A Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge commission tasked with studying the effects of racism on society released a prayer for racial harmony and a statement addressing unresolved racial tension across the U.S.
A mom explains how her daughter has been the healthiest of her three children, so she knew something was wrong when her daughter ran a fever over 100 degrees for eight straight days. Now she's seeking answers.
New Orleans Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson appeared alongside Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards in a public service announcement reminding residents to wear a mask while out in public to slow the spread of COVID-19, the illness blamed for a global pandemic that has killed thousands.
It’s important to keep laws and safety in mind as you celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks. Different parishes and cities have different regulations, so double check your area's laws to be sure it's legal to use fireworks.
Business leaders in East Baton Rouge Parish got to ask questions about the new mask mandate imposed by Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome during a webinar hosted by the Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC).
Thousands of Black activists from across the U.S. will hold a virtual convention at the end of the summer to produce a new political agenda that builds on the protests that followed George Floyd’s death.
East Baton Rouge Parish School Board member, Connie Bernard, was indeed online shopping for nearly an hour during a recent school board meeting that discussed the renaming of Lee High School, a review by the 9News Investigators reveals.
Leaders for Baton Rouge’s parks and recreation system, BREC, will send East Baton Rouge Parish School Board president Mike Gaudet a formal request to remove board member Connie Bernard as the school system’s appointed BREC liaison.
Rev. Tony Spell, for the second time, failed to convince judges to side with him rather than Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards. But, among the various pages judges dedicated to dismantling Spell’s logic, was a message cautioning Gov. Edwards.
This week is Dog Bite Awareness Week, and the United States Postal Service (USPS) is partnering with the Baton Rouge Capital Area Animal Welfare Society (CAAWS) to help bring safety tips to prevent dog attacks.
Louisianans who may have missed the memo that Louisiana Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) food assistance cards are arriving in plain white envelopes with an Austin, Texas, return address should take the following steps to get help if they’ve tossed their card out.