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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

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Baton Rouge News
Prosecutors won't pursue death penalty against Baton Rouge auto dealer in alleged murder-for-hire

Former Baton Rouge automobile dealer Hamid Ghassemi won't face the death penalty if he's convicted in the alleged murder-for-hire scheme targeting his ex-wife in 2015, a prosecutor announced Wednesday. East Baton Rouge Parish Assistant District Attorney Dana Cummings, who in January had filed a notice saying the state would seek to execute the 67-year-old reversed course Wednesday during a brief court proceeding.

Around the Southside for July 19, 2018

Come one, come all to BigWigs Under the Big Top at 7 p.m. Thursday at L'Auberge Casino and Hotel. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The fundraiser for Susan G. Komen Baton Rouge features 15 notable community members wearing pink wigs and participating in an online giving campaign through Aug. 17. There's also a cash bar, a buffet, midway games, circus performers, entertainment and an auction.

Baton Rouge student named to dean's list at University of Wisconsin-Madison

Andrew Wortmann was named to the dean's list for the spring semester at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He studies in the College of Engineering.

Six cases of West Nile virus reported in Louisiana, including two in East Baton Rouge

The state divides infections into three categories, LDH explained in a statement. West Nile neuroinvasive disease is the most serious and can lead to paralysis, brain damage and death.

Brown Eagle flies into north Baton Rouge

Brown Eagle, a Louisiana-based logistics solutions firm, is expanding to north Baton Rouge-a move expected create 14 new jobs and invest $8.5 million in improving the former The 100,000-square-foot north Baton Rouge warehouse will be the site of Brown Eagle's new bulk solids contract packaging facility, where 18-wheeler trailer loads of pellets, powders and flakes will be packaged. In a prepared statement, Brown Eagle CEO Lela Mae Wilkes says her company is proud to supply to the chemical industry, the top provider of jobs in Louisiana's manufacturing sector that supports more than $79.7 billion in annual sales for businesses in the state.

Family of Convent man sues Gonzales police, alleging beating led to his death

Chief of Police Sherman Jackson speaks after being sworn in during the City of Gonzales' inauguration ceremony, Tuesday, January 3, 2017, at City Hall in Gonzales, La. Chief of Police Sherman Jackson speaks after being sworn in during the City of Gonzales' inauguration ceremony, Tuesday, January 3, 2017, at City Hall in Gonzales, La.

Ochsner Cancer Center - Baton Rouge announces new radiation oncologist

Dr. Russo sees patients at Ochsner Cancer Center, located at 17050 Medical Center Drive. For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an Ochsner practitioner, call 225-761-5200 or schedule online .

Baton Rouge sex offender released from jail again after posting increased bond

A convicted sex offender who was accused of impersonating an officer and raping a teenage boy in Baker in April was released from jail on Tuesday after posting a $285,000 bond, which had been increased from an initial $13,000 bail. When 55-year-old Mark David Russell was arrested on April 30, 19th JDC Judge Chip Moore set his bail at $13,000.

LSU's medical marijuana partner, GB Sciences, moves to Phase 2 in Baton Rouge despite losses

GB Sciences, which operates a licensed cultivation center in Nevada, is making progress on a grow center it is developing in partnership with the LSU AgCenter, authorized by the Legislature in 2015 to develop a medical marijuana program. GB Sciences, which operates a licensed cultivation center in Nevada, is making progress on a grow center it is developing in partnership with the LSU AgCenter, authorized by the Legislature in 2015 to develop a medical marijuana program.

Baton Rouge's Donna Britt: On her prognosis, ALS battle, struggle in final days at WAFB, more

Longtime WAFB anchor Donna Britt waves as she sees her husband and son in the studio, Wednesday, June 13, 2018, as Donna Britt signs off for one last time at WAFB studios in downtown Baton Rouge, La. Longtime WAFB anchor Donna Britt waves as she sees her husband and son in the studio, Wednesday, June 13, 2018, as Donna Britt signs off for one last time at WAFB studios in downtown Baton Rouge, La.

Sheriff remembers officers killed and injured 2 years ago in Baton Rouge attack

East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff Sid Gautreaux posted a heartfelt tribute and a powerful video this morning on the two year anniversary of a shooting that left three officers dead and three injured. "Two years ago today on what we all hoped would be a peaceful Sunday morning, Deputy Brad Garafola's voice shattered the silence when he came over the radio to yell 'Shots fired! Officer down!'" Gautreaux wrote on the department's official Facebook page.

Marsh Dog resuming production after nearly year-long hiatus

Marsh Dog, the Baton Rouge company that produces all-natural dog biscuits made from nutria meat, is getting ready to resume production on a retooled line of products and hopes to be back on local stores shelves in August. It has been nearly one year since the company inked a deal with a national manufacturer and subsequently ceased production while it transitioned from making its dog treats in house to producing them in a After being in a holding pattern for the past 10 months, the company recently shipped 42,000 pounds of raw frozen nutria meat to its manufacturer, and within the next week, its redesigned packaging is scheduled to arrive at the plant.

One reportedly shot, injured on Sherwood Forest Drive, Baton Rouge EMS says

A Baton Rouge Police Dept. officer collects crime scene tape that was placed in front of a convenience store, as police wrap up at an investigation in the 2500 block of N. Sherwood Forest Drive, Tuesday, July 17, 2018.

Grace Notes: For one secretary of state candidate, making the race is a victory in itself

It's way too early to handicap this fall's special election for secretary of state, but by the time qualifying closes this week, one candidate will be able to claim a major victory just by making it to the starting line. A year ago, State Rep. Julie Stokes, R-Kenner, was all set to embark on her first statewide campaign for treasurer, but a breast cancer diagnosis right before qualifying derailed those plans.

Baton Rouge General to host 'Girl Talk' series to prepare girls for adolescence

The hospital's new "Girl Talk" class series will be held once a month, with the first one starting August 18, according to BRG. The classes are designed for girls between ages 9 to 11-years-old and will explain what they should expect during puberty.

Two St. James Parish residents die in crash Sunday night; Baton Rouge man booked

A driver and her passenger died Sunday night in a head-on collision along La. 20 in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana State Police said Monday.

Baton Rouge officer ambush, 2 years later: Gripping story of Lt. Bruce Simmons and first responders

Lauren Denicola, left, Lt. Bruce Simmons and Lacey Spencer, sit together at Bruce's home on Monday.

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