10:30 LRN Newscast Dec 27

The Louisiana Department of Health confirms two storm-related deaths in Caddo Parish. The Caddo Parish Coroner says a 30-year-old female and her 8-year-old son who died of blunt force trauma after a tornado destroyed their home on December 13th.  The woman’s body was found the next morning under the wreckage and the child’s body was found Tuesday night in a wooded area.

Lt Governor Billy Nungesser is considering whether he’ll seek higher office next year. Senator John Kennedy may decide to run, and Nungesser says he owes it to others who may want to run for Lt. Governor to make up his mind quickly…:

Cut 9 (09)  “…love this job.”

Nungesser says he plans to announce his decision on January 10th.

Louisiana will be featured in the annual Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California for the second year. The float theme will be “Turning a Corner” and will feature numerous riders, including Franklin Parish native country star Lainey Wilson. Another rider is 22-year-old Pineville native Jordan Fuqua, the reigning Miss Louisiana Association of Fairs & Festivals…:

Cut 4 (10)  “…in Pasadena.”

LSU quarterback Jayden Daniels will continue to wear purple and gold next year, he’s returning for another season. Tiger Rag Assistant Editor William Weathers says with Daniels onboard the outlook for wins in 2023 has greatly improved.

Cut 15 (09)  “…against Purdue.”

Daniels and the Tigers will play in Orlando in the Citrus Bowl on January second.