10:30 Newscast, May 1st 2015

A legal analyst says former LSU football player La’el Collins is making the right decision in not rushing to speak to cops about a murder of a pregnant woman. Eric Gill reports…:
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The situation raised enough concern among teams that Collins was not selected in last night’s first round of the NFL Draft.

The Bossier Parish Sheriff’s office issued a release indicating they’ve fired a deputy who was arrested yesterday afternoon. Shreveport Police is handling the case of now former Deputy Larry Harrell of Haughton who is charged with solicitation of prostitution.

The Senate Education committee approves a bill that would prohibit the suspension or expulsion of a student between Kindergarten and third grade, unless the child posed a threat to the safety of the school. But Debra Schum, Executive Director of the Louisiana Association of Principals, says they can’t allow a single student to disrupt the education of others…:
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Senator Sharon Weston Broome, the bill’s author, says kids so young should not be pulled out of class and miss out on education. The legislation heads to the full Senate.

In response to the LSU higher ed cut protest rally yesterday at the Capitol, Senate finance Committee Chairman Jack Donahue says they are working towards a solution…:
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Students say they are very concerned about the future of LSU.