7:30 LRN Newscast

Now that the abortion ban is in effect what happens to the three clinics that provided services? Brooke Thorington talks to the director of a shuttered facility in Shreveport
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Governor John Bel Edwards will announce funding this morning for statewide litter abatement projects. Earlier this year, the governor created a task force to find policy solutions for Louisiana’s litter problem. And at the Old State Capitol, Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin will unveil the 2022 “I voted” sticker.

Starting tomorrow morning at nine o’ clock, eligible Entergy customers seeking to receive a 150-dollar one-time credit can apply through their local United Way. Janet Darden, President of the United Way of Northeast Louisiana says they’re aware of the struggles some are facing in paying their utility bill…
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The $150 credit for eligible customers is on a first come first serve basis and the application process opens Wednesday at 9 AM.

A Lake Charles mother has been charged with second-degree murder after she allegedly left her six-month-old child in the car for hours, while she was at work. Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Stitch Guillory says this isn’t the first incident involving 22-year-old Ivy Lee and her children…
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Lee was booked into jail on charges of second-degree murder and marijuana possession.