13:30 Newscast September 24, 2014

Baton Rouge Congressman Bill Cassidy says it was inappropriate for Senator Mary Landrieu to assist a man performing a keg stand at an LSU tailgate. But Landrieu has downplayed the incident. She explained what happened during an appearance on WRKF’s Jim Engster show…

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Cassidy says Landrieu’s actions on the college campus were unfitting for a US Senator.

A new radio ad airing in the 5th Congressional District today features Phil and Kay Robertson of Duck Dynasty endorsing their nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress. ULM Political Science Professor Joshua Stockley says if Phil Robertson keeps making controversial statements it could spell trouble for Dasher…

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He says, with this ad, Dasher is trying to create legitimacy and name recognition.

State Police say a 14-year-old high school freshman from Houma was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. Jeff Palermo reports.

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A federal judge has ruled that companies who received money from BP after claiming their business was damaged as a result of the 2010 Gulf oil spill, do not have to return any money to the oil giant. BP argued that a glitch in their funding formula is paying money to questionable claims and should be returned. However, Judge Carl Barbier says the payments that BP agreed to included a stipulation that they would not be changed by court action at a later date.