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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
Towns/Cities near baton rouge, louisiana : Zachary Brusly Addis Brownfields Old Jefferson Shenandoah St Gabriel Denham Springs Gonzales

Baton Rouge News
Red light cameras staying up in East Baton Rouge in 2019; lawsuit aims to bring them down

One of three parts of a red light camera surveillence array looking at northbound traffic on College Drive, at its intersection with Perkins Road, Thursday, May 31, 2018. One of three parts of a red light camera surveillence array looking at northbound traffic on College Drive, at its intersection with Perkins Road, Thursday, May 31, 2018.

Baton Rouge man pleads guilty, gets 40 years in 8-year-old son's 2012 beating death

Advocate staff photo by HEATHER MCCLELLAND Sgt. Sonya Harden, left, deputy David Carter, and Cpl.

New Iberia man, woman accused of forcing girl to have sex for money, police say; both arrested

Authorities say Derrick Hall, 39, and Shaena Kelly, 21, forced a girl to have sex for money in Iberia and Lafayette parishes, as well as across state lines in Texas. Hall and Kelly were arrested on Dec. 14 near Baton Rouge and booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.

25-year-old man arrested in November killing of woman near City-Brooks Park

A 25-year-old man was arrested Monday in the November shooting that killed a 48-year-old woman in a home near City-Brooks Park, according to Baton Rouge Police spokesman Sgt. Don Coppola Jr. A 48-year-old woman was fatally shot early Thursday on East Washington Street, just a few blocks west of Baton Rouge's City-Brooks Community P Compiled from staff reports.

Baton Rouge caterers say holiday spending up this year

As the calendar inches ever closer to Christmas, several Baton Rouge caterers say spending on company and personal holiday parties is higher this year than in recent years. and Bruno Restaurant Group, says both work and personal holiday parties have been strong this year, with the company averaging two a day through Dec. 30. While he says customers aren't asking for anything unusual this year, he says spending was higher this year than last.

Students' grades improve after they've visited a foreign country;...

Jim Baldridge smiles as he answers a question while working with his students reviewing for their science midterm next week Thursday Dec. 13, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. Baldridge, who teaches French and science at St. Michael The Archangel Catholic High, has been taking students there every year since 1989 on trips abroad to places like Greece, Thailand, France, Brazil, China, etc.

Our Views: La. Medicaid program's ancient computers finally getting retired

From left, State Medicaid Director Jen Steele and LDH Secretary Rebekah Gee talk about the state's new high-tech enrollment system at the Medicaid enrollment headquarters Wednesday Nov. 28, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. The official kickoff of a new computer system in state government may not seem like the most dramatic story to come out of Baton Rouge, but it is an important step forward in one of the biggest programs in the budget.

Smiley: Have a Louisiana Christmas

This holiday greeting was written in Houston years ago by Jaime Bourgeois to his brother Dr. George Bourgeois, of Opelousas. It's in my book "Best of Smiley," and I like to bring it out this time of year: "Perhaps at the most quiet moment of the pastoral prayer, he piped up in a startlingly loud, reverberating voice with, 'How do you spell Jesus?' "After retelling the story and laughing about it for a couple of weeks, it occurred to me that maybe he was asking each person there, 'How do YOU spell Jesus?'" "After a month or so, he seemed to have noticed this problem and tried to change the wording in his lectures.

Ridesharing discount offered in Louisiana for holiday period today

Louisiana residents can get discounted rides home through the holidays in a partnership between the state highway safety commission and ridesharing company Lyft aimed at lessening drunken driving incidents. The News-Star reports that $5 discounts will be available in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Monroe, New Orleans and Shreveport with the code "RIDESMARTLA" in the Lyft app.

How will south Louisiana spend $1.2B flood-fighting credit? Levees, diversions, dredging?

Advocate staff photo by Richard Alan Hannon Aerial photographs of the Amite River diversion canal near Highway 22 on July 10, 2007. The Old Perkins Road bridge over Bayou Manchac is closed due to high water from severe weather and flooding in East Baton Rouge Parish area on Saturday August 13, 2016.

Son of man killed by cops in controversial shooting charged with rape of 8-year-old

Cameron Sterling, the 18-year-old son of Alton Sterling, is charged with one count of first-degree rape after allegedly sexually assaulting an 8-year-old he was babysitting. Cameron Sterling, the 18-year-old son of Alton Sterling, is charged with one count of first-degree rape after allegedly sexually assaulting an 8-year-old he was babysitting.

Louisiana Literature: 'River Road Rambler Returns' to bring more...

Twenty-two years ago, LSU Press published the first edition of "Along The River Road" by Mary Ann Sternberg. The author presented the corridor along the Mississippi River between Baton Rouge and New Orleans as a place of fascinating history and culture that spans from prehistory to today.

Our Views: Term limits more like revolving door for Louisiana's politicians

Senate President John A. Alario Jr., D-Westwego, speaks, flanked by Gov. John Bel Edwards, left, and New Orleans Saints owner Gayle Benson, right, at a press conference. The long-serving Alario is said to be the most powerful man in state government, with the possible exception of the governor.

Photos: Big hugs, creative caps as LSU graduates cross stage for fall commencement

More than 1,700 graduates received their degrees at LSU's 297th commencement exercises Friday Dec. 14, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. New graduates pose for a group photo with their sunglasses on during the College of Humanities & Social Sciences graduation as more than 1,700 graduates receive their degrees at LSU's 297th commencement exercises Friday Dec. 14, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La.

Pam's Party Line: Baton Rouge Symphony League presents 20 Les Jeunes Amies

Bal de la Symphonie -- Presented at the Baton Rouge Symphony League's Bal de la Symphonie are, from left, Grace Olivia Sceroler, Leanne Adams Livingston, Kate Aston Stanford, Gracie Joy Poe, Katherine Grace Ashy and Holly Anne Belleau. Bal de la Symphonie -- Presented at the Baton Rouge Symphony League's Bal de la Symphonie are, from left, Lillian Grace Bourgeois, Brenley Claire Rinaudo, Katherine Claire McCullen, Victoria Clare Collier, Katharine Jane Trussell and Anna Katherine Carriere.

Baton Rouge, New Orleans area Business Honors for Dec. 16, 2018

LSU law professor Elizabeth Carter was elected as an academic fellow by the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel . The selection is based on reputation, skill and contributions to the field by lecturing, writing, teaching and participating in bar leadership or legislative activities to improve and reform probate, trust and tax laws, procedures and professional responsibility.

Baton Rouge, New Orleans area People in Business for Dec. 16, 2018

Binder will serve as a liaison between administration, medical staff and nursing leadership and will be responsible for employed physician practices, the LSU OB-GYN Clinic, graduate medical education and medical staff services. Binder has been a board-certified OB-GYN at Woman's for the past 34 years and is one of the founders of Louisiana Women's Healthcare, an obstetrics and gynecology physician group.

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