13:30 Newscast, April 27th, 2016

The FBI is re-investigating the case of a 2-year-old that went missing in Clinton 15 years ago. Avery Davidson is a former WAFB reporter who covered Wesley Morgan’s disappearance in 2001. Davidson says the child was playing on the front porch when his mother went inside and came back outside to find the little boy was gone….:
Cut 13 (10) “he was”
The FBI is offering up to a $10,000 reward for information leading to Morgan’s location.

New York real estate heir Robert Durst was sentenced by a federal judge in New Orleans today who accepted the plea agreement to serve 7 years and 1 month in prison on a weapons charge. Durst, who still faces a separate murder charge in California for allegedly killing a friend to keep her quiet and the disappearance of the 72-year-old’s wife, pleaded guilty to the weapons charge in New Orleans in February.

A bill to extend the waiting period for getting an abortion to 72 hours has been approved by the Senate Health and Welfare Committee. Sancha Smith, the State Director for Concerned Women for America, supports the measure…:
CUT 10 (07) “a life”
Amy Irvin of the New Orleans Abortion Fund opposes the bill and says women already can take as much time as they need after the initial consultation before having the procedure…:
CUT 12 (09) “the clinic”
The measure passed on a five to two vote and heads to the Senate floor.

Investigators continue to seek information with regard to the abduction of 12-year-old Jalon Bradley of Mamou. The vehicle involved in the abduction is thought to be a white Chevrolet or GMC crew cab pickup truck with chrome wheels occupied by Bradley, his non custodial mother Elaine Freeman, and an unidentified black male.