2:30 LRN Newscast Nov 29

A massive search for two missing Southeast Louisiana girls and their dog ended in good news last night. St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Randy Davis says the girls – ages 4 and 7 – got lost with their dog around 5 pm yesterday while playing on their parents’ property…:

CUT 09(08)      “…from the house.”

He says volunteers, helicopters and even drones searched for 5 hours, but the girls were found safe; being protected by their Golden Retriever, Artemus.

As the U.S. Senate prepares to vote on a bill codifying protection of same-sex marriage into federal law, Senator Bill Cassidy says he will not be voting for the bill…:

CUT 07(04)      “…bill will pass.”

The Senate added three amendments to that House bill, so it must go back to the House for concurrence before it heads for the President’s desk.


A statewide survey finds a majority of GOP voters support former President Donald Trump over Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024…:

CUT 01(31)      “…Palermo.”

Alexandria Police are investigating a brazen early morning burglary at a gun store that resulted in a large number of weapons being stolen. APD says a stolen SUV was used to drive right through the front of the building. Once in the thief or thieves made off with an undisclosed amount of the store inventory. Crimestoppers of Cenla would love to get tips. Call 318-447-7867.