‘I will shoot you in the face,’ woman allegedly threatens to kill ‘everyone’ at business

A woman allegedly threatened to kill “everyone” at a business, sending those inside running to find a safe place, according to reports.

Elderly man accused of sexually assaulting child

An elderly man is facing charges after allegations he sexually assaulted a young girl.Court documents state Byron Beverly, 69, of Gonzales, was booked Wednesday.

Ground beef recall: 130,000 pounds possibly contaminated with E. coli

The beef products are being recalled by Cargill Meat Solutions, which produced and packaged the items on June 21, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture news release.

FBI warns of HR scam targeting workers' pay

The FBI said cybercriminals are targeting workers across big industries and tricking them out of their pay.

Family of Carroll Breeden honors his memory one year later

Floating lanterns lit up the night sky over Pride Wednesday night. Family and friends of Carroll Breeden gathered at his grave on the one-year anniversary of his murder. It’s a milestone they described as surreal.

HAND IT ON: Saving animals during disasters

Jeannie Mintz created the non-profit group, Saving Animals During Disasters, after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. Now, she and her group is helping to rescue animals who were left stranded as a result of Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas.

Elayn Hunt inmate captured 16 minutes after escaping

An inmate at Elayn Hunt Correctional Center has been recaptured after a brief escape Wednesday.

WANTED: Man accused of stealing packages delivered to home in Garden District

Detectives with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office are searching for a man they say stole packages delivered to a home on Park Boulevard.

MISSING: Teen runs away from home in Hammond

The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office is currently asking for the public’s help finding a runaway teenager.

Rep. Graves spearheads effort to reduce drunk driving deaths

Congressman Garret Graves is fed up with drunk drivers claiming innocent lives every year.

Financial Literacy and You tour stops at Southern University

Hundreds of teens from across Louisiana are getting a glimpse of college life. It’s part of the state’s Financial Literacy and You tour.

  U.S. Sen. John Kennedy speaks with Kavanaugh, calls for due process in sexual assault hearing

U.S. Sen. John Kennedy, R-Louisiana, said Wednesday he spoke with Judge Brett Kavanaugh on the phone about allegations that Kavanaugh forced himself on Christine Blasey Ford when they were teenagers in the 1980s.

Community organizer plans to save fall commencement for Virginia College graduates

A week after Virginia College graduates found out via email their fall ceremony would be snatched and the school was set to shut down, one man is on a mission to make it right.

Teen arrested for reportedly forging checks stolen from his grandma

A 19-year-old male has been arrested for allegedly stealing checks from his grandmother, writing them out to himself, forging her signature, and cashing them.

11-year-old Southern University prodigy starts non-profit

Job hunters at Southern University’s career fair got some inspiration Wednesday in the form of an 11-year-old business owner.

Marrero man dead after early morning wreck on I-10 W

One person is dead after a crash on I-10 early Wednesday morning, according to authorities. Louisiana State Police confirmed one person died in a wreck on I-10 West near Prairieville.

2 found dead during welfare check; drug overdose suspected

An investigation is underway after two people were found dead inside a home Monday, according to investigators.

Ochsner Baton Rouge now an approved milk depot

Ochsner Medical Center Baton Rouge is now an approved milk depot for Mothers' Milk Bank of Louisiana (MMBL) at Ochsner Baptist.

Woman killed in hit and run in Livingston Parish

An investigation has been launched after a woman’s body was found along a highway early Wednesday morning.

Grand jury indicts 2 of 8 people arrested after dismembered body found in rural area

Two of the eight people arrested after a dismembered body was found in rural Louisiana have been formally charged by the courts.

APSO warns of scammers posing as deputies attempting to collect fines

Officials with the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office are warning to residents to be aware of scammers posing as deputies attempting to collect fines.

  Grand jury indicts man accused of stabbing woman to death

The man arrested in connection with a tragic domestic violence attack that left one woman dead and sent another to the hospital has been formally charged in the incident.

BRCC holds ribbon cutting for new automotive collision training center

A ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony was held Wednesday for the new BRCC Automotive Collision Training Center. Students will be able to learn how to repair and paint cars as well as learn about maintenance.

Former LSU WR Drake Davis charged with porn involving juveniles

Two counts of pornography involving juveniles have been added to the list of charges against former LSU wide receiver Drake Davis.

Man accused of raping woman, holding her against her will

A man suspected of raping and kidnapping a woman over the summer is now behind bars. According to court documents, Darrell Thomas, 41, of Baton Rouge, was arrested Tuesday.

Sony is releasing the PlayStation Classic console just in time for Christmas

The PlayStation Classic ships this December with 20 pre-loaded games, featuring Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 3, Wild Arms, and more.

Fake funeral scam leads to arrest of man, 2 teens

Police arrested a 20-year-old man and two 14-year-old boys. They had been holding signs reading "funeral donations," with photos of a boy named Johnny.

Suspended LSU wide receiver Drake Davis appears in court for status hearing

Suspended LSU wide receiver was in court Wednesday morning for a status hearing in his battery allegations case.

Bicyclist dies from injuries day after crash

A bicyclist died from his injuries the day after a crash sent him to the hospital, according to investigators. Louisiana State Police reported Herman Desire, 64, of Baton Rouge, died Tuesday at Our Lady of the Lake Hospital in Baton Rouge.

Girl missing from New Orleans East

The NOPD is seeking information to assist in locating a juvenile female reported as a runaway in the Seventh District.

SUP with the Sun

The 9News This Morning crew gets the public up with the sun daily, but if you literally want to wake up with the sun, maybe you should head over to the LSU lakes. BREC is hosting a sunrise paddleboarding event Wednesday morning.

Father surrenders after Amber Alert; child safe

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued an Amber Alert for a missing infant out of Memphis

Rate of women murdered by men in La. increases for 5th straight year

The Violence Policy Center, based out of Washington, D.C., has released its annual report on female murder victims killed by men, and the report reveals a disturbing trend for Louisiana.

New Orleans man accused of trying to sell girl for sex

A New Orleans man is accused of trying to sell a 14-year-old girl for sex. Adolph Scott was arrested and has been ordered by the court to stay away from the victim and her family.

Burger King franchisee with 30 locations in Baton Rouge looking to hire

GPS Hospitality, which owns 30 Burger King locations in the Baton Rouge area, is looking to hire 1,700 new employees.

La. contract with Ochsner, LSU seeks to take over safety net hospitals

New details were released Tuesday on Louisiana’s massive contract proposal with Ochsner and LSU to take over the safety net hospitals in Shreveport and Monroe.

Man dead after falling into soybean silo in New Roads; victim ID released

A man is dead after falling into a soy bean silo in New Roads.

Families living in blighted apartment complex make first steps towards new homes

The 9News Alert Team is getting results for families who say they were living a nightmare at an infamous apartment complex. After our investigations, those families took their first steps towards a new home.

Proposed Exxon plant expansion in BR to bring 600+ jobs

According to a new report commissioned by Louisiana Economic Development and prepared by the LSU EJ Ourso College of Business, ExxonMobil’s proposed polyolefins plant expansion is expected to bring 600 construction jobs, 45 full-time jobs, almost $4 million in annual wages, and more than $55 million

Residents in Walker concerned about potential new Dollar General

A new business planning to open in Walker has some families worried. They say the new location at the front of their neighborhood will only bring traffic nightmares.

Ascension Parish man recently arrested has history of hate crimes

Sherman Jackson, the chief of the Gonzales Police Department, is furious after a man with a criminal history was released from jail after being arrested for a hate crime last week.