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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.

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

Baton Rouge News
The Latest: Protesters clash in front of Trump retreat

In this June 27, 2017 photo, Ronald Smith gets on his bicycle after stopping at the Triple S Food Mart, where Alton Sterling was shot by police one year ago, in Baton Rouge, La. A year later, visitors routinely stop by the store to photograph the mural of Sterling's smiling face on its aluminum siding.

Three Louisiana women touched by the Alton Sterling killing and...

Trenisha Jackson, widow of Baton Rouge police Cpl. Montrell Jackson, holds their child Mason Jackson, as she arrives to view his casket at the Living Faith Christian Center in Baton Rouge, La., on July 25, 2016.

Smiley: We all marched with Buckskin

The death of Buckskin Bill Black reminds us that he was far more than just the host of a kids' TV show - he was an educator who genuinely loved teaching children. Folks of a certain age in this part of the world will always cherish their memories of this gentle man.

Families affected by violence to have MLK Day conversation

Loved ones of a black man fatally shot by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and two officers - one black and one white - ambushed and killed in that city days later will take part in a Martin Luther King Jr. Day discussion. Omar Jahwar, CEO of the nonprofit Urban Specialists, hopes Monday's event in Dallas sends "a signal of unity out."

Ask The Advocate: Questions on litter concerns and drainage study

Litter along highways and roads is a constant BRAC's Quality of Place initiative has been tackling areas like this in the Essen-Perkins area as seen in August 2016. Fred Raiford, director of Transportation and Drainage for the city-parish, answers questions from residents during a Sept.

Three more Baton Rouge Magnet High students earn perfect scores on...

Orianne Luo, Ziying He, Anusha Zaman are the three latest students at Baton Rouge Magnet High School students to earn perfect scores of 36 on the ACT college placement exam. They are among seven in the previous year at the high school to score so high.

Baton Rouge pair reign over New Orleans' Isis ball

The Krewe of Isis held its 46th anniversary bal masque Saturday, Jan. 13, in the Mardi Gras Ballroom of the New Orleans Marriott Hotel. With "Saturday in The Park" as the theme, the women of the Krewe celebrated the unique aspects that make City Park iconic, including the Butterfly Gardens, New Orleans Museum of Art, City Park Train, carousel, paddle boats, Celebration in the Oaks, Lady Bug Ride, bird watching, football at Tad Gormley Stadium and concerts in the park.

Baton Rouge Gallery celebrates the surreal at 10th salon

You have entered a Wonderland, just as intriguing and exciting - and maybe a little bit disturbing - as the one where the Mad Hatter roamed. The surprising, distorted, transformative visions of 62 artists from five countries and 19 states is realized in paintings and sculptures and ceramic pieces.

Braving frigid air, volunteers mobilize to spruce up Baton Rouge for MLK 'festival of service'

In the foreground, Bryson Boutte, of Lafayette, and Antoine 'GHOST' Mitchel, of Baton Rouge, prepare two murals during a weekend long service project on Scenic Highway in Baton Rouge on Saturday, Jan. 13. ORG XMIT: 00058912A Andy Osborn, Jessy Hutchinson, Lauren Trahan and Elizabeth Borne dig a hole to plant a bald cyprus in an empty lot during a weekend long service project on Scenic Highway in Baton Rouge on Saturday, Jan. 13. ORG XMIT: 00058912A Baton Rouge Green employee Chris Cooper demonstrates how to plant a bald cyprus tree during a weekend long service project on Scenic Highway in Baton Rouge on Saturday, Jan. 13. ORG XMIT: 00058912A Lachanda Harris and Florence Tamari, of the National Association of Black Social Workers, dig a hole to plant a bald cyprus during a weekend long service project on Scenic Highway in Baton Rouge on Saturday, Jan. 13. ORG XMIT: 00058912A Dylan ... (more)

Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area People in Business for Jan. 14, 2018

Graffeo has served as clerk of court for West Baton Rouge Parish for 17 years. He has had a 26-year banking career holding various positions, including senior vice president and chief financial officer.

LSU police arrest man in Jan. 10 armed robbery near Kirby Smith Hall

LSU Police are asking for the public's help to identify three suspects alleged to have robbed a student near Kirby Smith Hall early Wednesday morning. LSU Police are asking for the public's help to identify three suspects alleged to have robbed a student near Kirby Smith Hall early Wednesday morning.

Youngsters see Baton Rouge Symphony performances free through 'Musical Gateways Passport'

The symphony's "Musical Gateways Passport" program, underwritten by Investar Bank, provides free admission for a student and one accompanying adult, along with free parking at the River Center. It is good for one season and allows admission to three of the Baton Rouge Symphony's Masterworks series and three concerts by the Louisiana Youth Orchestra.

Baton Rouge area religion bulletins for week of Jan. 13

Daughters of Naomi: 10 a.m., Camphor Memorial, 8742 Scenic Highway. First lady Kathleen Conrad, wife of Pastor Clifton C. Conrad, will speak on "Exploring Your Spiritual Gifts to God's Glory."

Frustration grows 18 months into police shooting probes

In this July 5, 2016 file photo, the Triple S Food Store, the scene of a police shooting is shown in Baton Rouge, La. A deadly confrontation between two white Louisiana police officers and a black man lasted less than 90 seconds.

Frustration grows 18 months into police shooting probes

In this July 5, 2016 file photo, the Triple S Food Store, the scene of a police shooting is shown in Baton Rouge, La. A deadly confrontation between two white Louisiana police officers and a black man lasted less than 90 seconds.

Frustration grows 18 months into police shooting probes

A deadly confrontation between two white Louisiana police officers and a black man lasted less than 90 seconds. The criminal investigation of Alton Sterling's fatal shooting by one of the officers has lasted more than 1 A1 2 years - and there's no clear end in sight.

Hard freeze watch for Baton Rouge area over weekend; possible frozen precipitation next week

Frank Quinn, right, sits huddled with a green blanket wrapped around his shoulders, sitting next to Lamotte James, left, who stays covered up, as the two men, who said they are homeless, wait as the overnight freezing temperatures in the mid twenties edge up to near 32 degrees, Saturday morning, Jan. 7, 2017. Quinn had a sleeping bag, but James had only the blanket, he said, and the men had several disposable, air-activated hand warmer packets to share, as they shared the porch of a vacant building off Florida Blvd. 'When it's that cold, all you can do is sleep,' Quinn said.

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