Today marks the end of the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane season, and it was a good one for Louisiana as no storms threatened the state. Eric Gill reports…:
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Today is cyber Monday and the Attorney General’s Office is offering some tips to keep online holiday shoppers secure. They say using private wireless connections that are password protected are best, and the website you’re buying from is secure before you enter your credit card information. They say it’s important to always keep records of your online purchases.
LSU coach Les Miles will keep his job after AD Joe Alleva announced The Mad Hatter would return next season, even though it was widely reported that Saturday would be Miles last game. Tiger Rag Editor Cody Worsham says it appears the LSU President stepped in and now many are calling for Alleva to be fired for the way this was handled, but doesn’t think that will happen:
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The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office says a teenager came home from a hunting trip over the weekend, and discovered her step-father, mother and two young half brothers dead in an apparent murder suicide. Col John Forunato says the 18-year-old had been gone since Friday, and returned to her Marrero home Sunday morning…:
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He says they believe 46-year-old David Mata stabbed to death his 40-year-old wife and their two boys, age 2 and 4, before taking his own life.