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About: baton rouge, louisiana

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.

Population: 227818
Local Newspapers: The Advocate
Local Sports Teams: LSU (Tigers) Southern University (Jaguars)
Local Colleges: Louisiana State University

Zip Codes associated with baton rouge, louisiana: 70714 70739 70767 70802 70805 70806 70807 70808 70809 70810 70811 70812 70814 70815 70816 70817 70818 70819 70820
Towns/Cities near baton rouge, louisiana : Zachary Brusly Addis Brownfields Old Jefferson Shenandoah St Gabriel Denham Springs Gonzales

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Arraignments in fatal LSU hazing postponed until Friday due to library construction issues

LSU Police investigate at the Phi Delta Theta house on campus on Thursday, September 14, 2017. Maxwell Gruver died of alcohol poisoning while pledging the fraternity.

Baton Rouge woman arrested after abandoning children while fleeing...

A Baton Rouge woman was arrested Thursday after she left three children alone in her apartment while she slipped out a back window to flee bounty hunters last month, according to a Sheriff's Office arrest report. Two bounty hunters arrived at the Old Hermitage Road apartment of Alexis Alisha Allen early March 15 in an attempt to locate Allen, who was wanted on a bench warrant issued by a 19th Judicial District judge, according to an East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office report.

Bid to ban "lunch shaming" of public school students killed in Senate panel

A Senate panel Thursday rejected a bill touted as a way to ensure that public school students are not punished because their families failed to pay their lunch bill. Legislation aimed at ensuring public school students are not punished because of school lunch debts won approval Wednesday night in the Louisi The legislation passed the House on April 4 by a vote of 71-28 and is backed by Gov. John Bel Edwards.

Louisiana senators shelve bill to ban 'school lunch shaming'

An effort to prohibit Louisiana public schools from embarrassing or penalizing students because they have unpaid lunch debts won't become state law. The Advocate reports the Senate Education Committee rejected the House-backed bill Thursday, voting 4-2 against it.

East Baton Rouge DA's office to host support group for domestic violence victims

East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore III speaks during presentation of his second annual domestic violence report, concerning incidents in 2017, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 at the DA's Office. East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore III speaks during presentation of his second annual domestic violence report, concerning incidents in 2017, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018 at the DA's Office.

Baton Rouge students receive top honors in George Rodrigue Foundation contest

Lauren Diaz, of Christian Life Academy, left, and Alexandra Hinkle, right, of St. Joseph's Academy, show their winning contest entries with Jacques Rodrigue, center, during the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts' Scholarship Arts Contest luncheon in New Orleans on March 24. Lauren Diaz, of Christian Life Academy, left, and Alexandra Hinkle, right, of St. Joseph's Academy, show their winning contest entries with Jacques Rodrigue, center, during the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts' Scholarship Arts Contest luncheon in New Orleans on March 24. Two students from Baton Rouge were honored as winners of the ninth annual George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts' Scholarship Arts Contest during a luncheon in New Orleans on March 24. Senior Alexandra Hinkle, of St. Joseph's Academy, and junior Lauren Diaz, of Christian Life Academy, were the top artists in their respective categories.

Barriers up, some businesses evacuated after construction issues reported at downtown library

Baton Rouge firefighters, police and investigators are on scene, Wednesday, April 18, 2018, after reports came in of stability issues with the new library presently under construction on North Boulevard in downtown Baton Rouge, La. A Baton Rouge firefighters shines a light on a beam as they are joined by police and investigators on scene, Wednesday, April 18, 2018, after reports came in of stability issues with the new library presently under construction on North Boulevard in downtown Baton Rouge, La.

Baton Rouge woman receives one of two inaugural Trust in Reporting Scholarships

Tayler Davis, of Baton Rouge, is the recipient of one of two Thomson Reuters/White House Correspondents' Association Trust in Reporting Scholarships. The newly established one-year scholarships are awarded with the intention of increasing diversity among professional journalists reporting on politics, a news release said.

