29-year-old Yoan Hernandez... (More)
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    Sen. Landrieu's remarks on race anger Republicans

    Sen. Landrieu's remarks on race anger Republicans

    Updated: 10:21 AM 10/31/2014

    NEW ORLEANS - Republicans are calling on Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu to apologize after she suggested that President Obama's deep unpopularity in the South is partly tied to race. In an interview with NBC News on Thursday, Landrieu was quoted as saying that the South "has not always been the... (More)
  • Local News

    The Pledge of Allegiance: St. Luke's Episcopal Day School

    Updated: 9:22 AM 10/31/2014

    BATON ROUGE - Today's Pledge of Allegiance comes from the 4th grade at St. Luke's Episcopal Day School.

    Be sure to watch The Daily Pledge every weekday on 2une In at 5:58 a.m. to see if your child's school is featured.

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  • Sports

    Outdoors Report: Duck Season Preps

    Updated: 8:24 AM 10/31/2014

    BATON ROUGE - November arrives tomorrow, which means duck season returns in a couple of weeks. In this week's Outdoors Report, John Jackson gives you a birds eye view of how to get your limit.

    Watch the video for more information.

  • State News

    Seatbelt check leads to pot bust

    Seatbelt check leads to pot bust

    Updated: 8:15 AM 10/31/2014

    THIBODAUX - Authorities in Lafourche Parish say a search of a car stopped at a seatbelt checkpoint resulted in the discovery of more than $2,000 worth of marijuana. Lafourche Sheriff Craig Webre says that the seatbelt checks were conducted Wednesday on Louisiana Highway 316. He says that when officers stopped... (More)
  • National News

    Train collides with SUV, kills three

    Updated: 8:15 AM 10/31/2014

    VANDALIA, IL - Officials say three members of a family were killed when their SUV was struck by a freight train at a crossing in southern Illinois. Fayette County coroner Bruce Bowen says a woman, a boy and a girl, all related, died in the Thursday evening collision in Vandalia,... (More)
  • Local News

    La 1st lady, businessman giving 8500 books to kids

    La 1st lady, businessman giving 8500 books to kids

    Updated: 8:15 AM 10/31/2014

    BATON ROUGE - Louisiana's first lady and a Baton Rouge businessman are giving a picture book to kindergarten students all around the state. A news release says the Supriya Jindal Foundation for Louisiana's Children and Todd Graves - owner of Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers - are donating 8,500 copies of... (More)
  • Local News

    Woman seeing yellow after restriping incident

    Updated: 8:09 AM 10/31/2014

    ST. FRANCISVILLE - A woman says a state vehicle restriping the highway painted her car yellow and she's getting the run-around to fix it. Around 11:30 a.m. Monday, Danielle Landry was driving along Highway 10 in St. Francisville when a Department of Transportation and Development truck was heading toward... (More)
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  • Saints

    Saints take lead in NFC South with 28-10 win over Panthers

    Saints take lead in NFC South with 28-10 win over Panthers

    Updated: 8:08 AM 10/31/2014

    Are the road woes over for the Saints? At least for now they are, as the Black and Gold picking up their first road win with a 28-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers. The win snaps a 7 game regular season road losing streak. New Orleans at (4-4),... (More)
  • State News

    Weekends with Whitney: Sugar and Spirits

    Updated: 7:33 AM 10/31/2014

    THIBODAUX - South Louisiana is in the middle of its sugar cane harvest. So far, the weather has been ideal for cutting cane and getting it to the refinery. In this Weekends with Whitney preview, News Two's Whitney Vann explains how some of that sugar is becoming a new... (More)
  • Events

    Get spooky at the Baton Rouge Halloween Parade

    Updated: 7:14 AM 10/31/2014

    BATON ROUGE - Halloween may be today, but the haunting continues tomorrow at the Baton Rouge Halloween Parade. King Todd McCoy and Amy Seller from the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank joined John Pastorek on 2une In this morning with all the details. The parade rolls Saturday at 2:00... (More)
  • Weather

    Trick-or-Treat cast

    Trick-or-Treat cast

    Updated: 6:50 AM 10/31/2014

    Halloween will be a chilling day for the region-quite literally. After a cool and sunny start, northerly winds will kick up to 10-15mph during the afternoon hours beginning a 12 hour period in which temperatures will fall almost 30°! Trick-or-treaters should dress a bit warmer with thermometers falling through... (More)
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    Pat Shingleton: "A Corny Halloween Prank"

    Pat Shingleton: "A Corny Halloween Prank"

    Updated: 4:00 AM 10/31/2014

    More than 50 years ago, cold, rain or snow never cancelled our Halloween. As noted in previous columns, gardens in the neighborhood found lingering corn stalks with an ear or two. The gravel-like kernels were twisted from the cob and separated into paper bags. When the shucking ended a prank... (More)
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