13:30 Newscast November 24, 2015

The annual Louisiana Federation of Teachers convention in Lake Charles was where Governor-elect John Bel Edwards made his first address since winning Saturday’s election. Edwards told the crowd that he has no intention to take the voucher program off the books, but would seek to steer the program back to its original purpose…

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Edwards told teachers they will have a partner in the Governor’s Office.

Blue Bell ice cream lovers are in luck as the creamery is announces they’re coming back to the Bayou State. Spokesperson Joe Robertson says Blue Bell will begin to restock Louisiana grocery stores on December 21st…

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Blue Bell pulled its ice cream from store shelves in April over listeria concerns.

A state judge has granted the immediate release of one of the city marshals accused of killing a 6-year-old boy in Marksville. Judge William Bennett has allowed 23-year-old Norris Greenhouse, Jr.’s family to post the $1 million dollar bond. Greenhouse is charged in the shooting death of Jeremy Mardis following a police pursuit involving the boy’s father earlier this month. Greenhouse is expected to be released in the next hour.

Several national college football reporters are in disbelief LSU is preparing to fire Les Miles at the end of the season. Jeff Palermo has the story…

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