Latest East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana Stories

2007-01-28 18:00:22

By JUDY BERGERON "Now let's play the 'Feud'!" Five members of the Allphin family of Baton Rouge will be contestants on "Family Feud" beginning Friday.

2007-01-26 18:00:47

By CHARLES LUSSIER The East Baton Rouge Parish School Board on Tuesday approved changes to attendance zones at 22 schools, redirecting more than 1,500 students in the process. The changes will take effect with the start of the 2007-08 school year in August.

2007-01-04 18:00:36

By JORDAN BLUM Most college students are still en

2006-12-16 18:00:28

Sara Green Adams; Winston Devon Asberry "Poppy"; the Rev. Harold N. Bankston; Robert David Brown; Clara Melia Butler "Peaches"; Dorothy Marie McQueen Cavin "Dot"; Chase Maurice Cieutat; Belinda Sue Parks Dickerson; the Rev. Sam Douglas Jr.; Victor Raymond Finch; John C.

2006-12-03 21:00:31

Eunice King Franklin; Amos W. Garrett; Bernice A. Bruzda Hebert; John Cooper Helm Sr.; Margie Lasyone Jarreau; Clifford Joseph Jeanpierre "Rock"; Madeline Miles Landry; Frances Goudeau Laudan; Steve M. Mabry Sr.; Frederick Eugene Metz "Fred"; Peter Wesley Morgan Sr.

2006-12-01 18:01:02

Carol Ruth Kimbrough Powell; Julie Walet Poyadou; Ben F. Ragusa; Jonathan Kevin "Tootie" Raymond; Christopher Wayne Reed; Trevante Centrell Reed; Frances W.

2006-11-28 18:00:53

William Daniel "Mr. Bill" Krewitz; the Rev. Willie N. "Billy" Kyser; Dorothy M.

2006-11-24 18:01:36

Vivian Spillers Allement; Danny K. Bailey; Fay Browning Ballard; Sammy Anthony "Bootsie" Boeta Jr.; Harry A. Boudreaux; Elise Hymel Bourgeois; William T.

2006-05-21 21:05:35

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (Reuters) - A man shot and killed four people in a Louisiana church on Sunday morning before kidnapping his three children and estranged wife and shooting her to death, police said.

2006-05-21 15:23:25

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - A man shot and killed at least four people in a Louisiana church on Sunday morning before kidnapping his three children and estranged wife, who was later found dead, media reports said.

Word of the Day
  • A pivoted catch designed to fall into a notch on a ratchet wheel so as to allow movement in only one direction (e.g. on a windlass or in a clock mechanism), or alternatively to move the wheel in one direction.
The word 'pawl' probably comes from a Latin word meaning 'stake'.