4:30 PM Newscast June 17

Jackson, Mississippi Police have not yet confirmed the cause of death of four-year-old Erin Brunett of Loranger who was kidnapped with her sister 6-year-old Jalie after their mother was murdered in Loranger. Chief Joseph Wade was asked about Jalie…

Cut 13 (15) “…her injuries.” 

Wade says Daniel Callihan has confessed, and Victoria Cox has been implicated in the crimes. He says they do not believe anyone else was involved in the heinous murders of Callie Brunett in Loranger or her daughter in Mississippi. Wade says they have thoroughly processed the crime scene and they have more questions than answers and they want to know why Callihan and Cox brought the two girls to Mississippi.

Cut  14 (07) “…be it.” 

Former LSU Head Football Coach Les Miles is suing LSU for their decision to vacate 37 wins while he coached claiming it cost him the chance for a College Football Hall of Fame qualification. Tiger Rag Editor Todd Horne says to be considered you must have a 600 winning percentage. Even without the penalties, if Miles did reach that threshold, considering his allegations of sexual misconduct the former coach wouldn’t necessarily have been admitted.

Cut 4 (02) “…voting no.” 

The NCAA is also named in the lawsuit.

There’s a storm in the Gulf of Mexico. Though it isn’t going to hit Louisiana directly, we’ll still be slammed with residual rain and wind throughout this week. Meteorologist Marti Calhoun with the National Weather Service in Lake Charles says the rain will likely get heavier during the first half of this week.

Cut 9 (12) “…totals.”