9:30 LRN Newscast November 6

The third round of grants of up to $10 thousand for the Louisiana Fortify Home Program opens today at noon. Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon says upgrading to fortified roof standards is beneficial for policyholders who are paying high premiums.

Cut 6 (13) “…your coverage.”

Grants will be awarded to eligible homeowners on a first-come first-served basis. To apply, visit www.ldi.la.gov.

Former Shreveport Mayor, Cedric Glover and Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, Sam Jenkins are in a run-off for the State Senate Seat vacated by term-limited, Greg Tarver. Greg Tarver has endorsed Jenkins. LSU Shreveport Political Science Professor, Jeff Sadow…

Cut 9 (11)  “…the party.”

Constitutional Amendment One on the November 18th ballot seeks to clarify what happens when legislators call for an override veto session, but they are already in a regular or special session. Public Affairs Research Council President Steven Procopio…

Cut 12 (04) “…until recently.” 

And with a predicted voter turnout of only fifteen percent for the November 18th election, the fate of the four constitutional amendments is anybody’s guess For a PAR guide on the four amendments visit PARLouisiana-dot-org.

There will be no SEC West Championship for LSU this season as the Tigers scored just one touchdown in the second half in a 42-28 loss to Alabama. Coach Brian Kelly says the Tigers did a lot of good things, but you have to play at a higher level than good in order to win in Tuscaloosa…

Cut 13 (12) “…enough level”