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Al Sharpton's lies help no person, improve no situation: James Varney

Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:40
Al Sharpton, who passes as a reputable journalist over at MSNBC, was on the network Tuesday night talking about "undermined credibility." On that he should be
Ferguson protests: 58 arrested during 2nd night of unrest
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:40
Authorities have raised the arrest total from the second night of protests over the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case to 58. St. Louis
Body found in Central City garbage can
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:40
New Orleans police say a body was found Wednesday in a garbage can behind a home in Central City. Someone discovered the body of a female,
School Board comes up short in wooing charters
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:37
Coleman RidleyIf the Orleans Parish School Board wants to draw academically successful charter schools back into its folds, those sought-after schools have a bit of advice: Polish your sales pitch, and explain what’s in it for us. The board of Crescent City Schools, which operates three charter schools in New Orleans, last week chided an OPSB official, saying he should have made a harder sell — and then voted to keep its schools in the…
NOPD finds woman's body in garbage can
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:37
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - An unidentified woman was found inside of a garbage can at a residence in Central City. New Orleans police made the discovery just after noon on Wednesday (Nov. 26) in the rear yard of a house in the 3300 block of Danneel Street. The woman was partially clothed, according to the NOPD. The Coroner's Office will determine the exact cause of death, but for now it remains unclassified.
Board must pay former employee
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:26
The Livingston Parish School Board will be forced to pay out on an employment discrimination lawsuit after a federal appeals court recently ruled in favor of a former employee who claimed she was passed over for a new job because of her race. The school system was found liable by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, but the cost of damages has not been determined. The plaintiff’s attorney said he sent the School Board…
Complete Streets wins approval
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:26
A group pressing for more sidewalks and bike paths to make it easier for people to move around the city of Baton Rouge has won the Metro Council’s support. The council on Tuesday adopted a Complete Streets policy recommended by the group. The policy is intended to improve the city’s quality of life by adding and widening sidewalks where possible, putting in more bike paths and more. A large group of residents have called on…
Livingston entities seeking approval of tax renewals
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:26
Voters in areas of Livingston Parish will face two tax renewals in the Dec. 6 election to determine whether to keep funding Holden firefighters and the Live Oak Sports Complex. Parks and Recreation District 2 is asking voters to continue collecting 15 mills in the district to help maintain and improve the district’s facilities, board Chairman Ken Graves said. The district primarily operates the Live Oak Sports Complex, which offers youth sports leagues but is…
BR man, 27, dies in single-car crash in Ascension Parish
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:26
SORRENTO — A 27-year-old Baton Rouge man died early Wednesday morning in a one-car crash on Interstate 10, west of La. 22 in Ascension Parish, according to Louisiana State Police. The initial investigation showed that Brandon Jamal Guillory was driving a 2001 Ford Crown Victoria eastbound on I-10, in the right lane, shortly after 5 a.m. when for unknown reasons his car crossed the left-hand lane before running off the roadway to the left into…
St. Vincent hosting Turkey Carving contest
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 13:01
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - St. Vincent de Paul is hosting its annual Turkey Carving Contest Wednesday afternoon at its dining facility. Mayor Kip Holden, District Attorney Hillar Moore and Police Chief Carl Dabadie are expected to participate. Last year, West Baton Rouge Parish President Riley 'PeeWee' Berthelot won the contest. Copyright 2014WAFB. All rights reserved.
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