14:30 Newscast, September 26th, 2016

LSU Athletic Director Joe Alleva spoke to reporters today to talk about the firing of Les Miles, and introduce Ed Orgeron as interim head coach. He said they like Miles but felt that, at this time, Coach O is the right man to take over the program…:
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Orgeron said you can expect to see some big changes under his watch.

Miles spoke for the first time since the firing today on the “Dan Patrick Show on DirecTV’s Audience.” He said he did not fight Alleva’s decision because he wants what everyone wants and that’s what’s best for the Tigers. Miles also indicated he would like to coach again…:
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Miles was the head coach at LSU for 11-plus seasons. He won 77-percent of his games, including a BCS National Championship and two SEC titles.

Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will face off tonight in their first debate. ULM Political Science Professor Joshua Stockley says you can expect to see plenty of shots fired between the candidates in an attempt to demonstrate to Americans how the other candidate is unfit…:
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The debate will begin at 8pm and will be moderated by Lester Holt of NBC.

They’ll be up against the Saints game tonight. And tonight is a special game as it’s been 10 years since the reopening of the Superdome following Hurricane Katrina. Former Governor Kathleen Blanco says despite backlash over working on the Dome during a time of crisis, she received many public apologies after that game on Sept. 25, 2006…:
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The Saints/Falcons game kicks off tonight at 730.