11:30 Newscast February 26th, 2015

As students in Northeast Louisiana miss their 4th winter weather day in a row, officials say all these days off could mean longer days for students. The state requires 63,720 instructional minutes per student per academic year, and Ouachita Parish Superintendent Bob Webber says they’ve already exceed extra time that is incorporated for inclement weather…:
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Monroe City Schools also missed a day in October because of the EF-2 tornado that ripped through the parish.

State Climatologist says thankfully this serious bout of precipitation the entire state has seen has passed, but the cold temperatures remain. He says a weak cold front is now moving over Louisiana…:
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He says a warm up is finally due by Sunday and into next week.

The ongoing rift between Governor Bobby Jindal and Senator David Vitter is getting national press. Eric Gill reports…:
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In a big state college baseball match up tonight — LSU and Southeastern Louisiana will face off. Both teams will end up playing four games in four days as the Tigers host Princeton this weekend and the Lions will face the Big Ten’s Northwestern University.