13:30 Newscast, October 17th, 2017

The Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office arrests a suspect in the Grambling State University double murder…:
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A federal judge agrees with Alton Sterling protesters in a class action lawsuit against Baton Rouge law enforcement agencies. A hearing was held Friday morning involving about 80 protesters who were arrested last year. The ACLU of Louisiana filed a similar lawsuit but one that did not seek damages. Executive Director Marjorie Esman applauds the ruling…:
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The plaintiffs will receive a combined total of about $136,000.

The 14th annual Louisiana Book Festival takes place tomorrow in Baton Rouge. The event brings in about 30-thousand people to the State Library and State Capital. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser expects a great crowd as the weather is predicted to stay nice and cool. He says the festival is free and there is food and music along with great books…:
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The festival features more than 250 authors and panelists.

The man who plowed his pickup truck into a crowd of spectators at the Endymion parade last February has pleaded guilty. Neilson Rizzuto is convicted on 11 felony counts of vehicular negligent injuring and will be sentenced on January 12th. Authorities say Rizzuto’s blood-alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit the night of the crash.