9:30 LRN Newscast March 19

A proposal to eliminate vehicle inspection stickers in Louisiana will be heard in House Transportation today. This will be Stonewall Representative Larry Bagley’s third attempt to eliminate break tags or vehicle inspection stickers in Louisiana. As for opposition, he says he’s gotten pushback from the owners of vehicle inspection sites and from state police.

Cut 5 (10) “…of that.” 

Bagley says he also hasn’t received any opposition from Governor Jeff Landry’s administration over House Bill 344.

Former Addis police officer David Cauthron is set to serve 10 years in prison for driving around 100 miles per hour into an intersection and slamming into a vehicle, killing two teenagers and severely injuring a U-L Lafayette student. West Baton Rouge District Attorney Tony Clayton….

Cut 9 (12)  “…hear all that.”

Cauthron also pled guilty to one count of negligent injuring.

LSU Health-New Orleans ALS Clinic has been recognized as an ALS Association Certified Treatment Center of Excellence. Co Director Dr. Stephen Kantrow says the recognition shows their commitment to providing quality care in ALS-related research.

Cut 13 (11)  “…way possible.”

In 2014, the ALS Association named LSU Health-New Orleans ALS Clinic as an ALS Association Recognized Treatment Center.

Grambling State University is in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament for the first time in the history of the school. Tigers Basketball Coach Donte Jackson credits his players for buying in to the culture the staff is building in Grambling and says it’s an amazing feeling…

Cut 12 (10) “…your back.” 

Grambling plays Montana State in Dayton Ohio Wednesday night.