09:30 LRN Newscast May 20th

Hammond Police continue their investigation into a shooting Thursday night following Hammond High School’s graduation on SLU’s campus. 4 people sustained non-life threatening injuries. Tangipahoa Parish Schools Superintendent Melissa Stilley says it’s a shame a happy occasion such as graduation ended on such a sad note…:
CUT 19 (07) “who will always have this memory”
A person of interest is in custody but charges are not yet filed as the investigation continues.

As the abortion debate returns to the headlines, reaction continues to come in from both sides. Kathaleen Pittman is the Director of Hope Medical Group for Women, an abortion clinic in Shreveport. She responds to arguments which factor in religion when it comes to pregnancy termination…:
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Under a law signed by former Governor Kathleen Blanco, abortion would be illegal in Louisiana if Roe v Wade is overturned.

A record number of graduates will be leaving LSU and entering the workforce this weekend, but what awaits them when they do? David Grubb has the story…:
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SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey issued a statement on Thursday publicly reprimanding Alabama coach Nick Saban and Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher after comments made by both. Saban accused Texas A&M of “buying every player” in its 2022 recruiting class and Fisher retaliated saying it’s despicable that a reputable head coach can come out and say such things.