FOX's ANIMATION DOMINATION celebrates Mother's Day

In celebration of Mother’s Day, the animated kids of FOX Sundays reveal below what they’re getting their moms – Donna Tubbs, Marge Simpson, Linda Belcher, Lois Griffin and Francine Smith.

Author of 'Where the Wild Things Are' dies

Maurice Sendak, author of the classic children's book "Where the Wild Things Are," has died, a spokeswoman for HarperCollins Publishers said Tuesday. He was 83.

Cars for grads

May means graduation time, and most young people hope that means new wheels. Now unless your last name is Rockefeller or Buffet, you’re probably not looking at this $68,000, 550-horsepower Caddy.

Graduates may carry debt far into careers, study shows

As Ark-La-Tex graduates get fitted for that cap and gown, they're facing many economic hurdles. One of the biggest can be student loan debt.

Man arrested for posting threatening tweets regarding Lil’ Boosie trial

BATON ROUGE, LA (NBC33) — A man has been arrested for allegedly posting a threatening comment towards the District Attorney.

Pajama bandit burglarizes Baton Rouge bank

BATON ROUGE, LA — East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Detectives are looking for an man that attempted to burglarize the Chase Bank located at 1312 O’Neal Lane at approximately 3:00 a.m. on Monday, May 7.

Boosie's attorney claims investigators didn't follow all leads

BATON ROUGE,LA — Day 2: Lil Boosie's attorneys claim investigators didn't follow all leads to try and find who killed Terry Boyd.

Chrysler recalling 119,000 cars

NEW YORK -- Chrysler Group is recalling about 119,000 model year 2011 and 2012 Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger sedans in the United States because of a problem that could cause the anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control systems to mal

Baton Rouge authorities looking for pajama bank burglar

BATON ROUGE, LA — East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Detectives are looking for an man that attempted to burglarize the Chase Bank located at 1312 O’Neal Lane at around 3:00 a.m. on Monday

42% of nation to be obese by 2030, study predicts

After years of rising obesity rates in the United States, recent statistics show the rates may have steadied. But that may not be enough, according to a new report released on Monday - it estimates about 42% of the U.S.