17:30 Newscast October 24th, 2014

The Department of Health and Hospitals is monitoring a New Orleans-area man for signs of the Ebola virus. State Health Officer, Dr. Jimmy Guidry, says the Centers for Disease Control informed them about a man who had recently traveled to one of the Ebola-infected countries. Guidry says DHH immediately followed up with the man…:
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Guidry says there are no cases of Ebola in Louisiana and he feels comfortable that medical personnel are prepared if a case should develop in the state.

The state continues to enjoy nice prices at the pump and it looks to get even better. Gassbuddy.com shows Louisiana with the statewide average for a gallon of regular at 2.92 but many stations are far lower.

A West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy has been arrested for allegedly using his badge to have sex with prostitutes. Baton Rouge Police Department Corporal L Jean McKneely says Deputy Florian Deutsch was targeting women on Backpage.com and was arrested at the Motel 6:
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He says Deutsch would inform the prostitutes he was a police officer and if they had sex with him, he would not arrest them.

For the tenth time in the television show’s history, ESPN College GameDay will broadcast live tomorrow morning on the LSU campus. Host Chris Fowler says of course they’ll talk a lot about the game between the Tigers and Ole Miss and they’ll also highlight the great tailgating that goes on before the game…:
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The Tigers head into tomorrow night’s game as a slight underdog against the undefeated Rebels.

LRN Newscast 16:30 10-24-14

The Department of Health and Hospitals is monitoring a New Orleans-area man for signs of the Ebola virus. State Health Officer, Dr. Jimmy Guidry, says the Centers for Disease Control informed them about a man who had recently traveled to one of the Ebola-infected countries.

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Two more people from Marrero are being observed for symptoms after returning from an infected area.

 

A West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy has been arrested for allegedly using his badge to have sex with prostitutes. It is alleged that Deputy Florian Deutsch (doich) had arranged to meet a prostitute at a motel Thursday…

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That’s Baton Rouge Police Department Corporal L Jean McKneely.

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Tomorrow will be the biggest day of the season on the LSU campus as 3rd ranked, undefeated Ole Miss comes to town. It’s also Homecoming and university officials are urging fans to arrive early and attend ESPN’s College Gameday on the LSU Parade Grounds. Parking Director Adam Smith says it’ll help everyone if you plan to come to campus earlier than you normally would…:

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Kick-off is scheduled for 6:15 pm.

 

Five people have been arrested in Baton Rouge during a big drug bust Wednesday night involving high grade marijuana and other drugs. BRPD reported the BRAVE team made the bust at a motel, where investigators said they seized 12.4 pounds of “purple” marijuana worth thousands of dollars per pound.

LRN Newscast 15:30 10-24-14

The lastest on the Ebola watch in the state has two more people from Marrero being watched for symptoms, after they have recently returned from an infected area overseas, bringing the total number on the observation list to four. State Health Officer Dr. Jimmy Guidry says if a case does show up, they’re ready…

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It was not the first time for a certain West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy that used his badge to proposition a prostitute. Baton Rouge Police Department Corporal L Jean McKneely says their investigation showed how Deputy Florian Deutsch (doich) would do it…

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After a tip, Deutsch was arrested on Thursday as he meeting a prostitute at a hotel.

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ESPN will be setting up College Football Game Day on the Parade Grounds of the LSU campus prior to the LSU-Ole Miss game. Host Chris Fowler says, even with Ole Miss being favored, LSU is tough to beat home…

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In Monroe, ULM will play its first home football game since September 27th when they take on Texas State tomorrow night. The Warhawks are 3-and-3 on the season so far, and Quarterback Pete Thomas says they need to correct the problems they have been having…

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The Warhawks are in the middle of the pack in the Sun Belt Conference standings.

 

In Lafayette, a man is dead after veering of the road on his motorcycle, striking a mailbox, and being thrown from his bike. Twenty-year-old Justin Rice of Lafayette died from his injuries, and that crash is still under investigation by the Lafayette Police Department.

LRN Sportscast 16:45 October 24

LSU and Ole Miss meet for the 103rd time on Saturday night in Tiger Stadium. The Tigers head into tomorrow night’s game as a slight underdog against the undefeated Rebels. ESPN College GameDay host Chris Fowler says the matchup is intriguing because LSU is tough to beat at home, and they are trying to knock off a national title contender…
cut 13 (06) “…to it”
Kick-off is at 6:15.

