2:30 LRN Newscast August 19

A viral video of a trainer hitting a dog in the head has resulted in two arrests in Rapides Parish. Chief of Staff of the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office Tommy Carnline says 52-year-old Tina Frey and her daughter, 21-year-old Victoria Brimer turned themselves in on Thursday…:

Cut 03  (10)      “…by any trainers.”

Citizen complaints led the investigation.

Yet another property insurer is ending coverage in Louisiana, meaning over ten-thousand customers will have to seek new coverage pretty quickly. Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon says Florida-based Weston is closing shop. He says customer should seek new coverage with another private company or the state-run insurer Louisiana Citizens, but whatever you do…:

CUT 08(14)      “…of those policies.”

Over 90-thousand have lost their coverage so far this year.


The state Supreme Court returns a 4-to-3 decision in favor of incumbent Shreveport Mayor Adrian Perkins, who was disqualified from running due to providing wrong address info on qualification papers. With the ruling, Perkins can continue his campaign.

At a town hall meeting, New Orleans Mayor Latoya Cantrell hinted there’s no guarantee Mardi Gras will happen in 2023. Why? The severe cop shortage…:

CUT 01(30)      “…Golsby.”