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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
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Baton Rouge News
Pam's Party Line: Baton Rougeans of all ages put in spotlight

Mayor Sharon Weston Broome presents the key to the city to Ben Kleinpeter at the Baton Rouge Epicurean Society's Grace 'Mama' Marino Lifetime Achievement Award Dinner. With them are BRES President Lisa Boudreaux-Lecoq and board member Bruce Attinger.

Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette People in Business for July 22, 2018

Bo Miller has rejoined MidSouth Bank as president of its Baton Rouge commercial market, in charge of commercial loans and operations for the bank's locations on Siegen Lane, Sherwood Forest Boulevard, Jones Creek Road and Corporate Boulevard. Miller also will serve the market as senior vice president for commercial lending.

Baton Rouge judge to rule on state's big cat ban as Grosse Tete truck stop pushes for new tiger

Advocate staff photo by Bill Feig -- Caretakers put up this candle memorial outside Tony the tiger's cage at the Tiger Truck Stop in Grosse Tete, La. Tony was euthanized Monday due to health issues.

Nominees announced for Theatre Baton Rouge's annual Beaux Arts Ball

Theatre Baton Rouge's Board of Governors will honor the theater's volunteers with this year's "Dancing Through the Decades" themed Beaux Arts Ball. The event pays tribute to all of the volunteers who have contributed their time and talents during the 2017-18 season.

Photos: It's HOT! BREC's Liberty Lagoon, Baton Rouge Zoo's 'Frozen...

With high temperatures and high humidity in the Baton Rouge area combining for uncomfortable and even dangerous weather in recent days, both man and beast took advantage of ways to chill out a little, including local snowball stands, BREC's Liberty Lagoon water park and BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo, which offered icy, favorite-food enrichment treats in the zoo's 'Frozen Safari.'

Investors eye new tank farm on western St. James Parish land, will try land use process for approval

Two years after residents successfully fought plans for a 10 million-barrel oil storage site in western St. James Parish, two companies are in the parish seeking approval for a similar project. Llogic Petroleum Terminal and All American Refinery want permission to build a tank farm on 1,700 acres of agricultural and wooded property near Vacherie.

Shuttered Pelican House in Baton Rouge files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy

The owners of the Pelican House Tap Room and Whiskey Bar, which closed in March after five years in business in Baton Rouge, have filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The bar and restaurant was owned by chef Gavin Jobe, Christopher Juge, Phillip Beard, Robert Wood and Tim Crochet.

Baton Rouge constable to retire after 18 years; Six qualify to replace him

When Reggie Brown became the Baton Rouge constable, his officers had just started wearing law enforcement uniforms, some were issued cars, though many of those cars had different markings on them and deputies weren't issued standard weapons. Now when Brown retires at the end of December, he will leave behind an office with better trained and equipped deputies, and has elevated the office's status in the eyes of the law enforcement community, Brown and his colleagues said.

Baton Rouge man accused of bludgeoning, burying elderly roommate told cops it was 'kill or be killed'

Advocate staff photo by RICHARD ALAN HANNON -- Baton Rouge Police Department Detectives Joe Dargin, left, and Carroll Landry, right, walk Douglas Studeman, 54, into an awaiting vehicle on Tuesday in Baton Rouge. Studeman was arrested in the death of his roommate, Chester Oakley, 77. Studeman allegedly buried Oakley in a nearby garden.

Man already in jail accused in 16 additional business burglary cases, Baton Rouge police say

A 33-year-old man already incarcerated at the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison was accused Friday in 16 business burglaries in May and June, Baton Rouge police said. Police spokesman Sgt.

State Police investigate West Baton Rouge deputy following claims he...

The Louisiana State Police is investigating claims that a West Baton Rouge Parish sheriff's deputy stalked and assaulted multiple women while on duty - claims disciplinary records show led to a two-week suspension of the deputy following an internal investigation. Sheriff Mike Cazes asked State Police to get involved after questions were raised about the way his office responded to claims made by at least two women against deputy Ben Arceneaux.

Council on Aging: 'Meals on Wheels' van crashes into home on...

An East Baton Rouge Parish Council On Aging 'Meals on Wheels' van on Friday morning crashed into a home on Jefferson Avenue after officials believe the driver had a sudden medical issue, according to Council on Aging Board Chair Jennifer Moisant. Moisant said the parish agency is investigating the incident and believe the driver's medical condition may have led to the crash.

'These people took the hard way': Three women are the first graduates ...

Rachel Wilson, Stacey Fiddling and Takeisha Williams stood before a judge Thursday morning in the 19th Judicial District Court in Baton Rouge. Among them, the three women had stared down drug addiction, alcohol abuse, loss of child custody, mental illness, homelessness, estrangement from family, the threat of deportation and suicide attempts.

Qualifying for the November elections continues

Incumbent Congressmen Steve Scalise, Garret Graves and Clay Higgins picked up more opponents Thursday in what was a relatively quiet day for candidates to officially sign up for the November elections. State Rep. Julie Stokes, R-Kenner, was the only candidate to qualify Thursday for Secretary of State, the only statewide race that will be on the Nov. 6 ballot.

Don't miss these events in the Baton Rouge area

Frank Scelfo addresses media and fans after being introduced as Southeastern Louisiana University's head football coach in January. The Southeastern Coaches Caravan stops at L'Auberge Casino at 6 p.m. Tuesday for a meet-and-greet, with food and drinks, as the coaches discuss their new seasons.

Judge halts life insurance suit as wife investigated in Baton Rouge man's suspicious death

A state judge Thursday placed on hold a lawsuit that aims to resolve who is entitled to $750,000 in life insurance proceeds on a Baton Rouge man whose charred body was found in the rear seat of his burned truck in New Orleans in 2016. Arthur Noflin Jr.'s wife, Meshell Hale, 50, of Slaughter, claims the money should go to her as the sole beneficiary of the Noflin's 2007 life insurance policy.

Denise Amoroso appointed to her husband's council seat amid contentious debate at Baton Rouge Metro Council

Parish attorney Lea Anne Batson, left, helps Denise Amoroso sign the oath of office after winning the vote to fill the seat left vacant at the untimely death of her husband, Buddy Amoroso, Thursday, July 19, 2018, during a special meeting of the metro council to appoint Buddy Amoroso's successor. Denise Amoroso wins the vote to fill the seat left vacant at the untimely death of her husband, Buddy Amoroso, Thursday, July 19, 2018, during a special meeting of the metro council to appoint Buddy Amoroso's successor.

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