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Classified intelligence analysis of electronic and satellite data has indicated that the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 likely crashed either in the Bay of Bengal or somewhere in the Indian Ocean, an exclusive report by the CNN said.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
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Port Allen mayoral candidate arrested on animal cruelty charges
According to the probable cause report, an employee of the West Baton Rouge Parish Animal Control reported horses were being confined on a small section of land on Lafiton Lane, near the radio tower.
Louisiana sues MoveOn.org over Bobby Jindal billboard
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne has asked MoveOn to take down a billboard that parodies Louisiana's tourism slogan.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
One killed, one charged in I-10 wreck
Posted: Mar 13, 2014 6:03 PM by Russell Jones, Trey Schmaltz Updated: Mar 13, 2014 10:12 PM Source: WBRZ PORT ALLEN- A man from Mississippi will face charges once he is released from the hospital after a crash killed the passenger in his van Thursday evening.
Robbery leads to chase, crash, dog bite and 4 arrests
Investigators said four men were arrested after a robbery Thursday morning led to a chase, which eventually ended in a crash and a suspect getting bitten by a police dog.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Port Allen council approves - transparency' measures
The City Council adopted several ordinances aimed at increasing government transparency and more clearly defining policies and procedures at a meeting Wednesday.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
20 arrests made during 'Operation Mardi Gras Cleanup'
An undercover drug operation in West Baton Rouge revealed a bigger problem. Investigators discovered most of the arrests were made in the City of Port Allen.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Deputy faces criminal, administrative sanctions
PORT ALLEN -- A West Baton Rouge Parish sheriff's deputy arrested last week could face additional discipline after he shoved an Addis police officer and threatened another officer who, during a routine traffic stop, pulled over a car containing the deputy's wife, daughter and her boyfriend.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
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Project Lifesaver comes to West Baton Rouge Parish
West Baton Rouge Parish welcomed a new tool on Friday, Project Lifesaver. It includes a device that can be placed on anyone who wanders --- including autistic children, making it quicker and easier for officials to track them down.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Effort to recall Port Allen councilman fails
Councilman-at-Large R.J. Loupe got to breathe a sigh of relief Wednesday afternoon after an effort to oust the 30-year veteran councilman officially ran out of steam.
Hardeea s franchisee buys three Back Yard Burger locations
Paradigm Investment Group, the second-largest franchisee of Hardee's fast-food restaurants, has bought three local Back Yard Burger locations and plans to rebrand them over the summer.
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Closures due to icy conditions leave travelers stuck
A few folks who were stopped in West Baton Rouge Parish on their way to Houston decided to share how they were dealing with the effects of the icy weather.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
I-10 closed, icy between Baton Rouge, Lafayette; ice forming on Krotz Springs bridge
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development reports Interstate 10 is closed in both directions through the Atchafalaya Basin due to a jack-knifed 18-wheeler at Whiskey Bay.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Wednesday is last day to register to vote in April 5 election
Wednesday is the last day to register to vote, or to make changes to voting registrations, for the April 5 primary election, which features a number of races and propositions .
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Judges get special treatment at Spanish Town parade
Those were just some of the bribes offered to the judges of the Krewe of Spanish Town Mardi Gras Parade Saturday morning, in addition to the old staples of beads, jello shots and kisses, as the group meandered around the float staging area downtown before the parade rolled at noon.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Jurors hear 911 call of arson try prior to shootings
A frantic Clarissa Cobbing told a police dispatcher on Sept. 1, 2011 - nine days before she and two other women were slain inside a Progress Street home - that Courtney Williams had poured gasoline around the home and threatened to ignite it, a jury heard Wednesday.
Raw sewage takes over a yard in Port Allen
Carolyn Simmons said this is the third time in the past year she's found raw sewage at her house.
McCain-Slaughter lawsuit scheduled March 31, four days before election
A state district judge on Wednesday reset the trial date in the wrongful termination lawsuit Port Allen Chief Financial Officer Audrey McCain filed against former mayor Demetric "Deedy" Slaughter.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Mark's Madness: Fighting against ALS
Mark Manchester, the founder of the Manchester Project, stopped by 2une in Tuesday to talk about how Mark's Madness is helping in the battle against ALS and how you can help.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Former U.S. Rep. Jeff Landry announced Monday that he would run for Louisiana attorney general in fall 2015 elections.