9:30 LRN Newscast March 25

A West Carroll Parish woman faces life in prison after she allegedly shot and killed one person and critically injured two others early Saturday morning at Blackberry’s Bar and Billards in Lake Providence. State Police Trooper Michael Reichardt says 34-year-old Quinessiah Sanders of Epps fatally shot Cheryl Lewis…
cut 6 (09) “…to the shooting”
Sanders turned herself in and she’s been booked at the Riverbend Detention Center.

The L-H-C Group has broken ground on a Lafayette Home office that will create an additional 500 jobs in Acadiana. Economic Development Secretary Don Pierson says L-H-C is the nation’s number two company for home health care…
Cut 11 (12) “their growth”
The LHC Group started in 1994 as a single home health agency in St. Landry Parish. It recently merged with Almost Family and now operates in 36 states.

A new report finds that subscriptions to streaming services outnumber cable TV subscribers. LSU director of student media John Friscia says the compeitive prices of streaming have made cable consumers do a double take…
cut 8 (09) “….cheaper price”

A former Caddo Parish animal shelter worker can’t be around animals for five years after he pleaded guilty to crimes against nature. Kevin Barnhart spoke with Caddo Parish district attorney spokesperson John Prime
Cut 1 (33) “I’m Kevin Barnhart.”