09:30 Newscast September 5th, 2014

Former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to be in New Orleans tomorrow. He will be the featured speaker at a fundraiser for Senator Mary Landrieu. Some may be surprised that Landrieu turned to Clinton and not President Obama to help raise money. But Political analyst Clancy Dubos says, in politics, you always play to your strengths…:
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Landrieu is currently in a tight Senate race with Republicans Bill Cassidy and Rob Maness.

So not only is LSU doing contraflow after the Tiger Stadium game tomorrow, Sports Information Director says part of their efforts at improving fan experience is that there are also new patterns for pedestrians leaving the game as well…:
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He also says LSU are going to love the new giant HD video screens on the renovated south endzone.

According to the LSU AgCenter the agriculture workforce and the number of Ag science teachers is shrinking. Mike Burnett is the executive associate dean with the College of Agriculture at LSU. He says Dr. Bill Richardson, Dean of the college of agriculture, has been putting a big push on recruitment. He says they do have plans to fill the shortage at least in the short term…:
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The Baton Rouge Fire Department says a man was arrested Thursday morning after allegeldy pouring gasoline on a woman and threatening to set her on fire. They believe the suspect, Joseph Ruiz, doused the woman from head to toe with gas when she refused to leave the house. The cops were called and the man was charged with attempted aggravated arson and aggravated battery. The woman was sent to the hospital and is in stable condition.