Companion Animal Alliance opened a new shelter in Baton Rouge, which is good news for homeless pets of the parish and for the people who care for them. Dog, cats and other creatures now have a comfortable temporary home until they are adopted by families.
On Wednesday, East Baton Rouge Sheriff Sid Gautreaux, along with Governor John Bel Edwards and other leaders, honored officials who played key roles in locating and arresting Oscar Lozada for the 2011 murder of his wife, Sylviane Finck, as well as for the safe return of her now 12-year-old daughter.
A Geismar family is hoping their experience can change the narrative surrounding Down Syndrome and other developmental limitations to create more accepting attitudes and inclusive activities for all people.
Many parents hope their children will follow in their footsteps. On Friday, October 26, Tiah Larvadain, 23, made history by graduating as a Louisiana State Police trooper by following in her mother’s footsteps.
Courageous and strong are just a couple words used to describe Gloria Sulkowski. She’s survived breast cancer not just once but twice. Her husband, who is fighting a battle of his own, doesn't know what she's faced.
While Halloween may be a spooky holiday filled with candy, costumes, family fun, and mild scares for many kids, it can be a literal nightmare for children with autism spectrum disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, childhood anxiety disorders or other sensory differences.
Employees of the Barn Hill Preserve in Ethel, LA along with Richard the Kangaroo and Lilly the Sloth stopped by the WAFB studios Tuesday afternoon to promote the upcoming charity event, “Brews For Roos.”
Photographer Stacy Welch-Christ, of Mary Evelyn Photography in Oklahoma, says Clemma and Sterling Elmore have continued to love one another all the way to the alter years after uniting and starting a family.