11:30 Newscast, May 28th, 2015

The National Weather Service predicts that the Red River could reach its highest level in 25 years. As of Wednesday, the river stood at 29.2 feet. NWS predicts it will crest at 33 feet, the highest since a 34.5 foot crest in 1990. Meteorologist Mario Valverde says the Red River is not at flood stage, but that’s going to change soon…:
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Valverde says the Red River is expected to crest in the Shreveport area sometime around June 5th. He says the river should crest in the Alexandria area a couple of days later.

Louisiana has its first female head football coach in history and she’ll be coaching a high school deaf squad. Susan Gremillion will be taking over the team at the Louisiana School for the Deaf. She says being the first woman head football coach sounds nice but she wants to be the first woman to coach a deaf national championship team…:
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The War Eagles are an eight-man football team.

A political pundit says Governor Bobby Jindal violated the state constitution for his attack on Presidential candidate, Senator Rand Paul. Jeff Palermo has more…:
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LSU announced today its game against Auburn in Tiger Stadium will be televised on CBS. The matchup, which is the SEC opener for the Tigers, is September 19. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. The contest will also be LSU’s annual Gold Game.