Let’s say someone is riding around Ascension Parish in a car that’s stolen or was part of a crime. With this new, high-tech camera roaming parish roads, chances are the bad guys won’t get too far. Every time a license plate recognition patrol vehicle passes a car, the license plate reader system din
There’s a spirit that’s been lingering around the Landry household since the day after Christmas. It’s Ziggy’s spirit. The teen died December 26, 2018 after fighting an aggressive form of leukemia. But this isn’t a story about a young boy whose legacy started after he passed away.
Heat can turn dangerous, even deadly, very fast. Livingston Parish Public Schools even sent bottled water home with their kids on the bus. The heat has had first responders busy over the last few days, and they have some important tips for residents.
Staff at a shelter in Denham Springs are hoping community members will help foster animals as the facility is forced to reduce the amount of space available to house the animals while renovations continue.
Kids should automatically buckle up when they get in the car, but it’s the parents’ job to make sure their seat belt is fastened correctly. What’s also important, and shouldn’t be overlooked, is making sure kids are sitting in the right seat.
A Baton Rouge family says it took two calls to the Baton Rouge Police Department to help while bullets flew through their home. Now, that family has filed a lawsuit, demanding answers. They simply want to know what took them so long.
Every few months, crews from the Dixon Correctional Institute in Jackson, La. spend days at a time cleaning up graveyards throughout East Baton Rouge Parish, but the job they tackled Monday, July 22 was special; it’s been the center of grief for a family for years.
When you lay your family to rest in a cemetery, it’s for safekeeping. Family members can rest assured knowing there will always be a place their ancestors can be visited. In East Baton Rouge Parish, there’s one cemetery that’s been lost in the shuffle.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about a fifth of drowning victims are children younger than 14. Parents in Baton Rouge, sitting poolside, don’t want their kids to be a statistic.