LRN Newscast 16:30 09-24-14

State Police say a 14-year-old high school freshman from Houma was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy.

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This afternoon in St. John the Baptist the Baptist Parish, an off-duty sheriff’s deputy has been shot in an incident involving another deputy. A New Orleans TV station says the shooting was the result of some kind of domestic dispute at a residence. The deputy who was shot has been taken to the trauma center at a New Orleans hospital.

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There’s a new radio ad out in the 5th District featuring Phil and Kay Robertson of Duck Dynasty endorsing their nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress. ULM Political Science Professor Joshua Stockley says, with this, Dasher is trying to create legitimacy and name recognition…:

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BP gets hit with another “no” in court, as a federal Judge ordered today that businesses will NOT have to pay BP back money the oil giant says was overpaid as a result of a flawed settlement money formula. BP said those who were overpaid should be forced to return the money, but Judge Carl Barbier said no.

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That’s Loyola University law professor Dane Ciolino.

LRN Newscast 15:30 09-24-14

State Police say they are investigating the death of a 14-year-old high school freshman who was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. The teen is identified as Cameron Tillman — a student from Ellender High School. Trooper Evan Harrell says deputies got the emergency call around 5:30 Tuesday evening…:

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That investigation is still in the very early stages; as is the one going in LaPlace, as a St. John the Baptist off-duty sheriff’s deputy has been shot in an incident involving another St. John Parish deputy at a residence around 2 o’clock this afternoon. It is not clear whether or not the gunshot was self inflicted. The deputy who was shot has been taken to a New Orleans hospital in the Trauma Center. State Police is investigating that incident as well.
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BP got another “no” in court today, as Federal Judge Carl Barbier ruled that businesses will NOT have to pay any back money to the oil giant that was overpaid based on a flawed money formula. Loyola University Law Professor Dane Ciolino says it’s good news for the plantiffs…:

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Which means the total liability for BP continues to grow; now approaching $50 billion dollars.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Bill Cassidy says it was inappropriate for Senator Mary Landrieu to assist another man perform a keg stand at an LSU tailgate. Cassidy says beer distributors are also not happy because it promotes drunkenness.

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Landrieu continues to downplay the incident.

LRN Newscast 14:30 09-24-14

There’s a new radio ad hitting the airwaves in the 5th District today featuring Phil and Kay Robertson of Duck Dynasty endorsing their nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress. Michelle Southern has that

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Meanwhile in the Louisiana Senate race, Congressman Bill Cassidy is speaking out about the keg stand incident involving Senator Mary Landrieu…

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Landrieu is downplaying the incident.

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A freshman from Ellender High School in Terrebonne Parish is dead following an incident where he was allegedly shot Tuesday by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. Louisiana State Police Trooper Evan Harrell says the investigation is still in the very early stages…

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The dead teen is identified as 14 year-old Cameron Tillman.

A District Judge ordered today that businesses won’t have to pay BP back money the oil giant says was overpaid as a result of a flawed settlement money formula. BP said these companies who claimed the 2010 oil spill hurt their business should be forced to return payouts but the judge said no.

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That’s Loyola University law professor Dane Ciolino.

PM Newscall September 24th, 2014

State Police say a 14-year-old high school freshman from Houma was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. Jeff Palermo reports.

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There’s a new radio ad hitting the airwaves in the 5th District today featuring Phil and Kay Robertson of Duck Dynasty endorsing their nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress. Michelle Southern reports.

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Louisiana State Police say they are investigating the death of a 14-year-old high school freshman who was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. The teen is identified as Cameron Tillman — a student from Ellender High School Trooper Evan Harrell says deputies got a 911 call around 5:30 Tuesday evening…:

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The deputy involved in this shooting is not being identified while the investigation into this incident is underway. Harrell says they aren’t sure exactly what transpired inside the home when cops arrived…:

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Harrell says three other suspects were taken into custody at the abandoned home where the shooting took place — two were juveniles and the other is 18-years-old. He says a fifth person was seen fleeing the residence and LSP is asking anyone with information on that person’s whereabouts to please call 911. Harrell says investigating troopers are actively working on this case…:

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There’s a new radio ad hitting the airwaves in the 5th District today featuring Phil and Kay Robertson of Duck Dynasty endorsing their nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress. ULM Political Science Professor Joshua Stockley says, with this, Dasher is trying to create legitimacy and name recognition…:

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Stockley says a lot of people still don’t know who Dasher is, but almost everyone recognizes the Duck Dynasty label…:

