10:30 Newscast, May 28th, 2015

Two measures relating to a Common Core compromise passed the state House Wednesday. One item lets the public and others review the standards, which could result in changes to Common Core curriculum that the next governor would have to approve. The other seeks to control the state’s participation in tests associated with Common Core. Lake Charles Representative Brett Geymann, a Common Core opponent, says he’s comfortable with what they came up with…:
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The legislation will next head to the Senate, which is expected to go along with the bills.

As the Click It or Ticket Campaign continues in Louisiana, State Police report yet another fatality crash in which the driver was not buckled up. In Livingston Parish, they say 29-year-old Mark Lineske of Holden ran off the road and struck a culvert. In addition to not being restrained, investigators also suspect Lineske was speeding and impaired. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Nicholls State University has signed an educational partnership with Galliano-based offshore giant Edison Chouest that will let their employees and family members earn a degree from the school. Eric Gill reports…:
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There’s a report that the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries indicate a young black bear has been spotted in woods in West Monroe. They believe he could have come down the bayou of the Ouachita River which is a little high right now. Agents are using live culvert bear traps with donuts to attract the bear and hopefully capture him to place in a more suitable habitat.