Keith and Elizabeth Theriot, also known as Stretch and Lee, were two of the five people gunned down in a deadly shooting on Jan. 26. Two of their closest friends and roommates give us a glimpse into their lives.
Judge Beau Higginbotham with the 19th Judicial District Court made a landmark ruling, ordering Matthew Naquin to turn over the password to his seized cell phone. Naquin is a former LSU student accused in the hazing death of fraternity pledge, Maxwell Gruver.
Tons of Livingston residents gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremony for A Door of Hope’s new women’s facility. Kristen Maddox, founder, says she started the non-profit after working with young women who needed more resources than counseling.
Livingston Parish residents reached out to WAFB’s 9News Alert Team to help them bring back recycling to their community. Muriel Laws says she has been attempting to get the parish council on board for months now.
Twenty-eight percent of East Baton Rouge Parish’s working households struggle to afford basic needs, according to The Louisiana Association of United Way’s annual Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE) report.
One of the most important turning points of WWII happened on Dec. 7 77 years ago. The attack on Pearl Harbor changed the course of America’s history. It was a moment remembered and honored by local veterans and loved ones aboard the USS Kidd Friday afternoon.