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LSU students make dreams come true with "Rent-A-Princess" business

 You've probably rented a movie or rented car at some point...but have you ever rented a princess? One group of LSU students is making that possible.

La. Lt. Gov. Dardenne and U.S. Sen. Landrieu unveil Poverty Point World Heritage Site Plaque

Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne and U.S. Sen.

LSU gets new 30-foot Christmas tree

Christmas is still a ways away, but LSU is getting ready a little early this year. The university now added a 30-foot Christmas tree to campus. It's a little gem magnolia tree.

Forbes names 13th Gate among nation's best haunted houses

Halloween is just a little over a month a way and some of the best haunted houses in the nation are gearing up to deliver a screaming product.

Inventor creates fitness suit to help local athletes

Baton Rouge is known for a lot of things, but one that sticks out the most for a lot of people... the athletics. From LSU to Southern, it means a lot to us here.

Win free gas for a month, courtesy of Louisiana Honda Dealers

If you are feeling the penny crunch and think gas is too expensive these days, there's one automotive group that's giving away free gas.

La. Lottery scratch-off ticket sales growth one for record books

 With more than $450.5 million in revenue for fiscal year 2014, the Louisiana Lottery Corporation transferred $161.6 million to the state treasury for K-12 public education $1.4 million more than last year and second only to 1993 when the

Piccadilly brings back summer literacy program

Piccadilly Restaurants is once again encouraging children to read with the second year of their Back to Books summer reading program.

Poverty Point inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee voted to inscribe Poverty Point State Historic Site as a World Heritage Site yesterday at its annual meeting in Doha, Qatar. Poverty Point is only the 22nd World Heritage Site in the U.S.

New scorecard shows La. has work to do in serving older, disabled residents

Louisiana ranks 37th when it comes to meeting the long-term care needs of older residents, and AARP warns more must be done, at an accelerated pace, to improve across-the-board – but especially when it comes to quality of care and quality