Woman Dies Of Flesh-Eating Infection After Eating Raw OystersA woman's crabbing trip in Louisiana turned tragic after she died from a flesh-eating bacterial infection health officials say came from eating raw oysters.
MUST SEE: Teen's Celebration After Being Accepted To HarvardThe teen's acceptance celebration has become an instant hit online, with over 240,000 views on YouTube since it was posted on Dec. 13.
VIDEO: Stray Rescue Saves 50-Plus Dogs From Deadly Conditions in LouisianaRandy Grim, founder of Stray Rescue of St. Louis, only planned to save 40 dog, but says he wanted to come back with as many as he possibly could.
Stray Rescue Headed to Louisiana to Rescue 40 Dogs Set to be EuthanizedStray Rescue Founder Randy Grim says some of the dogs are injured, sick and pregnant, and he plans to help heal them in St. Louis.
Louisiana Flood Victims in Need of DonationsTo donate to the Louisiana flood relief, call 1-800-984-8979 or click here to donate online. No donation is too small.
St. Louis Broadcasters Team Up with Red Cross for LouisianaEvery day through Sunday, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Red Cross volunteers will be answering phones and taking donations.
St. Louisans Providing Flood Assistance in LouisianaAmerican Red Cross deployed a dozen volunteers from eastern Missouri so far
Illinois Sends Help, Supplies to Flooded Louisiana CommunitiesIllinois' Department of Central Management Services Federal Surplus program answered the call for help.
'Sheer Brutality': Police Detail Baton Rouge Shooting SceneOfficials provided the first detailed accounts of the shooting scene Monday, using a map to describe the chaotic shootout with Long.
Slain Baton Rouge Officer Wrote Emotional Facebook PostMontrell Jackson wrote: ``I swear to God I love this city but I wonder if this city loves me.''
Baton Rouge Police Killer: Former Marine From MissouriGavin Eugene Long, whose last known address was in Kansas City, Missouri, carried out the attack Sunday on his 29th birthday.
Baton Rouge Police Shooting Draws Ferguson-Like ProtestsThe protest lasted into the night, with people chanting "black lives matter'' and "hands up don't shoot."

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