Early voting is over for the November sixth election and the Secretary of State’s office says 307-thousand ballots have already been completed. Jeff Palermo has the story…
Police have identified the two victims of a double homicide as 70-year-old Patricia Gurly and 72-year-old Frank Gurly. The bodies were found at a Denham Springs pool company Wednesday morning. Law enforcement did not release the cause of death, but a spokesman for Denham Springs Police called it the most heinous crime in his career. It is believed the persons responsible have left the state.
Monroe Representative Jay Morris is publicly calling for Senator John Kennedy to jump into the governor’s race against John Bel Edwards. Morris says he’s impressed after working with Kennedy in state government when the Senator held the Treasurer’s office and says he’s a potential candidate who would bring great administrative experience if he wins.
Hahnville High School QB Andrew Robison has won his arbitration hearing against the LHSAA over illegal recruitment allegations. The victory means the senior is now eligible to play in Friday’s regular-season finale. He’ll also continue with a lawsuit against the governing body for damages. Robison’s Attorney David Moyer says schools should not be afraid to challenge the LHSAA.