08:30 Newscast, April 27th, 2016

The Supreme Court has ruled that juvenile offenders cannot be sentenced to life without the chance for parole, and Louisiana lawmakers are trying to figure out the implications of that ruling. Halen Doughty has more…:
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A cold case to recover a child who went missing 15 years ago in Clinton, Louisiana is being re-investigated by the FBI’s Child Abduction Rapid Deployment Team. Officials say they are looking in to the 2001 disappearance of Wesley Dale Morgan once again because of technology that is available now.

A bill that would require movie theaters to install metal detectors is scheduled to be heard in the House Criminal Justice committee today. Shreveport Rep. Barbara Norton wants to ensure movie goers are safe. Norton says she’s received many positive phone calls supporting this proposal…:
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She says the price of getting a metal detector is far less than someone losing their life.

Almost the entire state is under a severe thunderstorm watch until this afternoon, while parishes in southwest and central Louisiana are under severe thunderstorm warning. The National Weather Service says these intense storms could produce tornadoes and widespread wind damage.

A 32-year-old Amite man has been arrested in the fatal hit and run of a bicyclist Tuesday morning. State Police Trooper Dustin Dwight says they were able to locate Brandon Fowler yesterday afternoon…:
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The bicyclist is 30-year-old Anand Asi.