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Iowa Hawkeyes loss wins ham for Iowa, La. food banks

The Iowa Hawkeyes’ loss in the 2014 Outback Bowl against the Louisiana State University Tigers is a win for the hungry in Iowa and Louisiana, thanks to a friendly wager between Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and Louisiana Gov.

Forest Hill student named "Star Reader" in national Scholastic Reading Club Sweepstakes

Forest Hill, La., student, Hannah Daigrepont, a first grader at Our Lady of Prompt Succor School, has been selected from more than 14,000 entries as a Scholastic Reading Club Star Reader.

Cold weather affects mosquitoes; tips to keep insects at bay

Livingston Parish Mosquito Abatement gives us an inside look in the life of these six legged creatures.

Keeping cows cozy in the cold

These cows provide a lot of the milk we drink here in Louisiana. So it's important the farmers make sure their girls don't get too cold this week.

Safety Tips: Running in cold weather

In order to get from start to finish, you've got to put in some work. And with below freezing temperatures, take precaution when running in cold weather.

Legalize Louisiana stirs marijuana discussion

"Weed, marijuana, cannabis, hemp, plant," said supporters. Whichever name you use, marijuana is now legal in the state of Colorado.

Social media helps fans get behind the scenes look at Mike VI

LSU's Mike VI needs your help. LSU and Mike are hoping to get to 30,000 likes on Mike VI's Facebook page before the Outback Bowl.

Gyms and fitness stores prepare for the New Year rush

With the New Year just days away, also comes those inevitable resolutions. Of course the most popular to lose weight, but where do you start?

LA scores 5/10 for ability to counter infectious diseases

According to a report released by the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), Louisiana is only about halfway to being fully prepared for an infectious disease outbreak.

Trading guns for gas and a cause

Dozens of people lined up to trade their guns in for gas money in Baton Rouge. It's all part of an initiative to keep your kids safe by getting unsecured and illegal guns off the streets and out of the hands of children.