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Concert for Change: LSU students hold concert to create awareness about marijuana reform

Marijuana reform is a hot topic right now all over the country and right here in Louisiana.

Powdered alcohol sparks conversations across country: locals say it's a good idea

You've heard of powdered drinks before like juice or even milk but what about alcohol?

Child advocates urge lawmakers to 'Geaux Blue for Kids'

43 pictures lined a table in the state capitol rotunda Tuesday. The ages and stories of the 43 kids who died last year in louisiana from child abuse and neglect were listed on the pictures.

Students chosen as recipients of La. Young Heroes Award

Six high school students and two middle school students have been chosen as recipients of the 2014 Louisiana Young Heroes Awards.

Vitter praises maritime industry report showing Louisiana #1

U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-La.) today praised a new study showing the maritime industry in Louisiana ranks first among all states.

More people donating their bodies to science

Here in Baton Rouge, more people are donating their bodies to science. LSU is taking learning to the next level, by using these bodies to give students a more hands-on learning experience.

Parents and students get money savvy

Parents and High School students came out to Southern University’s Business School Sunday to get a chance to learn how to get more financially savvy.

History behind once hidden cemetery; community cleans it up

Just a few months ago, an unknown graveyard was covered with fallen trees and erosion. "It's an eyesore. Let them rest in peace," said two neighbors back in December.

College students reminisce as World Wide Web turns 25

Even the plugged-in generation can feel nostalgic for the early days of the World Wide Web.

LA politicians pass bills for new license plates

Among many things on the agenda for the first full day of session were over a dozen bills for prestige license plates, all of which passed with little debate.