6:30 LRN Newscast January 28

Much of the northern half of the state is under a winter weather advisory from nine o’ clock tonight until nine AM tomorrow. Don Molino has the details…
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With the snow developing late tonight, it could produce slippery road conditions and reduced visibility. And we’ll see a big drop in the temperature. Highs today will range from mid 60s to about 70 degrees across the state. Tomorrow, the highs will only be in the mid 40s.

Authorities are working to bring back a south Louisiana man suspected of killing his parents and his girlfriend, plus her father and brother. 21-year-old Dakota Theriot was arrested Sunday at his grandmother’s home in Virginia. Theriot’s killing spree started Saturday at a home just outside of Walker and then he went to his parents home in Gonzales. Ascension Sheriff Bobby Webre says some sort of domestic dispute sparked the slayings
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Detectives are still trying to develop a motive.

An appellate court has blocked a convicted felon who comfortably won an election to be mayor of Ball from taking office, due to an amendment that passed on that same November 2018 ballot that barred felons from running for, or holding office for at least five years after their sentence. Roy Hebron’s attorney, Charles Elliot, says they are disappointed in the ruling.
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Hebron’s sentence on a FEMA fraud related charge ended in 2017, when he completed his supervised release.