14:30 LRN Newscast November 27

A Boy Scout leader, 49-year-old Randy Miller Jr. is charged with 500 counts of possession of child pornography according to Livingston parish authorities. Legal analyst Franz Borghardt says the judge likely stacked all those counts to set an unprecedented $50 million bond.
Cut 9 (13) “…just one bond.”
The Boy Scouts of America has released a statement that says they are shocked and disturbed to learn about the allegations against Miller.

The Louisiana Highway Safety Commission says 10 people were killed in crashes during the last Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Executive Director Lisa Freeman says the most important action motorists can take is buckling up…
cut 8 (07) “….of the year”
There are extra law enforcement on the roads as a result of the Click It or Ticket It campaign.

The college football playoff selection committee has dropped LSU to number two and moved Ohio State to number one in the latest rankings. The Buckeyes just beat a top ten team in Penn State. Tiger Rag Assistant Editor Tyler Nunez says O-S-U has as many quality wins as LSU…
Cut 3 (12) “…that direction.”
LSU will host Texas A-and-M this Saturday, while the Buckeyes battle Michigan.

Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Deputy Dusty Crenshaw is being commended for getting hold of a dog that was running free along a busy stretch of I-20. Crenshaw dropped the dog off at Bossier City Animal Control so her rightful owner would have three days to claim her. Since he located the dog, he’s already been back to visit her and Crenshaw asked the shelter to call him first if no one claims the dog.
Cut 14 (10) “…pick her up”
Bossier City Animal Control takes in an average of 40 to 50 dogs per month.