In case you missed it: Here are the big headlines from the weekend

March 12, 2023
Get caught up on some of the big news that happened over the weekend.

Pedestrian intentionally hit, pinned between car and building

BATON ROUGE – A pedestrian was intentionally hit and rushed to a hospital after she was pinned against a wall with a car in Baton Rouge..

Sources tell Unfiltered with Kiran the 20-year-old woman was walking in the parking lot when the driver of the silver car sped up to hit the victim and pinned her leg between the car and concrete wall of the building.


Stray bullet injures woman inside apartment

BATON ROUGE — Baton Rouge Police are investigating a shooting in which a stray bullet hit an innocent woman.

It happened around 9 p.m. on Saturday, March 11 at the Greenwell Plaza Apartments. That’s on Greenwell Springs Rd. off of Airline Hwy.

Sources say the fired shots were likely meant for a neighboring apartment’s tenant in the same complex.


Ascension investigating double shooting in Darrow, one dead

Port Allen woman hit, killed while walking home

La intends to switch to permanent daylight savings time if bill passes

If Congress passes the “Sunshine Protection Act,” Daylight saving time would become permanent in Louisiana because of the state’s trigger law.

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio filed the bill earlier this month, which would make Daylight saving time the year-round standard time.

If the bill passes, it would allow Louisiana to spring forward forever because of a state law passed by Rep. Dodie Horton in 2020.


BRPD searching for person of interest in Nathan Millard investigation

BATON ROUGE — The Baton Rouge Police Dept. has released a name and picture of a man they’re wanting to question in the Nathan Millard investigation.

Millard vanished after arriving to Baton Rouge from Atlanta on Feb. 22nd for what should have been a 24-hour work trip.

Since then, his body was recovered on March 6th, wrapped up in a rug and plastic.

BRPD are now asking for the public’s assistance in finding Derrick Perkins, 45, for questioning in the Nathan Millard’s missing person case.


March Madness: Here’s a look at the Louisiana teams going dancing

BATON ROUGE – Women rule when it comes to basketball in Louisiana.

LSU, Southern and Southeastern have all earned bids to the 2023 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. ULL is the only men’s basketball team from Louisiana to make the NCAA basketball tournament.


List of 2023 Oscar winners

Get caught up on all of the winners at the 95th Academy Awards


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