7:30 AM Newscast June 12

President Biden’s son Hunter Biden was found guilty of federal gun charges Tuesday, Hunter Biden faces up to 25 years in prison for; lying on a federal screening form about drug use, lying to a gun dealer, and possessing a gun. Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy says Hunter Biden shouldn’t have been abusing drugs, shouldn’t have been buying a gun while using drugs, and shouldn’t have been lying to the FBI.

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When President Biden was asked last week if his son was convicted would pardon him, President Biden said no

Colorado State University researchers have confirmed predictions of an above-average hurricane season this year in an updated report. CSU meteorologist Phil Klotzbach (clots-bock) says not much has changed since the initial predictions.

Cut 7 (08) “…named storms.”


Former LSU Beach Volleyball players Taryn Kloth and Kristen Nuss were selected to represent Team USA at the 2024 Paris Olympics this summer. Kace Kieschnick has the story…

Cut 3 (32) “…I’m Kace Kieschnick.” 

Funeral services will be held in Lafayette today for Richard Zuschlag, the founder of Acadian Ambulance Service. Zuschlag started Acadian Ambulance with two ambulances in 1971 and grew the company into the country’s largest privately held medical transportation company. Porter Taylor, Director of Operations for Louisiana and Mississippi says Zuschlag was a driven and amazing person…

Cut 5 (10) “…directions.”

Zuschlag passed away June 5th from cancer-related complications.