11:30 AM Newscast

Following a letter to the Governor from Attorney General Jeff Landry raising serious questions about threats to women’s health and safety, the medical license of a New Orleans abortion doctor has been suspended.  Landry says often is difficult for the public to obtain information on doctors in the abortion fields.

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The Louisiana Democratic Party has filed public information requests to verify a claim made by Republican Congressman Clay Higgins that he’s arrested “several thousand men” in his time in law enforcement. Executive Director Stephen Handwerk says they’re committed to pursuing whether or not that statement is true, and if it is a factual statement, they intend to figure out what the conviction rate was on those thousands of arrests given what he says is a troubled history in positions of authority.

Cut 14 (12) “…to us.”

Pack a rain coat for this weekend’s parades cause it’s gunna be a wet one.

Cut 1 (30) “I’m Matt Doyle.”

The Bossier Sheriff’s Deputy that was struck by a vehicle while directing school traffic in January received a check following a fundraiser done by the five locations of Sonic Drive Thru in the parish.  Deputy Daniel Golden, who sustained several major injuries including broken legs from the accident, received a check for just over $3000.  Golden was recently able to go home and begin to heal and recover, which he says will still be a lengthy process.

Cut 11 (07) “…out for me.”