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As Louisiana’s law requiring the Ten Commandments be posted in public classrooms continues to attract national attention, groups like the ACLU have said they plan to fight it in court. is receiving national attention and groups like the ACLU say they plan to fight it in court. Alanah Odoms with the ACLU of Louisiana says the law clearly violates the First Amendment and the law calls for a government-mandated version of the Ten Commandments.

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The Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame will induct its 2024 class tonight. Former Saints quarterback Drew Brees and LSU women’s basketball star Seimone Augustus are the headliners. Brees is not the only former Q-B being inducted. Former McNeese star Kerry Joseph will also be inducted. The New Iberia native led the Cowboys to the 1995 Division One-Double-A semifinals and turned into an M-V-P performer in the Canadian Football League

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After a delay in request for two missing Loranger girls, a lawmaker is calling for an overhaul of Louisiana’s AMBER Alert system. Mel Bridges has more.

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The man accused of killing Callie Brunette and her four year old daughter Erin is expected to be extradited back to Louisiana to face charges here. A Tangipahoa jury indicted 36 year old Daniel Callihan and a second suspect 32 year old Victoria Cox on Thursday. The two are both in the custody of the U-S Marshall’s Service. Tangipahoa Parish District Attorney Scott Perrilloux says he hopes to have Callihan back in Louisiana as soon as possible.