10:30 Newscast Sept 26

After 11 plus seasons and 114 wins, Les Miles is no longer the head coach at LSU. Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron were let go after a loss to Auburn dropped the Tigers out of the AP Top 25. Safety Jamal Adams says Miles spoke with the team before he left.

Cut 10 (11) “letting go”

Miles led the Tigers to a BCS National Championship and two SEC Championships.

Congressman Garret Graves is not happy that flood victims are still struggling a month after the flood. He says if people can’t repair their homes, there will be less property tax revenue to fund schools, fire departments and drainage systems.

Cut 9 (11) “public services”

Tonight’s Saints game marks ten years since the Superdome reopened after Hurricane Katrina. Former Governor Kathleen Blanco faced criticism for trying to get it reopened so quickly when thousands of people needed help. She says they got funds from the NFL and FEMA that could only go towards repairs for the building. She says in the end, she received many public apologies.

Cut 6 (10) “or losing”

It took nine months to repair the stadium after the devastating storm.

The new book Murder on the Bayou by Ethan Brown explores the murders of 8 prostitutes in Jefferson Davis parish and alleges that Congressman Charles Boustany was involved with the women. Brown says there is no question that a staffer at Boustany’s office also worked at the Boudreaux Inn, where the women would perform their services.

Cut 14 (09) “the staffer”