09:30 Newscast May 26, 2015

New graduates are hitting the workforce and Louisiana Workforce Commission Executive Director Curt Eysink says their outlook for landing a job is good. Jeff Palermo reports…

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Authorities say the body of a teenager who went missing while swimming at Grand Isle State Park has been recovered. They say 16-year-old Travon William Robertson’s body was discovered Monday afternoon. Robertson’s mother says he was pulled beneath the waves by the undertow while swimming with friends. Robertson was a freshman football player at Ponchatoula High School last year.

Because of low poll numbers, Governor Bobby Jindal could be kept out of the first Republican debate of the 2016 presidential campaign. Fox News will host the debate and is limiting participation to the top 10 candidates based on polling data. LSU Political Science Professor Robert Hogan says if the field of candidates gets smaller, Jindal may have a chance to move up in the polls…

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The debate is scheduled for August 6th.

The state Department of Transportation’s online survey to gather feedback from motorists on how I-10 through the Baton Rouge area should be improved continues through the end of the month. Spokesperson Rodney Mallett says DOTD believes there needs to be public backing and input to address this issue…

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The survey’s available at i10br-dot-com.