6:30 LRN newscast

Today marks the first day of the 2023 hurricane season and the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness encourages residents to get their game plan in place in case a storm threatens Louisiana. GOHSEP Spokesperson Mike Steele.
Cut 7 (10) “…happen again.”
NOAA is forecasting a near-normal season with 12 to 17 named storms with five to nine of those being hurricanes. One to four storms are projected to be major. State Climatologist Barry Keim says the development of an El Nino during the peak of the hurricane season could tamper development…
cut 30 (15) “…for the hurricanes”

Black adults face a 59 % greater risk of premature death than white people, and a new study by Tulane University points to social determinants as the reasons why. Teiko Foxx explains.
Cut 2 (33) “…I’m Teiko Foxx.”

Wedding bells will ring in New Orleans today as the widow of former governor Edwin Edwards, Trina Edwards, will tie the knot with former longtime lawmaker John Alario. During a recent appearance on Talk Louisiana, Trina Edwards said she could not be happier…
cut 4 (04) “…human beings”