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Located along the Mississippi River, it owes its historical importance to its site upon Istrouma Bluff, which protects the city's residents from flooding and other natural disasters. It is the capital and second-largest city of Louisiana, and is a major industrial and petrochemical center of the American South. The Port of Baton Rouge is the ninth largest in the U.S. in terms of tonnage shipped.
Local Newspapers: The Advocate
Local Sports Teams: LSU (Tigers) Southern University (Jaguars)
Local Colleges: Louisiana State University
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Pam's Party Line: Celebrating a the revival of downtown Baton Rouge
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Plan Baton Rouge are, from left, AndrA©s Duany, Cordell Haymon, Boo Thomas, Mark Drennen and Davis Rhorer. Plan BR -- At the 20th anniversary celebration of Plan Baton Rouge are, from left, Jennifer Eplett Reilly, the Rev.Photos & Video: Baton Rouge residents wake up bright, early to watch...
Baton Rouge's Kathryn Segrest hosted one of the many parties held bright and early Saturday morning, May 19, 2018, her guests arriving just after 6 a.m. to watch the broadcast of the royal wedding of Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle. Pajamas and slippers were attire for many, and a few British accents were tied out as they watched the elaborate proceedings, which were held in Windsor's St. George's Chapel.Baton Rouge Gallery features works of four artists in May exhibitions
The works of artists Leslie Friedman, Kelli Scott Kelley, David Scott Smith and Michaelene Walsh are on exhibit through May 31 at the Baton Rouge Gallery, 1515 Dalrymple Drive. Admission is free.Former Baton Rouge resident one of teachers killed in Sante Fe school shooting in Texas
This photo provided by Eric Sanders shows Texas shooting victim Cynthia Tisdale, top right, with her husband Recicie Tisdale, center and niece Olinde, left. Cynthia Tisdale, a substitute teacher who relatives say had a "lust for life" is among the first confirmed victims of Friday's mass shooting at a Texas high school.Our Views: New approaches, but also funding
Senator Regina Barrow speaks during a March for Our Lives rally at the Louisiana State Capitol, Saturday, March 24, 2018, in downtown Baton Rouge, La. Senator Regina Barrow speaks during a March for Our Lives rally at the Louisiana State Capitol, Saturday, March 24, 2018, in downtown Baton Rouge, La.Faith Matters: Meals, ministry in the neighborhood
Volunteering at Mount Carmel Baptist Church feeding program are, from left, Shirley Eli, Joyce Lloyd, Sandra Lafleur, Polite Stewart, Linda Coleman, Joyce Patin, Jewel Sewell, Rose Mary Jones, Vera Ellois and Sally Mustiful. Volunteering at Mount Carmel Baptist Church feeding program are, from left, Shirley Eli, Joyce Lloyd, Sandra Lafleur, Polite Stewart, Linda Coleman, Joyce Patin, Jewel Sewell, Rose Mary Jones, Vera Ellois and Sally Mustiful.Council on Aging makes offer on old funeral home to house new offices
Council on Aging executive director Tasha Clark-Amar stands for the pledge during a meeting of the metro council, Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at City Hall in Baton Rouge, La. Council on Aging executive director Tasha Clark-Amar stands for the pledge during a meeting of the metro council, Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at City Hall in Baton Rouge, La.Baton Rouge man convicted unanimously in 2007 double murder
This is a mug of David "Bam" Williams. It goes with the story below running tomorrow.Teen arrested in shooting near Istrouma High that injured pregnant woman; Schools increase security
Baton Rouge Police, the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office and EMS are on scene of a reported shooting near Istrouma High School, Thursday, May 17, 2018, on Winbourne Avenue in Baton Rouge, La. A woman watches as Baton Rouge Police, the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office and EMS are on scene of a reported shooting near Istrouma High School, Thursday, May 17, 2018, on Winbourne Avenue in Baton Rouge, La.Baton Rouge police chief permanently hires three deputy chiefs, changes command staff
Baton Rouge Police Chief Murphy Paul permanently hired his three provisional picks for deputy chiefs and announced a series of changes to the department's top brass on Friday. Paul revealed in January during his swearing-in speech that he would expand the single deputy chief position to three spots and immediately hired former interim chief Jonny Dunnam, chief finalist Robert McGarner and former BRAVE team leader Herbert "Tweety" Anny.Teen arrested in shooting that injured pregnant woman
The Advocate reports Nortrell Poole was arrested on charges including attempted second-degree murder and attempted second-degree feticide. The newspaper quotes Baton Rouge Police spokesman Sgt.Supporters of Special Olympics carry Flame of Hope through Baton Rouge
The Flame of Hope has been zig-zagging across Louisiana to raise awareness and money for more than 15,000 athletes.Gov. Edwards expected to sign bill restoring voting rights to thousands of Louisiana felons
Rep. Pat Smith, D-Baton Rouge, speaks with Voters Organized to Educate director Checo Yancy, center,who spent 20 years of a life sentence in Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola before his sentence was commuted by Gov. Edwin W. Edwards, and John Burkhart, left, Criminal Justice Reform Field Director for the Southern Poverty Law Center in New Orleans, in the back of the House Chamber before expected debate and action on her HB265, which would restore the right to register to vote to most felons on probation or parole five years ater they leave prison, Thursday, May 17, 2018 at the State Capitol.Budget protects vulnerable, trims TOPS
Budget protects vulnerable, trims TOPS 'Now it becomes real,' House Appropriations Chairman Cameron Henry, R-Metairie Check out this story on thetowntalk.com: https://www.thenewsstar.com/story/news/2018/05/17/budget-protects-vulnerable-but-tops-among-casualties/618298002/ Gov. John Bel Edwards has called for a Special Session beginning May 22 to address the state's budget crisis. BATON ROUGE - Louisiana's House chose to keep the Senate's priorities of nursing home patients, hospitals and health care intact Wednesday, sending a budget to Gov. John Bel Edwards that he has already called unacceptable.Nationally recognized founder of Cajun Navy 2016, accused of contractor fraud, maintains innocence
Jon Bridgers, founder of Cajun Navy 2016 and an invited guest at the president's State of the Union address in January, was arrested Wednesday on a contractor fraud accusation. The 47-year-old Bridgers, of Walker, had agreed to repair a home in East Baton Rouge Parish in October of 2016 for $47,000, but never finished the work, according to the arrest report.Need weekend plans? Seven things to do in Baton Rouge May 18-20
If you're looking for something to do this weekend in Baton Rouge, we've got you covered! View the photos below for some ideas. Indie pop band Neon Mountain provides the soundtrack to the 1920 silent film "Phantom of the Opera" as part of Baton Rouge Gallery 's concert series, Music & Movies on the Lawn.Expansion plans: Lawmakers back marijuana for more ailments
More people in Louisiana could soon be eligible for medical marijuana to treat their ailments, if Gov. John Bel Edwards agrees to bills that have received the backing of state lawmakers. Baton Rouge Rep. Ted James' proposal adds glaucoma, severe muscle spasms, intractable pain, post-traumatic stress disorder and Parkinson's disease to the list of diseases and disorders eligible for medicinal-grade pot, which is expected to be available by late summer.
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