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On the negative side, Stockley says Dasher is trying to run a campaign on his own merits and the Duck Dynasty endorsement could be seen by some as contradictory to that claim. Stockley also says if Phil Robertson keeps making controversial statements it could spell trouble for Dasher…:

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Baton Rouge Congressman and US senate candidate Bill Cassidy says it was inappropriate for Senator Mary Landrieu to assist another man perform a keg stand at an LSU tailgate. Cassidy says beer distributors are also not happy because it promotes drunkenness

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Cassidy made the comments at an event where he received the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Business. He says the beer industry spends a lot of money promoting responsible drinking and Landrieu’s actions on a college campus  were unfitting for a US Senator

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Landrieu has downplayed the incident. She has said her opponents who are making political fodder over this need to get a sense of humor and get a life. Landrieu explained what happened at that LSU tailgate during an appearance on W-R-K-F’s Jim Engster Show…

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A District Judge ordered today that businesses won’t have to pay BP back money the oil giant says was overpaid as a result of a flawed settlement money formula. BP said these companies who claimed the 2010 oil spill hurt their business should be forced to return payouts but the judge did not agree. Loyola University law professor Dane Ciolino says this is yet another setback for BP…:

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Judge Carl Barbier had ordered the formula changed several weeks ago but as for money already paid, the ruling was a deal is a deal. Ciolino says this is good news for the plaintiffs…:

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Ciolino says BP keeps trying to reduce its liability for the oil spill but the rulings continue to be against them…:

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13:30 Newscast September 24, 2014

Baton Rouge Congressman Bill Cassidy says it was inappropriate for Senator Mary Landrieu to assist a man performing a keg stand at an LSU tailgate. But Landrieu has downplayed the incident. She explained what happened during an appearance on WRKF’s Jim Engster show…

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Cassidy says Landrieu’s actions on the college campus were unfitting for a US Senator.

A new radio ad airing in the 5th Congressional District today features Phil and Kay Robertson of Duck Dynasty endorsing their nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress. ULM Political Science Professor Joshua Stockley says if Phil Robertson keeps making controversial statements it could spell trouble for Dasher…

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He says, with this ad, Dasher is trying to create legitimacy and name recognition.

State Police say a 14-year-old high school freshman from Houma was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. Jeff Palermo reports.

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A federal judge has ruled that companies who received money from BP after claiming their business was damaged as a result of the 2010 Gulf oil spill, do not have to return any money to the oil giant. BP argued that a glitch in their funding formula is paying money to questionable claims and should be returned. However, Judge Carl Barbier says the payments that BP agreed to included a stipulation that they would not be changed by court action at a later date.

12:30 Newscast September 24, 2014

Baton Rouge Congressman Bill Cassidy says it was inappropriate for Senator Mary Landrieu to assist a man performing a keg stand at an LSU tailgate. Cassidy says beer distributors are also not happy because it promotes drunkeness…

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Landrieu has said her opponenets who are making political fodder over this need to get a sense of humor and they need to get a life.

Louisiana State Police is investigating the death of an Ellender High School freshman who was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. Trooper Evan Harrell says authorities responded to a report of several armed individuals running inside a home in Houma. He says they aren’t sure exactly what transpired when deputies arrived…

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The teen is identified as Cameron Tillman. Harrell says three other suspects were taken into custody and another fled the scene.

There’s a new radio ad hitting the airwaves in the 5th District today featuring Phil and Kay Robertson of Duck Dynasty endorsing their nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress. ULM Political Science Professor Joshua Stockley says a lot of people still don’t know who Dasher is, but almost everyone recognizes the Duck Dynasty label…

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Stockley adds that Dasher is trying to run a campaign on his own merits and the Duck Dynasty endorsement could be seen by some as contradictory to that claim.

A federal judge has ruled that companies who received money from BP after claiming the 2010 Gulf oil spill hurt their business do not have to return money to the oil giant. BP argued that a glitch in their funding formula is paying money to questionable claims and should be returned.

11:40 Sportscast September 24, 2014

LSU failed to rush for over 100 yards as a team in Saturday’s loss to Mississippi State. There were very few holes for the Tiger running backs against the Bulldogs defense. LSU Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron says they still have confidence they can run the ball against some of the best defenses in the country…

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The Tigers will take on New Mexico State this weekend then play Auburn on the road October 4th.

The Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday that Mississippi State center, and West Monroe native, Dillon Day has been suspended for one game after he was seen on video stomping on a pair of LSU players last Saturday in Tiger Stadium. They say the punishment is the result of multiple flagrant and unsportsmanlike acts during the game. The Bulldogs have a bye this Saturday but play next on October 4th against Texas A&M.

After a gut wrenching loss to Northwestern State last weekend, Louisiana Tech will face 5th ranked Auburn at Jordan-Hare Stadium this Saturday. Bulldogs Coach Skip Holtz has preached to his team that they have to put the loss to the Demons in the rear view mirror…

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Auburn comes into Saturday’s game with a 3-and-0 record.

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Morris Claiborne angrily left the team’s practice facility yesterday after learning he had lost his starting spot. The former LSU standout will be replaced by Orlando Scandrick, who returns to the team after serving a two game suspension. Claiborne did return to practice today. The Cowboys face the Saints this Sunday night at AT&T Stadium.

11:30 Newscast September 24, 2014

Louisiana State Police is investigating the death of a 14-year-old high school freshman who was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. The teen is identified as Cameron Tillman, a student at Ellender High School. Trooper Evan Harrell says deputies got a 9-1-1 call around 5:30 Tuesday afternoon…

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The deputy involved in this shooting is not being identified while the investigation is underway.

A new radio ad hitting the airwaves today in the 5th Congressional District feature Phil and Kay Robertson, of Duck Dynasty fame, endorsing their nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress. ULM Political Science Professor Joshua Stockley says Dasher is trying to create legitimacy and name recognition…

cut 6 (09) “endorse him”

He says a lot of people still don’t know who Dasher is, but almost everyone recognizes the Duck Dynasty label.

The UL-System has chosen Dr. James Henderson as the next President of Northwestern State University. Henderson is a 1994 graduate of Northwestern and current Chancellor of Bossier Parish Community College. Enrollment has grown by 85-percent under his leadership at BPCC. Henderson sees growth in Northwestern’s future, but it will be a type of growth…

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Henderson will begin his term at Northwestern January 1st.

In Money Magazine’s 2014 Best Places to Live rankings, Bossier City ranks seventh among the best places to find a new job. The magazine says tourism and gaming are dominant employers, but City spokesman Mark Natale says Bossier City has a lot more to offer…

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Money Magazine’s rankings are based on a community’s unemployment rate, past job growth, and projected job growth.

10:30 Newscast September 24, 2014

Governor Bobby Jindal’s former Health and Hospitals Secretary, Bruce Greenstein, faces perjury charges. Michelle Southern reports…

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The UL-System has selected Dr. James Henderson as the new President of Northwestern State University. Henderson is a 1994 graduate of Northwestern and currently the Chancellor of Bossier Parish Community College. Henderson will begin his term at Northwestern January 1st.

Louisiana State Police is investigating the death of 14-year-old Ellender High School freshman Cameron Tillman who was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. Trooper Evan Harrell says investigating troopers are actively working in this case…

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Harrell says three other suspects were taken into custody at the abandoned home where the shooting took place. A fifth person fled the residence and LSP is asking anyone with information on that person’s whereabouts to call 9-1-1.

Today is the ninth anniversary of Hurricane Rita making landfall on Sabine Pass. Jennings Senator Blade Morrish says southwest Louisiana learned a lot because of Rita. He says the area is concentrating on true hurricane coastal restoration and protection for future storms…

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He says most of the infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Rita has been rebuilt and is functioning well.

09:30 Newscast September 24th, 2014

Former DHH Secretary Bruce Greenstein has been indicted by a grand jury for perjury. The charges stem from allegations Greenstein lied about having contact his former employer that was awarded a MAJOR state Medicaid contract. Assistant Attorney General David Caldwell says corruption needs to stop in Louisiana…:
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Greenstein’s attorney John McLindon says his client is friends with the guys at CNSI and they weren’t discussing the contract.

State Police say a 14-year-old high school freshman from Houma was allegedly shot by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s deputy. Trooper Evan Harrell says someone called 911 Tuesday to report people were running into an abandoned home armed with weapons. He says they aren’t sure what happened when cops arrived…:
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He says LSP is investigating since the teen was shot by a deputy.

The UL-System chooses Dr. James Henderson as the 18th President of Northwestern State University:
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Hurricane Rita made landfall in southwest Louisiana 9 years ago today. Jennings Senator Blade Morrish says before the storm they had about 10,000 people in Cameron Parish:
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But he says most of the infrastructure in the area is rebuilt and functioning well.