330pm LRN News

Four years after the Legislature authorized medical marijuana in Louisiana patients appears to set to get access to the treatment. It should be available at select pharmacies by next week, and that’s a load off the shoulders of proponents who have hammered the state after the product was repeatedly delayed. Ag Commissioner Mike Strain says despite the wait, it was still a quick process compared to usual medication trials.

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An LSU Ag Center spokesperson says they expect the products to be cheaper than many CBD oils currently available.

The Tangipahoa Parish Public School System is the latest in the state to uncover a potential cybersecurity issue.  LSU’s Stephenson Research Executive Director Jeff Moulton says it is likely happening due to the systems being easy targets…

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Sabine, Morehouse, and Ouachita Parishes have also faced issues.

LSU athletics director Scott Woodward wants to change the transfer policy which has provided the academic side with millions of dollars generated by athletics. From 2012-to-2017, LSU athletics sent nearly 50-million dollars to the university. Woodward says it’s dangerous for a university to rely on recurring money from athletics

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That’s Woodward’s thoughts in an exclusive interview with Tiger Rag Radio.

A missing person case in Avoyelles Parish ends in tragedy after authorities discover a body, and pin the brutal murder on the woman’s son and his girlfriend. Kasey Bigum was last seen May 30th, and Sherriff Doug Anderson says they now believe that’s when she was murdered by 20-year-Tristin James, her son.

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Authorities believe James and his girlfriend then drove the body away dumped it.