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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

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Judge rejects motion to throw out bribery charge against Ascension Parish President Kenny Matassa

A state district judge upheld an attempted election bribery indictment against Ascension Parish President Kenny Matassa, rejecting an attempt to throw out the charge over questions about his accuser's election candidacy but allowing the parish leader to raise the issue again at trial. Matassa's attorney has claimed that former Gonzales City Council candidate A. Wayne Lawson was never a qualified candidate for the November 2016 race and so couldn't be a bribed "candidate" as the bribery law envisions and prosecutors allege.

Principal writes personal note to every student at his Baton Rouge...

LaMont Cole, center seated, principal of the charter school, CSAL, is surrounded by students, from left standing, Serenity Dunn, Ronald Harris, Kearria Anderson, Tyshera Walls, Saniyah Chatman, Kalah Dottery and Jayla Hill, who show the hand written personal encouragement notes Wednesday April 25, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. LaMont Cole, principal of the charter school, CSAL, hand wrote notes on the desks on Sunday to all 279 students at his middle school giving them personal encouragement to do well on the LEAP tests they are taking.

Baton Rouge, Ascension Girl Scout volunteers receive council-level recognition

Girl Scouts volunteer Jackie Daniels, left, receives her Years of Service Pin from Girl Scouts Louisiana East CEO Jackie Alexander. Volunteers from Baton Rouge and Prairieville were among the honorees at Girl Scouts Louisiana East's annual council meeting on April 7. Jackie Daniels, of Baton Rouge, received the Years of Service Pin for her 50 years of volunteer service.

LPB and Rotary Club of Baton Rouge honor 2018 Louisiana Young Heroes

The 2018 Louisiana Young Heroes Awards recipients gather for a photo on April 16. From left are Garett Byrne, Kari Stephens, Garrinecia Singleton, Rotary Club of Baton Rouge Young Heroes Committee Chairwoman Monique Scott-Spaulding, Amanda Rougee', LPB President Beth Courtney, Jarrius Robertson, Savannah Green, Sethan Hollier and Megan Gremillion. The 2018 Louisiana Young Heroes Awards recipients are, front from left, Kari Stephens, Jarrius Robertson, Amanda Rougee and Garett Byrne; and back, Sethan Hollier, Megan Gremillion, Garrinecia Singleton and Savannah Green.

Four artists from Runnels High School selected for Baton Rouge Gallery show

Runnels artists whose work was chosen for the Real-Life Experience Juried High School Exhibition at Baton Rouge Gallery are, from left, Audrey Guess, Seth Miller, Alexis Rogers and Cana Brumfield. Runnels artists whose work was chosen for the Real-Life Experience Juried High School Exhibition at Baton Rouge Gallery are, from left, Audrey Guess, Seth Miller, Alexis Rogers and Cana Brumfield.

JR Ball: Baton Rouge embraces #MeOnly movement

I thought about this while reading Metro Councilman Matt Watson's comments in our cover story on the rising popularity of neighborhood crime prevention districts . Told the city-parish could raise close to $19 million to fund police raises if every parish property owner paid the average annual crime district fee of $100, Watson-who last year floated a dedicated property tax idea to raise $14 million for raises-essentially said: It ain't gonna happen.

Proposal to move riverboat casino to Tangipahoa Parish stymied again in Baton Rouge

A push to move a Bossier City riverboat casino to rural Tangipahoa Parish remained barely alive after a state House committee Wednesday took no action on the measure in the face of strong opposition. State Rep. Steve Pugh, R-Ponchatoula, asked the House Criminal Justice Committee to not take a vote rather than have the committee kill the measure, House Bill 438 .

Bill to put unanimous jury verdict vote on ballot clears House panel without opposition, draws cheers

Sen. J.P. Morrell, D-New Orleans, center, jabs his finger onto the testimony table for emphasis during debate on his SB243 by the House Criminal Justice Committee at the State Capitol, Wednesday, April 25, 2018. At left is Rep. Edmond Jordan, D-Baton Rouge, and at right is Alexandria attorney Ed Tarpley, left, former District Attorney for Grant parish, who had earlier testified in favor of the bill.

One injured after overnight fire at storage facility on Coursey Boulevard, officials say

Around 1:15 a.m. Wednesday, the St. George and Baton Rouge fire departments responded to the blaze at Safeguard Self Storage, 10811 Coursey Boulevard. Firefighters found smoke coming from the second floor of the two-story building, the St. George Fire Department said in a news release.

No attempt to put Boy Scouts over Girl Scouts, Edwards official says

No attempt to put Boy Scouts over Girl Scouts, Edwards official says Governor says he will support an amendment to include funding for the Girl Scouts' Camp Whispering Pines. Check out this story on When U.S. Sen. Huey Long was shot on a first floor hallway in the Louisiana Capitol that he built, bullets were flying from everywhere.

With Baton Rouge Zoo remaining in Baker, city considers effort to donate animal to the zoo

Baker Mayor Darnell Waites sits near a Greater Baton Rouge Zoo side entrance on March 5, 2018. Waites said he felt moving the zoo would have been economically devastating to his community.

Man who tried to get Trump's tax information awaits sentence

In this Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, file photo, Jordan Hamlett leaves federal court following his guilty plea in Baton Rouge, La. A federal judge is scheduled to sentence Hamlett on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, as the private investigator faces a possible prison sentence for misusing Donald Trump's Social Security number in repeated attempts to access the president's federal tax information before his 2016 election.

Baker High School Symphonic Band joins the ranks of those who played Carnegie Hall

William Earvin, Baker High School's director of bands, stands beside the Carnegie Hall schedule of performances, which includes the the school's Symphony of Soul Symphonic Band. Members of the Baker High School Symphonic Band, known as the Symphony of Soul, show off their plaque from Carnegie Hall in their temporary home, the band room at Baker Middle School.

Baton Rouge officer testifies he trusted word of driver involved in crash shortly after traffic stop

Adam Lea and several of his fellow officers left the scene. And about 15 minutes later, Palmer, who had a suspended license at the time he was originally pulled over, ran another stop sign and collided with an 18-wheeler.

Therapy art on display at Baton Rouge General Cafe

The "Show Me Louisiana" exhibit consists of 68 pieces by Louisiana artists some who work with BRG's Arts in Medicine program, and some who are former and current patients. The exhibit will be on display through September.

Outgoing Baton Rouge airport interim director announces new job in private sector

Ralph Hennessy, Interim Airport Director, talks about the disaster multiplex facility, which will serve as a regional emergency response staging area Monday Jan. 9, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. ItOs been in the works since Hurricane Katrina, when there was a need for a large-scale site to receive big military planes full of supplies.

Boys stop basketball game to kneel for passing funeral procession

Lynn Bickham Bienvenu posted on her Facebook page saying her family was touched during a funeral procession by the show of respect they saw from some basketball players in Louisiana. Lynn Bickham Bienvenu posted on her Facebook page saying her family was touched during a funeral procession by the show of respect they saw from some basketball players in Louisiana.

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