11:30 LRN Newscast July 26

A Baton Rouge judge has sentenced two former LSU students to 30 days in the parish jail for their roles in the 2017 death of Phi Delta Theta pledge Max Gruver. Sean Gott and Ryan Isto pleaded no contest last year to misdemeanor hazing in the alcohol-related death. Matthew Naquin, who was just convicted of negligent homicide, will be sentenced in October.

An LSU professor is alive today thanks to a group of students who saved his life after he went into cardiac arrest while swimming on campus. Brooke Thorington has more.
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Senate President John Alario has seen it all during his time in the Louisiana legislature, which is coming to an end. After 48-years, the term-limited Alario has made the decision not to run for a seat in the House. Alario says he’s going out on a good note as the legislature recently approved a one-thousand teacher pay raise
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Alario led the upper chamber in this last legislative term that saw multiple special sessions, because of disputes over state financing.

The Louisiana Outdoor Expo and Boat Show is this weekend at the newly renovated Cajundome and Convention Center in Lafayette. Organizer Rob Kirkpatrick says there’s something for everyone at this three-day event
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Tickets are $12.50 for adults, while kids five and under get in for free.