7:30 LRN Newscast

Governor John Bel Edwards and a delegation of business and state leaders leaves for London today on an economic development mission. The governor’s spokesperson Shauna Sanford says Edwards is traveling with representatives from Louisiana Economic Development and the Louisiana Offshore Terminal to name a few.
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That meeting with Lloyd’s of London will take place tomorrow.

Angola’s old Death Row should be ready to house juvenile offenders from the troubled Bridge City Center in Jefferson Parish soon. Marrero Senator Patrick Connick is invested in the plan, after a rash of breakouts and violent incidents at Bridge City. Connick says he’s heard there was a staffing shortage for the facility, but he says that’s not accurate…:
Cut 4 (07) “…going to work there.”
A federal judge ruled last week that the state can house juvenile inmates at Angola.

With a candlelight vigil tomorrow night at LSU and a fundraiser at Walk-Ons in Gonzales next Friday, Allie Rice’s family says they are feeling the support since her September 16th shooting death.
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Organizers of an effort to recall New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell say they’ve amassed 20-percent of the signatures needed to force a re-call election. Pro-Cantrell signs have popped up in the city, but Cantrell says she’s not funding that effort
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