10:30 LRN Newscast July 1

Ballots were sent out this week that ask state lawmakers if they want to cancel a veto session currently scheduled for June 16th. The governor vetoed over two dozen bills from the recent regular session. House Speaker Clay Schexnayder says the deadline for returning ballots if they do not want a veto session is July 11th…
cut 9 (12) “….when they come in”

The world of college athletics is changing again as U-S-C and U-C-L-A are heading from the Pac-12 to the Big 10 and will begin playing in the Big 10 in 2024. NYU Sports Law professor Dan Lust says the SEC’s move to poach Texas and Oklahoma from the Big 12 last year certainly pushed the Big Ten to make a counter move….
ut 14 (12) “…keep pace”
Lust expects more dominoes to fall as other conferences scramble to remain viable against these two juggernauts.

Cooking out for the 4th of July will cost more this year. Brooke Thorington has more on what you can expect to pay.
ct 1 (34) “…I’m Brooke Thorington.”

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Agents are conducting Operation Dry Water this Fourth of July weekend. LDWF spokesperson Adam Einck says they will arrest boat operators who are impaired…
cut 12 (10) “….already”