Baton Rouge

A Baton Rouge judge is no longer allowed to patronize Sammy's Grill after calling the woman the n-word.

Baton Rouge celebrates the election of its first Black female mayor. Sharon Weston Broome faces the daunting task of healing the city's racial wounds.

The Army Corps issued a letter demanding that the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe vacate the land so that they can move forward with building the controversial oil pipeline.

Rose believes that the rape accusations caused indelible harm to his image.

Baton Rouge is about to get some much needed help from four powerful women.

Philanthropist and recording artist Terrance Bell brings peace and harmony to broken communities;Introduces timely new song, Breathe, as a source of healing TBR – During the month of October, recording artist and philanthropist, Terrance Bell will embark on the “God My Hero” (GMH) 10-city initiative in the wake of the disastrous floods in Baton Rouge, […]

Retired Lieutenant General Russel L. Honoré discusses the aftermath of the historic Louisiana floods.

The Red Cross is calling the flooding, the worst U.S. disaster since Hurricane Sandy in 2012, with damage costing at least $30 million.

If you have already participated in protests, or are seriously considering it in the future, there are numerous laws you should become acquainted with to protect your rights, your safety, and the safety of others.

Cleveland’s police union asked Ohio Gov. John Kasich to temporarily ban open-carry gun laws in the state, while the Republican National Convention is taking place this week.

On Monday, Roland Martin, host of NewsOne Now spoke with Quinyetta McMillon, the mother of Sterling's 15-year-old son and their family attorney, Chris Stewart, about the murder of the Baton Rouge native and how the family plans to move forward.

On Monday's edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed the violent acts committed by Johnson and Long and what is causing these men to commit such heinous acts against police officers.