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Lafayette Medical Center upgrades to stage 3 hospital

The Lafayette General Medical Center has moved up from a stage 2 hospital to a stage 3. A stage 3 hospital is described as a hospital within a hospital.

I-Phone 5 set to hit market

With the I-Phone 5 set to come out tomorrow people are pumped to get the latest and greatest. I-Phone recycling stores are getting higher than normal returns of older I-Phones.  

Lafayette high school student hit by bus recovering in hospital

A teenager is recovering tonight after she was accidentally hit by a school bus this afternoon Sources say the Lafayette High School student was accidentally hit as she was running toward the moving bus.

LSU bomb threat caller indicted by grand jury

A federal grand jurry has indicted William Bouvay after he admitted to calling in the bomb threat at LSU 

LSU bomb threat caller arrested

The man accused of calling in a bomb threat at LSU and forcing a massive evacuation is in jail tonight. LSU police say 42 year old William Bouvay is responsible. 

Louisiana Game Developer, Pixel Dash Studios, Releases Fans vs. Franchise Update for iOS Devices

Just in time for the start of the NFL season, Louisiana game developer, Pixel Dash Studios announced today the release of an update to its “fan favorite” Fans vs. Franchise.

Robert residents concerned after being told WWII-era bombs might be under their property

The small town of Robert, just east of Hammond, is a quiet place. But federal investigators say residents there might be living on top of an explosive situation.

Pedestrian survives after being struck by vehicle, driver fled the scene

A man is recovering in the hospital after he was hit by a car. Deputies are seeking information about the driver, who fled the scene without checking on the victim.

Locals set to duke it out as professional boxing returns to Baton Rouge

 Professional boxing is making a return to the capital city.

Elementary students learn early to eat healthy by learning to grow produce

Dozens of students at Cedarcrest Elementary School in Baton Rouge got a first-hand look at what it's like to live a healthy lifestyle.