Tibetan monks visit Capital City for first time; prepare for Dalai Lama's birthday celebration

Tibetan monks are staying here in Baton Rouge in preparation for the Dalai Lama's birthday on Friday. This is the first time these monks have visited the Capital City.

LSU assistant men's basketball coach resigns, accepts position at Memphis

LSU men’s basketball assistant coach Robert Kirby submitted his resignation to the LSU Athletics Department late Monday. He has been named Tuesday an assistant coach at the University of Memphis.

VIDEO: Baton Rouge-native captures footage of Oklahoma tornado

A Baton Rouge-native was two miles from the direct path of destruction in Moore, Oklahoma. He captured the terrifying sight of the massive twister that killed 24 people, including nine children.

Gov. Jindal to Texas Brine: No more excuses about buyout delays

Governor Bobby Jindal issued an ultimatum to Texas Brine on Monday: buy out evacuated residents from their homes, or risk losing every permit the state issued it.

Gov. Jindal to Texas Brine: No more excuses about buyout delays

Governor Bobby Jindal issued an ultimatum to Texas Brine on Monday: buy out evacuated residents from their homes, or risk losing every permit the state issued it.

LSU first baseman Mason Katz named to SEC Baseball Community Service Team

LSU senior first baseman Mason Katz was named Monday to the 2013 SEC Baseball Community Service Team by the conference office.

Camp Minden update: All explosives now properly stored, Explo licenses revoked

After six months of continuous work by the Louisiana State Police Emergency Services Unit, and the Explo employees working under their immediate supervision, the public safety hazard has been mitigated and Louisiana State Police has revoked the

Musicians raise their instruments to support victims of Mother’s Day shooting

Musicians are raising their instruments to show support for the victims of the Mother’s Day shooting.

Fort Polk searches for untethered blimp

During a military training exercise on Sunday, May 19, 2013, a small Army Aerostat Blimp broke free from its tether on the Peason Ridge area and began drifting in a westward direction from Fort Polk at an altitude of about 2,000

Fla. community mourns loss of Louisiana boy who drowned in Pensacola

A Florida community continues to mourn today for Owen Black, an eight year-old Louisiana boy who has autism, who drowned over the weekend near Perdido Key.