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Want to create a mobile app? LSU has a camp for that

Have you ever had a great idea for a mobile app, but have no idea how to go about building one? LSU has a camp for that.

Law to ban social media while driving gains support from lawmakers

A bill that bans accessing social media sites while driving is gaining more support at the Capitol. The House Committee on Transportation and Highways is passing on a bill that came through the senate without issues.

Louisiana has record-shattering year for tourism revenue

Record numbers have been reported for the tourism industry in Louisiana. The high numbers include money spent on hotels, food and retail.

Lingo in Louisiana stands out above all the rest

"I didn't know what southern meant until I moved to Louisiana," said Baton Rouge resident, Connie Long.

Project Runway's Anthony Ryan Auld to teach sewing class in Baton Rouge

All Brands, a leading supplier of innovative products for the home sewing enthusiast in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is pleased to announce that Anthony Ryan Auld, the winner of Project Runway All Stars 2, will be appearing in person to teach an upc

SCAM ALERT: Hang up on new utility bill phone scam

Utility companies throughout the US and Canada are warning their customers about a new con. Scammers are calling residents and impersonating utility staff, claiming to be collecting on late bills. How the Scam Works:

Local study: Vitamins may ease diabetes symptoms

Vitamin therapy is a promising avenue to improving symptoms of pain, tingling and numbness in hands and feet typical of diabetic neuropathy, a study by Tulane University researchers concluded.

Lawmakers weigh allowing online gambling

From the water to the web, lawmakers are looking at winning big and taking a gamble with legalizing online gambling. It's a relatively new concept, legalizing online gambling.

Unclaimed Powerball prize set to expire May 16

As of today, no one has stepped forward to claim a $10,000 Louisiana Lottery Powerball prize won on November 17, 2012.

Officials warn about possible donation scams for Boston victims

Many are generously donating money to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. However, officials warn that potential scammers are already trying to take advantage of the tragedy.