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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

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Baton Rouge News
What to do when Baton Rouge is swarmed with bees? Call this hotel, not animal control

A swarm of unruly bees menaced downtown Baton Rouge Thursday morning until a local hotel recommended a beekeeper, one they knew from their own rooftop beehive. Workers, like those at clothier Bates & Thigpen, peered from behind closed glass doors around lunch time waiting for the insects to disperse.

Golden Oaks members donate to children's museum after tour

Knock Knock Children's Museum Director of Development Mary Jane Gelpi, center, presents a donation to Jessica Gagliano, director of development, and Staci Duhe, right, advisory council member, following a guided tour for members of Golden Oaks of St. George Church on Monday, September 10, at the Knock Knock Children's Museum in Baton Rouge. Knock Knock Children's Museum Director of Development Mary Jane Gelpi, center, presents a donation to Jessica Gagliano, director of development, and Staci Duhe, right, advisory council member, following a guided tour for members of Golden Oaks of St. George Church on Monday, September 10, at the Knock Knock Children's Museum in Baton Rouge.

Appeal hearing for fired BRPD officer Blane Salamoni pushed back to December

The local civil service board voted Thursday to push back an appeal hearing for former Baton Rouge police officer Blane Salamoni, who was fired this year for violating department policies during the fatal police shooting of Alton Sterling in 2016. The hearing is now set for Dec. 20-21.

Woman threatened to shoot up Baton Rouge nail salon over price of manicure, police say

An Alexandria woman threatened to shoot an employee at a Bluebonnet Boulevard nail salon because she was unhappy about the price of her manicure, according to an East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office arrest report. Jessica Winslow, 23, was arrested Wednesday on terrorizing, simple assault, and entry on or remaining in places in the June 29 threat.

Our Views: ExxonMobil project in Baton Rouge 'would be a wise investment for the long term'

ExxonMobil's facility on Scenic Highway. Teachers and representatives from Together Baton Rouge have asked the East Baton Rouge Parish assessor to add several hundred million dollars worth of capital improvements to ExxonMobil's property tax assessments, alleging the oil and gas giant is being under-assessed for its 2018 bill.

Baton Rouge-area food news: Poke Loa and BRQ Denham Springs open

The poke bowls at Poke Loa mix raw fish and other main ingredients with an array of toppings and sauces. The New Orleans-based company recently opened a Baton Rouge location.

Zachary firefighters join Florence rescue deployment

Zachary is far removed from the flooding and damage left in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, but Fire Department Chief Danny Kimble said a team of his firefighters are on the ground in the Carolinas saving lives and aiding those still in harm's way. Kimble said the department contributed two trucks and two boats to the rescue efforts along with four firefighters who have been deployed to the Carolinas until the disaster area is stable.

Late summer record heat, possible cold front comes into view

On Tuesday, Baton Rouge Metro Airport reached 98 degrees tying a record high previously set in 1927. Cool down showers occurred for about 30 percent of the 13 Parish, 3 County forecast area, as expected.

Baton Rouge police: Arrested man kidnapped, raped woman in abandoned home in July

A 41-year-old Baton Rouge man was arrested Wednesday after police say he attacked a woman, pulled her into an abandoned home and repeatedly raped her, according to a Baton Rouge Police Department arrest report. Darrell Thomas is accused of the raping the woman about 1 a.m. on July 5 in the 2400 block of Osage Street, between Scenic Highway and Plank Road, according to his arrest report.

Episcopal School of Baton Rouge students earn National Merit recognition

Episcopal High School students honored are, front row from left, Jack W. Morganti, Graham D. Perkins, Ashley D. Solomon, Alyssa M. Macaluso, Clay A. Burton, Takumi Takei and Taner C. Morgan; and second row, Ethan T. Massengale, Mason L. LaFerney, Margaret E. Ewing, Trevor F. Babcock, Abigail M. Johnson, Douglas E. Robins and Grant C. Curry. Episcopal High School students honored are, front row from left, Jack W. Morganti, Graham D. Perkins, Ashley D. Solomon, Alyssa M. Macaluso, Clay A. Burton, Takumi Takei and Taner C. Morgan; and second row, Ethan T. Massengale, Mason L. LaFerney, Margaret E. Ewing, Trevor F. Babcock, Abigail M. Johnson, Douglas E. Robins and Grant C. Curry.

Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School gets college success grant

Cristo Rey Baton Rouge has received a two-year grant for college counseling and alumni advising through the College Initiatives 360 program of the Cristo Rey Network. The College Initiatives 360 program is a multi-pronged approach to improving college access, match, persistence and completion for Cristo Rey students and graduates, according to a news release.

Brac Pac endorses three incumbents, three challengers for East Baton Rouge Parish School Board

The political campaign arm of the Baton Rouge Area Chamber has endorsed candidates in six of the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board races on Nov. 6, an endorsement that comes with a contribution of $2,500 to $5,000 per campaign. FuturePAC is backing three incumbents and three challengers.

Smiley: Why we wear ties explained

By now, men are so conditioned to completing our dressing ritual by putting a length of silk around our necks that we don't even think about it. "Driving back to Baton Rouge from a business meeting in Shreveport, I ran out of gas in that empty stretch through north Louisiana.

Restore LA deadline rapidly approaching on October 1

The Office of Community Development announced that the deadline to complete the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program application is Monday, October 1, 2018. This deadline applies to roughly 4,100 homeowners who took the initial survey and have been invited to complete an application but have not yet done so.

Southern Living: Baton Rouge, New Orleans make list of the South's 'best college towns'

LSU's Tiger Stadium and its end zone signage sits illuminated late Tuesday night, February 20, 2018, on LSU's campus in Baton Rouge, La. Jaclyn Sider, Bridget Daugherty and Maddie Griffith laugh as they eat beignets during Finals Week at Tulane University in New Orleans, Thursday, May 10, 2018.

Baton Rouge city constable's DARE officers move from Cortana Mall to City Hall

Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome and Constable Reginald Brown Sr. cut the ribbon at the new city constable's office in City Hall on Thursday. The office will house the Community Services Division, which includes three DARE officers.

Fame and fortune for blood: Theatre Baton Rouge opens 'Little Shop of Horrors' on Sept. 21

Ronald Coats as Seymour holds Audrey II, the monstrous plant who continues to grow and demand blood in Theatre Baton Rouge's 'Little Shop of Horrors.' Seymour and Audrey, played by Ronald Coats and Natalie Overall, man the flower shop in Theatre Baton Rouge's 'Little Shop of Horrors.'

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