Terell Wilkins, Baton Rouge Advocate

Terell Wilkins

Baton Rouge Advocate

Baton Rouge, LA, United States

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Past articles by Terell:

Edward Gay Apartments, longtime home to LSU families, international students, set to close

When she received the email that said she would have to be out of her apartment by next summer, LSU doctoral student Aswathy Anakkhatil Pradeep said she felt a mix → Read More

LSU will no longer require masks on campus, starting Monday

Masks will no longer be required to be worn indoors or outdoors on the Louisiana State University campus beginning Monday, LSU president William Tate IV wrote in a statement Thursday. → Read More

Kirby Smith Hall will be imploded in June, LSU says — for real, this time

Kirby Smith Hall, the notorious LSU dorm that looms over campus, will finally be imploded in June 2022 and will be replaced with a green space, university officials say. → Read More

As Southern seeks new leader, faculty and board meet with Dillard president Walter Kimbrough

The president of Dillard University told members of the Southern University faculty and supervisory board Tuesday that he would like to see key programs at the Baton Rouge-based school have → Read More

1 wounded in shooting by Weller Avenue, Baton Rouge police say

One person was wounded in a shooting by Weller Avenue Wednesday night, according to the Baton Rouge Police Department. → Read More

Baton Rouge man dies in crash after car veers off roadway in Gonzales, officials say

A Baton Rouge man died in a crash after his car ran off the road in Ascension Parish Wednesday morning, according to Louisiana State Police. → Read More

St. James Parish woman shoots and kills boyfriend after argument, sheriff's office says

A St. James Parish woman shot and killed her boyfriend following an argument, the sheriff's office said Monday. → Read More

'One for the ages': St. George, Cedar City record warmest August days ever

The numbers are in after a blisteringly hot summer in southern Utah as St. George and Cedar City experienced their warmest August days ever. → Read More

Football roundup: Canyon View, Snow Canyon remain perfect; Cedar rolls as Dixie falls late

Canyon View and Snow Canyon keep perfect records as Cedar wins big, Pine View wins close and Dixie loses nail-biter → Read More

Dixie falls in narrow loss to Springville

The Dixie Flyers lost their first game of the season 25-22 to the Springville Red Devils in a contest that went right down to the final play → Read More

Pioneer Day 2020: What to know and where to go in St. George

Pioneer Day celebrations will remain the same with food and fireworks, though the latter may be hazardous with fire danger threatening the area. → Read More

Wildfire caused by fireworks north of St. George grows to nearly 12,000 acres

A large brush fire broke out just north of St. George on Monday along Cottonwood Springs Rd. and has since burned thousands of acres → Read More

St. George 'Protect Dixie' rally: Name defended as preventing racism

St. George residents gathered Thursday to show support for the area's "Dixie" moniker following calls to remove the nickname from the city's culture. → Read More

1 dead after bush fire reported outside Apple Valley in Washington County

A fire began Monday night that claimed the life of a 50-year-old man and was continuing to burn west of Apple Valley on Tuesday. → Read More

St. George protests: 'Trump 2020' chants on one side, 'Black Lives Matter' on the other

Hundreds line St. George Blvd. again for a Black Lives Matter-themed protest; this time a smaller 'All Lives Matter' counter-protest group was there. → Read More

Southwest Utah sees one new death as number of COVID-19 cases continue to increase quickly

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department confirmed Tuesday that a man has passed away due to COVID-19 as cases continue to rise in Southern Utah → Read More

Fires in Toquerville, Hurricane increasingly contained but still blazing

An update on two fires that popped up in different areas of northwest Washington County due to low humidity and high temperatures on Monday afternoon. → Read More

St. George teen competing on 'American Ninja Warrior' Junior airing Friday afternoon

Kai Beckstrand, a 13-year-old from St. George, competed on American Ninja Warrior Junior episode to be shown on Universal Kids Friday at 4 p.m. → Read More

What St. George reopening amid COVID-19 and moving to 'orange' means for public health

With businesses across Utah reopening on May 1, here is what returning to normalcy might mean for the health of St. George residents in the future → Read More

Utah and Washington County is reopening in phases. Here's what the plan does.

As Utah begins loosening its most stringent coronavirus restrictions, larger gatherings will be allowed and most businesses can open, within limits. → Read More