09:30 LRN Newscast, September 25th

Folks in Southeast Louisiana are racing to buy water as the drought and dredging have let saltwater from the Gulf push up the Mississippi, but Governor John Bel Edwards says that type of panic is not necessary….:
Cut 11 (10) “…hearing”
He’s asking the federal government to declare a state of emergency to help out and for the latest visit emergency-dot-la-gov.

We continue our profiles of the six main candidates for governor. Independent Hunter Lundy says he wants to adequately fund programs to begin educating children as young as three years old, and doing that will tackle other major issues plaguing the state, poverty and crime:
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Early voting for the October 14th primary begins Saturday.

LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne and women’s basketball star Angel Reese are on this month’s cover of Sports Illustrated because of their NIL earning power. Teiko Foxx has more…:
Cut 3 (32) …I’m Teiko Foxx.”

The Powerball grand prize went untouched again on Saturday and now the jackpot is worth an estimated $785 million for tonight’s drawing. That’s the 4th largest prize in the game’s history, according to Powerball, and has a cash value of an estimated $367 million.