Dreamhome BATON ROUGE, La. - Open house has begun for the St. Jude Dreamhome. The house will be open for tours every weekend from May 18-June 9. Register for free at the house to win the Open House Prize: a $5,000 Visa Gift Card, courtesy of the UPS ...
CNN - Two dollars and a dream. That's all it took for Mammie Hicks to plunk down money at a Riverside, Missouri, convenience store for a chance at Saturday's record $600 million multistate Powerball jackpot. "People are more important than money. I'd just give it away to help people," she told CNN affiliate KCTV5 of Kansas City. The jackpot, with a cash value ...
From LSU Sports BATON ROUGE – The 17th-ranked and No. 3-seeded LSU men's golf team certainly took advantage of their opportunity to host the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional this weekend as they qualified for the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships for the third time in four seasons with a third-place team finish in Saturday's final round at the University Club. The ...
hunting COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa - Four men from Louisiana men have been found guilty of poaching deer in southwest Iowa. The Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil reports that Michael Fralick, of Ponchatoula, La., was recently convicted of 32 counts of deer hunting violations in four southwest Iowa counties. Fralick was ordered to pay nearly $29,000 in fines, court costs and damages and forfeit two ...
death SHREVEPORT, La. - The Shreveport Police Department has fired the brother of a slain officer, drawing fire from the local police union. Police Chief Willie Shaw said in a statement Friday that he had fired Sgt. Matthew Prunty for violating department policies. However, the head of the Shreveport Police Officers Association tells KSLA-TV that the union will hire a lawyer to help Prunty ...
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So many films about adolescents are vapid, banal affairs, treating their subjects either as dull, cardboard cutouts with no emotions, or gross caricatures of unappealing stereotypes. Somewhere along the line a mentality developed that adolescents are unimportant, and their lives are shallow and u ... ...
Baton Rouge Gallery of Contemporary Art welcomes author Carolyn Ricapito to read from her debut novel
BATON ROUGE, La - On Sunday, May 19, BREC's Baton Rouge Gallery of Contemporary Art ("BRG"), 1515 Dalrymple Drive, welcomes author Carolyn Ricapito to its popular Sundays@4 series for a reading from her debut novel, "Woman from Turnback County," a story loosely based on her great-grandmother. All Sundays@4 presentations are free and open to the public at the gallery, ...
East Baton Rouge Parish, La - BREC is the premier summer camp operator in East Baton Rouge Parish, offering 41 high quality recreation and specialty camps. Since registration began last month, spots are filling up quickly and BREC is urging parents to sign up their children now and not wait until the last minute. "We know that BREC summer camps continue to be a family tradition in East ...
GONZALES, LA (WAFB) - A Gonzales couple was arrested Friday on a long list of drug-related charges.Kenneth "Killer" Wagner, 23, and Povial Ward, 22, were taken into custody after a search warrant was executed at their home on S. Sammy St.Deputies say the couple's two small children were present during the search, but were released to proper authorities.Investigators say they ...
summons BATON ROUGE- Reaction is mixed after the city's top cop released a statement concerning the attack on a family in the northern part of town. Police Chief Carl Dabadie said there were serious errors in judgment after a husband, wife, and their daughter were beaten at a gas station on Mother's Day. "It's something I feel sorry about. I hate to see," said Joe ...
marketing DONALDSONVILLE, La. - The new logo for the city of Donaldsonville features images that represent its past and hopes for its future. The Advocate reports the logo was developed under the auspices of the nonprofit Louisiana Development Ready Cities as part of a wider marketing effort for the Ascension Parish city. It features the city's founding year of 1806 and images of the ...
They said it
He is the most evil, vile, demonic criminal. He is dead to me. There will be no visits, there will be no phone calls. He can never be Daddy again. I have no sympathy for the man.
Gregg was speaking about her father Ariel Castro who allegedly kidnapped, raped and held captive for a decade, three young women in Cleveland, Ohio.
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Gunmen fired shots during an informal Mother's Day afternoon parade in New Orleans in Louisiana state injuring 19 people, two of them children, according to police.
The wounded in Sunday afternoon's shooting in the largest city and metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana, governed by Indian-American Bobby Jindal, included 10 men and seven women as well as a boy and a girl, both 10.
Local Nola.com citing police said both the 10-year-old victims had graze wounds to the body and were in good condition. A man and a woman were reported to be in surgery Sunday evening.
Immediately after the shooting on Frenchmen Street police reported seeing three suspects running from the scene.
Police Superintendent Ronal Serpas said the three gunmen likely worked together, and at least two different weapons were used. One of the suspects is described as a man between 18 and 22 years old with short hair and wearing a white shirt and blue jeans, Serpas said.
Many of the victims were grazed, some by bullets that ricocheted. "At this point, there are no fatalities, and most of the wounds are not life-threatening," Nola.com cited spokesperson Remi Braden as saying in an email.
"But all medical conditions are not known at this time as victims were rushed to nearby hospitals," Braden said. ...
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