11:30 LRN Newscast November 22nd

The Boston Globe has mentioned Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards as a potential candidate for President in 2020. La-politics-dot-com publisher Jeremy Alford says Edwards pro-gun, pro-life beliefs might not mesh well with many democrats, but…
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Edwards first must win re-election as governor in 2019.

Amidst tensions between Louisiana law enforcement and the public, one Monroe family is making sure State Troopers are safe in the field. Bunzy Bryant and his wife, Lynn, donated 90 bulletproof vests to State Police Troop F in Monroe. Bryant says these vests are extra protection beyond what the troopers wear every day.
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Bryant says they have been close with Troop F for 16 years.

The Humane Society of Louisiana is concerned about the increase in complaints regarding neglected horses. HSL Director Jeff Dorson says dozens of horses, sometimes several at a time have been found in various stages of starvation by Humane Society members…
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Dorson says don’t buy a horse if you can’t afford to take care of it.
A historic jail built in DeRidder in 1914 is now open for tours after an extensive renovation. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser says the “Hanging Jail,” as it’s known, was as added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981….
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The Gothic Jail got its name as the Hanging Jail when two men found guilty of murdering a taxi driver hanged from the stairwell.