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Results for Hotly Contested Races Could Come Late Tonight

It’s Election Day, and it could be late before some hotly contested races are decided. Polls opened at 6 o’clock Read More →

LSUA Students Talk About Importance of Voting

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Young people don’t always turn out for elections. So, we asked some LSUA students about the importance of these elections Read More →

Edwards Faces Democrats, Republicans, Libertarian in 6th District

In the sixth congressional district in the Baton Rouge area, democratic candidate and former Governor Edwin Edwards cast his vote Read More →

New CCC Museum to Open Next Year

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A new CCC Museum is set to open late next year. As Bennett Roland Junior reports, it will be on Read More →

Election Day Tomorrow

Last-minute voters are gearing up for Election Day. Registrars are reminding voters to bring their picture ID tomorrow. Results can Read More →

Senator Landrieu Makes Last Stop in Cenla Before Election

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Senator Mary Landrieu made her last stop in Central Louisiana before elections tomorrow.   Senator Landrieu hosted a Geaux Vote rally Read More →

New Red River Bridge Named Curtis-Coleman Bridge

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The new bridge over the Red River is now named the Curtis-Coleman Bridge. Officials say construction is expected to last Read More →

Former RPSO Major Dies at 83

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Former Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Major Hardin Lewis has died at the age of 83. Services will be held Wednesday morning Read More →

Fire Destroys Brick Home in Tennyson Oaks

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An overnight fire destroys a two story brick home in Tennyson Oaks. The alarm system alerted the fire department around Read More →

Many Take Advantage of Drive-Thru Flu Shots

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Many people took advantage of their own Halloween treat tonight with inexpensive or free flu shots. Public health unit nurses Read More →