11:30 Newscast, April 26th, 2016

Louisiana lawmakers are working to regulate drones. Baton Rouge Senator Dan Claitor sponsors legislation that would make it illegal to use drones for stalking, voyeurism, and other crimes. He says this is a privacy matter…:
CUT 3 (11) “search warrant”
The legislature wasn’t ready to pass similar bills in the past, but Claitor says technology is advancing, and regulation of drones is needed to keep up with the times.

A 17-year-old from Rapides Parish is under arrest for allegedly using a fake social media profile to make threats involving the Alexandria Senior High School prom. Lt. Tommy Carnline says they were able to trace the account to Adrian Devon Ray who is a student at the school…:
CUT 6 (10) “of justice”

If Governor John Bel Edwards budget proposal is approved by lawmakers, there could be an 11-percent cut in retail food inspectors. Emelie Gunn has more:
CUT 1 (31) “I’m Emelie Gunn”

Cops are looking for a truck that was involved in a fatal hit and run in Hammond early this morning that claimed the life of a bicyclist. State Police say the suspect vehicle struck the victim who was riding a bike, then fled the scene. The vehicle is being described as a white GMC 2500 pick-up truck. Anyone with information on this incident is urged to contact authorities.