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  • YOUR TURN: Baby 'Olivia'

    YOUR TURN: Baby 'Olivia'

    Friday, December 30 2016 11:11 AM EST2016-12-30 16:11:22 GMT
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    This week’s Your Turn segment goes to Beth Ann Adams, who reacted on our Facebook page to the story about Baby "Olivia," the newborn infant who was abandoned by her mother last week.

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    This week’s Your Turn segment goes to Beth Ann Adams, who reacted on our Facebook page to the story about Baby "Olivia," the newborn infant who was abandoned by her mother last week.

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  • OUR TURN: New Year's Resolution

    OUR TURN: New Year's Resolution

    Tuesday, December 27 2016 11:30 AM EST2016-12-27 16:30:49 GMT

    For 2017, let’s resolve to be more positive about this place where we live, work and play. This past year has been an incredibly challenging one for our community on many different levels.

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    For 2017, let’s resolve to be more positive about this place where we live, work and play. This past year has been an incredibly challenging one for our community on many different levels.

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  • YOUR TURN: FEMA Trailer Problems

    YOUR TURN: FEMA Trailer Problems

    Friday, December 23 2016 11:35 AM EST2016-12-23 16:35:15 GMT
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    This week’s Your Turn segment goes to Brittany Reid, who reacted to another story on our Facebook page about the struggles people are having with FEMA to get mobile homes to live in.

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    This week’s Your Turn segment goes to Brittany Reid, who reacted to another story on our Facebook page about the struggles people are having with FEMA to get mobile homes to live in.

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  • OUR TURN: Mayor Kip Holden's lasting legacy

    OUR TURN: Mayor Kip Holden's lasting legacy

    As the year concludes, so does the final term of Kip Holden as East Baton Rouge Mayor-President. 

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    As the year concludes, so does the final term of Kip Holden as East Baton Rouge Mayor-President. 

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  • YOUR TURN: Deputy Nick Tullier's recovery

    YOUR TURN: Deputy Nick Tullier's recovery

    Friday, December 16 2016 12:39 PM EST2016-12-16 17:39:23 GMT
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    This week’s Your Turns goes to Brian Stock. Stock went to our Facebook page to comment on the coverage of the medical progress of Deputy Nick Tullier. Tullier is the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's deputy who was critical wounded in July in an attack on law enforcement.

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    This week’s Your Turns goes to Brian Stock. Stock went to our Facebook page to comment on the coverage of the medical progress of Deputy Nick Tullier. Tullier is the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's deputy who was critical wounded in July in an attack on law enforcement.

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  • OUR TURN: Rep. Graves on FEMA trailer issues

    OUR TURN: Rep. Graves on FEMA trailer issues

    “Idiotic .” That’s the word U.S. Representative Garret Graves used to describe FEMA’s process for helping our area’s flood victims. 

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    “Idiotic .” That’s the word U.S. Representative Garret Graves used to describe FEMA’s process for helping our area’s flood victims. 

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  • YOUR TURN: FEMA

    YOUR TURN: FEMA

    Friday, December 9 2016 1:28 PM EST2016-12-09 18:28:48 GMT
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    Ramsey is one of many people who reacted on our Facebook page to a recent  WAFB investigators story about FEMA’s performance in helping people left homeless by the flood.

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    Ramsey is one of many people who reacted on our Facebook page to a recent  WAFB investigators story about FEMA’s performance in helping people left homeless by the flood.

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  • OUR TURN: Teen hero

    OUR TURN: Teen hero

    Daniel Wesley is the 17-year-old Central High School student who selflessly put himself at risk to come to the aid of a woman who was the victim of a brutal domestic violence attack. 

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    Daniel Wesley is the 17-year-old Central High School student who selflessly put himself at risk to come to the aid of a woman who was the victim of a brutal domestic violence attack. 

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