Robb Hays, WAFB

Robb Hays

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  • WAFB
  • WSFA 12 News
  • KSLA News 12
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • KPLC
  • WIS News 10
  • KTRE News
  • KXXV News Channel 25
  • FOX Carolina News
  • WALB News 10

Past articles by Robb:

Ben Hur hit-and-run driver did not know for hours he was responsible, attorney says

The attorney for Andrew Brister, the Louisiana Tech student who hit and killed a man on Ben Hur Road last Saturday, said his client did not realize he was the person responsible until the following morning. → Read More

Marathon Petroleum fire injures two

An early morning fire at the Marathon Refinery in Garyville injured two workers, a company spokesman said. → Read More

Aspiring BR model involved in VA crash that killed 2

An aspiring model from Baton Rouge is currently paralyzed from the waist down and hospitalized in Virginia after a crash that killed two of her friends on her 23rd birthday. → Read More

No vote change in 19th JDC judge’s race after hand recount

A hand recount was done Thursday, May 5, in the race for judge in the 19th Judicial District Court. The hand recount confirmed those results. → Read More

Judge rules on request to delay Dennis Perkins trial

A Livingston Parish judge Tuesday granted a motion to delay the upcoming trial for Dennis Perkins. → Read More

Fisherman rescues man who fell off I-10 into Whiskey Bay, troopers say

A fisherman rescued the man who fell off Interstate 10 and into Whiskey Bay following a traffic accident Friday morning. → Read More

Ascension Parish deputies investigating Prairieville shooting

A man was shot multiple times in Prairieville Tuesday evening, according to the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office (APSO). → Read More

Two retired judges appointed to 19th JDC after judge’s death

The Louisiana Supreme Court has appointed two retired judges to fill the seat of a district court judge who died. District Court Judge Christopher Dassau was found dead inside his home on January 16. → Read More

3 students withdraw from University Lab due to mask mandate

The boy’s father, Kyle Robichaux, says he withdrew both of his sons from the school because of the mask policy. → Read More

BR fourth-grader suspended for refusing to wear mask

A nine-year-old has been suspended from University Lab, a school located on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge, after refusing to wear a mask inside his fourth grade classroom. → Read More

BR fourth-grader suspended for refusing to wear mask

A nine-year-old has been suspended from University Lab, a school located on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge, after refusing to wear a mask inside his fourth grade classroom. → Read More

Sen. Cassidy’s property taxes triple after opponent questions assessment

The property taxes for U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy have more than tripled after a reassessment of his massive home near the LSU campus in Baton Rouge. → Read More

Ascension Parish councilman, client charged after fight

Deputies have charged Ascension Parish Councilman Corey Orgeron and one of his law clients with simple battery after the two got into a physical altercation last week, law enforcement records show. → Read More

Peeping Tom, Michael L. Jackson, denied new trial

Michael Lee Jackson will not be getting a new trial after a ruling by a Baton Rouge judge Friday, Oct. 1. → Read More

Nevaeh Allen case: Bond changes for mother, step-father

Both suspects in the death of Nevaeh Allen will remain in jail for now, after a judge Friday afternoon ordered both must stay locked up until new bond hearings can be held on Monday, Oct. 4. → Read More

LSU releases COVID-19 entry numbers

Students who fail to comply with LSU's COVID entry rules face being kicked off campus by the end of the day on Sept. 10, university spokesman Ernie Ballard said. → Read More

LSU releases COVID-19 entry numbers

Students who fail to comply with LSU's COVID entry rules face being kicked off campus by the end of the day on Sept. 10, university spokesman Ernie Ballard said. → Read More

AT&T confirms ‘significant outages’ to cell service in Baton Rouge, New Orleans areas due to Hurricane Ida

AT&T cellular customers have experienced problems making calls Monday morning throughout parts of south Louisiana. AT&T says its network is experiencing significant outages. → Read More

Livingston Parish to implement curfew, opens shelter

Livingston Parish President Layton Ricks says he will implement a curfew across that parish late Sunday because of Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Vehicle goes airborne, lands on top of truck in Livingston Parish

A man was airlifted to a hospital in serious condition Friday morning after his truck went airborne and knocked out a utility pole before landing on top of another vehicle. → Read More