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Recent articles by Breanne:

Family donates toys in honor of son during Christmas

One family is giving a little bit of Christmas back to their community in honor of the son they lost. → Read More

New proposal could lead to increased price for garbage pickup in EBR

Republic Services is also offering homeowners an additional garbage can for $7 a month per can. → Read More

New 2016 flood interactive map released by Amite River Basin Commission

The Amite River Basin Commission is asking the public for input about the 2016 flood to learn more about flooding in the capital region. → Read More

LSU Tiger Band receives Grammy nomination with Louisiana artist Sean Ardoin

Ardoin said he is even trying to see if he and the Golden Band from Tigerland will be able to play at the Grammy’s come February of 2023. → Read More

L.I.V.E. Program sees progress, expanding in future

Baton Rouge’s anti-crime group through education starts to see progress in one neighborhood. → Read More

Toy donations needed for holidays

It’s the season of giving, and Toys for Tots is starting to collect toy donations for the holiday season. → Read More

Ascension Parish community remembers loved one after killed in a shooting

Gonzales Police investigate a deadly shooting leaving a 17-year-old dead after a high school football game. → Read More

DOTD listens to parish leader’s and public’s concerns on new infrastructure

DOTD’s Road Show promises new construction across the Capital Region, but citizens are still concerned about another project. → Read More

A new mayor for Central

Voters decided on a new mayor for the City of Central, after beating out David Barrow who was elected in 2018 → Read More

Louisiana law enforcement honored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving

The officers received applause and awards for their efforts to keep drunk drivers off the roads. → Read More

Halloween can create confusion for people with Alzheimer’s, experts say

Celebrating tricks and treats this Halloween is always fun, but for people living with Alzheimer’s, the holiday can sometimes trigger fear or confusion. → Read More

New Grieving and Mental Health facility coming to Baton Rouge

Hospice Baton Rouge plans to open a new facility to provide support for those dealing with mental health issues and grieving for loved ones. → Read More

October Angola Rodeo is back in full swing, bringing the community together

The sights and sounds of an Angola Rodeo can sometimes bring a family together. → Read More

Pointe Coupee early childhood education sees improvements in Pre-K level classrooms

At False River Academy, a private school in New Roads, Ms. Tiffany’s pre-k class is celebrating the 50th day of school. → Read More

BRAC launches BR Works to fill job openings in Capital Region

Finding the right job that matches one’s needs can be life-changing but scrolling on endless job sites can be time consuming and frustrating. → Read More

Port Allen students learn to code to make interactive games for 1st graders

Port Allen Middle School 7th grader Christian McMillian is testing out his ABC games on 1st graders. → Read More

West Baton Rouge tax renewal meetings start

West Baton Rouge school leaders are trying again to renew their property tax after voters turned it down originally. → Read More

Teacher shortage impacting Louisiana calls for new recruitment efforts

A teacher shortage stills looms in Louisiana. → Read More

One addict’s journey now helps others overcome addiction

September is national recovery month, and one man says addiction can be beaten. → Read More

Family speaks out about daughter who was shot, killed at train crossing

Allison Rice’s family members are speaking out, asking the public to call if they know anything that can help investigators solve Allie’s murder. → Read More