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US President-elect Donald Trump, seen in Trump Tower in New York on December 6, 2016, has said he will deport more than two million undocumented immigrants with criminal records after he takes office January 20

Watch Live: Donald Trump in Baton Rouge, LA

On Friday at 11 a.m. ET, President-elect Donald Trump will attend the Louisiana GOP’s Get-Out-the-Vote Rally at the Dow Chemical Hangar in Baton Rouge, LA as part of his USA Thank You Tour 2016. Video courtesy of Right Side Broadcasting Network Follow

Trump Planning Louisiana ‘Thank You’ Visit

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – President-Elect Donald Trump is reportedly planning a visit to Louisiana in continuation with his post-election tour, where he is expected to campaign with Republican Senate candidate John Kennedy.

Newborn Exposure to Drugs Triples in Louisiana

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – The number of newborn babies who have been exposed to drugs and alcohol in Louisiana has tripled since 2008, mostly due to the massive rise and popularity of heroin being trafficked into the state through the U.S. southern border.

Close of Louisiana Early Voting Shows Trump Advantage

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – As early voting concludes in deep red Louisiana, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump appears to have turned out a record number of voters, leaving an apparent advantage over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Louisiana Shatters Early Voting Record, Up 67 Percent

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – Voters in the Sportsman’s Paradise State have shattered previous early voting records in the first three days as the 2016 presidential race tightens between GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

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Alton Sterling Fam: ‘No Faith in Justice System’

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – The family of Alton Sterling, a Baton Rouge resident who was the victim of an officer-involved shooting death, are demanding a quick federal investigation into the incident, mirroring rhetoric from the Black Lives Matter movement.

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DOJ Unable to Wrap Alton Sterling Probe on BLM Timetable

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – The U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has still not set a timetable on when the police officer-involved shooting death of Alton Sterling will be concluded.

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BlackLivesMatter’s DeRay May Settle Lawsuit v. Baton Rouge Police

Attorneys handling a lawsuit filed against the city of Baton Rouge by #BlackLivesMatter protester DeRay Mckesson announced that a settlement may soon be reached between the two parties. The lawsuit challenged their arrests during a protest in the area that followed an officer-involved shooting of a black man.