BATON ROUGE - Since officially opening in September, the Family and Youth Service Center deals with more than just kids skipping school.
Formerly called the East Baton Rouge Parish Truancy Center, FYSC welcomes parents and provides a link with law enforcement.
Dozens of parents attend classes and meet... more »
NEW ROADS - Wildlife and Fisheries agents spent Memorial Day enforcing boating laws.
During routine boat checks, agents asked boaters to see sufficient life jackets, a fire extinguisher and the boat's registration.
Last year, LDWF arrested more than 100 people for driving boats while intoxicated. more »
BATON ROUGE - Less than a month in and The Department of Transportation and Development says Boh Brothers construction in making significant progress on completing the Interstate 10 widening project.
Boh Brothers took over the expansion between the 10/12 split and Siegen Lane after the state fired Austin Bridge... more »
BATON ROUGE - Texas-based Austin Bridge and Road has filed suit against the Department of Transportation and Development claiming "the state is responsible for endless project delays."
The state fired Austin Bridge and Road last November claiming "the company continued to fall short on its contractually required completion schedule,"... more »
NAPOLEONVILLE - The parents of a two-year-old boy are behind bars, accused of operating a meth lab while their son was home.
The Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office arrested Garrett Wendt and Tammy Hohnesee. They were booked on charges of possession of crystal meth and operating a clandestine laboratory.
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INDEPENDENCE - After six months with little to no answers, friends and family members of 20-year-old Jamin Robinson are fearful the case could go cold.
Robinson was killed last July less than 200 yards from his home on Kemp Street, when investigators believe he was hit by a slow... more »