10:30 LRN Newscast Nov 28

Linda Frickey’s family feels justice was served after 18-year-old John Honore was found guilty of second-degree murder by a unanimous jury Monday. Honore was the driver in the horrific New Orleans carjacking that killed Frickey. Her sister-in-law, Kathy Richard says the guilty verdict doesn’t bring her back, but it brings closure.

Cut 3 (13) “….were doing.”

Caddo Parish Sheriff candidate John Nickelson has file a lawsuit seeking a new runoff election against Henry Whitehorn, who won after a recount by one vote. Political Analyst Scott Hughes says a district court judge is set to hear the case Thursday.

Cut 10 (10) “…in court.”

Just a reminder that every vote counts.

After losing to Southern Illinois on Saturday, the Nicholls State football team was stranded in a small airport for 22 hours. Nicholls’ Athletic Director Jonathan Terrell says the restaurants closed overnight in the small airport, they had no transportation and were unable to book a hotel last minute due to the size of the party.

Cut 5 (10) “…140 people.”

The team finally made it home Sunday night. The NCAA coordinates post-season travel from teams.

If you have an old Google account you want to keep, Haggai Davis of Tech Gumbo Podcast says you need to log in by the end of this week, they are removing accounts that have been inactive for two years. And If you have old accounts with other providers, he says their inactive account policies will probably change also.

Cut 15 (07) “…kind of thing.”

He says, Google is concerned about security, not data space.