9:30 LRN Newscast February 24

The Public Service Commission is meeting and they are discussing the two winter storm events that knocked out power for tens of thousands. Entergy, Cleco, SWEPCO, and a handful of co-ops will explain to the P-S-C what happened. Commissioner Foster Campbell says the objective is accountability.
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MISO, the super-regional power authority that ordered the statewide rolling blackouts last week, will also be on hand to report to the PSC.

State lawmakers have sent 150-thousand bottles of water to Shreveport as the city remains under a boil advisory order. Louisiana House Speaker Clay Schexnayder says legislators wanted to help out…
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In Alexandria, the city-wide boil advisory has been lifted.

The number of students that are homeschooled in Louisiana increased by 4-percent in the last year. Brooke Thorington talks to a homeschool advocate about the growing trend.
Cut 2 (29) “…I’m Brooke Thorington.”

LSU says by Fall 2021 the vast majority of university operations are expected to return to normal as long as vaccinations proceed as expected. In a statement on the school’s website, LSU interim president Thomas Galligan says that means a majority of courses will be delivered face to face again.