Driver arrested in double fatal crash on vehicular homicide, DWI, Baton Rouge police say

Jonathan, 29, left, and Gatveyea Williams, 30, both of 15580 George O'Neal Road, died in a crash in Baton Rouge early Sunday morning. Jonathan, 29, left, and Gatveyea Williams, 30, both of 15580 George O'Neal Road, died in a crash in Baton Rouge early Sunday morning.

Underpaid Baton Rouge police? City, BRPD ask for study of salaries, benefits, incentives

Baton Rouge Police Department Chief Murphy Paul leaves a press conference at BRPD headquarters, followed by Deputy Chief Jonny Dunnam, left, Friday, March 30, 2018, after detailing the disciplinary action decision for officers Howie Lake ll and Blane Salamoni, who were involved in the 2016 fatal shooting of Alton Sterling, 37. Lake, who helped wrestle Sterling to the ground, but did not fire his weapon, was given an unpaid suspension, and Salamoni was terminated, effective today.

BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo to host Party for the Planet on Saturday

A day of conservation, education, special zookeeper chats, animal enrichments and family fun is planned for Baton Rouge Zoo's Party for the Planet on Saturday. The event is being held in honor of Earth Day weekend, with more than 120 zoos and aquariums around North America holding similar events.

Bill to regulate Uber, Lyft clears House; key test in Senate

A second push to craft uniform rules for Uber and Lyft, and expand the ride-sharing service to rural areas, cleared the House Transportation C Barras told the House the bill would also allow Uber and Lyft services to be offered statewide, and boost their presence in rural areas. The bill would grandfather in existing fee agreements between Baton Rouge, New Orleans and other cities with Lyft and Uber.

Baton Rouge apartment market softening in aftermath of 2016 floods

While the Baton Rouge apartment market was boosted by the demand for housing in the wake of the August 2016 floods, the households disrupted by the floods have settled back into permanent housing and the temporary workers who came in to help with the rebuilding have moved on. Crig Davenport, who tracks the apartment market for Cook, Moore, Davenport & Associates, said during Wednesday's Trends in Real Estate seminar rental rates dropped by 3.8 percent in 2018, bringing the rental rates back to $1 per square foot.

Compromise on adjustments to criminal justice overhaul almost sidetracked by governor's action

Sen. Dan Claitor, R-Baton Rouge, right, lauds Sen. JP Morrell, D-New Orleans, left, for having the courage to sponsor what Claitor said would be an unpopular bill, SB243, but one that Caliator supported, before the Senate voted to passed a bill, that would let voters decide whether Louisiana should remain one of only two states in the U.S. that allow criminal juries to reach a verdict in serious felony trials on a split vote, Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at the State Capitol.

Theater Baton Rouge offers up a comedy about theater in Terrence McNally's 'It's Only a Play'

What will the newspaper say about 'It's Only a Play'? Anxiously awaiting the reviews are Theatre Baton Rouge's, from left, Kaitlyn Stockwell as Virigina Noyes, Brandon Guillory as Frank Finger, Jeffery Johnson as Peter Austin, Knick Moore as Ira Drew, Albert Nolan as James Wicker, Noah Dees as Gus P. Head and Kristy Coast as Julia Budder. That can't be good.

Murder charge dismissed against Georgia man in 2015 Baton Rouge murder case

Prosecutors dismissed second-degree murder and home invasion charges Tuesday against a Georgia man in a fatal 2015 shooting on Avenue H in Baton Rouge. Dedrick Lawless, 26, of Lithonia, Georgia, and two other men, Reginald Irvin, 25, of Baton Rouge, and Vernon Jordan, 27, of Baker, each were indicted in 2016 on second-degree murder and home invasion counts in the October 2015 slaying of Gerald Penny.

Four Baton Rouge students among 9 winners of National Merit Scholarships so far in Louisiana

Four Baton Rouge high school seniors were among nine in Louisiana named in the first group of winners in the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Of the other five winners, three are from New Orleans, one is from Mandeville and one is from Lake Charles.

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