ULM will play its first home football game since September 27th when they take on Texas State tomorrow night in Malone Stadium. The Warhawks are 2-and-1 in the Sun Belt and in the middle of the pack in the conference standings. Quarterback Pete Thomas says winning the league and playing in a bowl game are two goals still in reach….
cut 15 (10) “…get those done”
Kick off against the Bobcats is set for 6:00 on Saturday.

The Saints can possibly turn their season around with a win on Sunday night against Green Bay. The Packers have won four in a row and Quarterback Aaron Rogers has been unstoppable during this streak, with 13 touchdown passes. He goes up against a defense that ranks 28th in passing yards and 27th in points allowed. Kick-off is at 7:30.

Those involved in high school athletics are still buzzing about the sudden departure of L-H-S-A-A executive director Kenny Henderson. His last day on the job is Friday. The search for Henderson’s replacement has already started. Past-president of the LHSAA, Todd Guice, will chair a committee that will seek out qualified candidates….
cut 18 (20) “…budget”
An official reason on why Henderson lost his job was not given. But there’s been unrest within the association over the split of the football playoffs between public and private schools.

LRN Newscast 14:30 10-24-14

A New Orleans-area man is being monitored for signs of the Ebola virus. State Health Officer Dr. Jimmy Guidry says the man did travel to an infected country…

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And now reports that officials are monitoring 2 more people from Marrero who have returned for an infected area, just to make sure.
A West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy has been arrested for allegedly using his badge to have sex with prostitutes. Baton Rouge Police Department Corporal L Jean McKneely says -after a tip – they found out Deputy Florian Deutsch (doich) had arranged to meet a prostitute at a motel Thursday…

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Deutch has been fired from the The West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Department.
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A record number of people are expected to be inside Tiger Stadium Saturday for the LSU/Ole Miss game. Michelle Southern reports.

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Hammond Police are on the hunt for a blue 2005 Dodge Caravan with Florida plates, after the a report of a woman going into the Racetrac store, asking people if they wanted to buy a child. The older, possibly Hispanic woman was accompanied by a 10 – 11 year old child. If you have any any information, contact Hammond Polcie or 9-1-1.

PM LRN Newscall October 24

A record number of people are expected to be inside Tiger Stadium Saturday for the LSU/Ole Miss game. Michelle Southern reports.

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A New Orleans-area man, who recently traveled to an Ebola-infected country, is being monitored by the Department of Health and Hospitals. Jeff Palermo has the story…

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Tomorrow will be the biggest day of the season on the LSU campus as 3rd ranked, undefeated Ole Miss comes to town. It’s also Homecoming and university officials are urging fans to arrive early and attend ESPN’s College Gameday. Parking Director Adam Smith says it’ll help everyone if you plan to come to campus earlier than you normally would…:

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Kickoff for the LSU-Ole Miss game is scheduled for 6:15pm and the game will be televised on ESPN. Activities will start early as the GameDay crew will be live from the parade grounds starting at 8am. Smith says, some fans are finding this inconvenient, but the postgame plan will be the same with a southbound contraflow planned on Nicholson…:

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Smith says you can get live traffic and parking updates online at lsusports.net/parking. The game is sold out as a record crowd of over 102,000 fans are expected for the contest between the SEC West Division rivals. Smith says that’s a lot of people to be in one place so he requests the purple and gold nation to be patient…:

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A West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy has been arrested for allegedly using his badge to have sex with prostitutes. Baton Rouge Police Department Corporal L Jean McKneely says their investigation began when informants told detectives that a law enforcement officer was coercing them into having sex. He says Deputy Florian Deutsch (doich) arranged to meet a prostitute at a motel Thursday…

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McKneeley says their investigation revealed that this was not Deutsch’s first time to proposition a prostitute. He says Deutsch would use Backpage-dot-com to make contact with these individuals…

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He says Deutsch would inform the prostitutes he was a police officer and if they had sex with him, he would not arrest them. The West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office fired Deutsch when BRPD informed them about the arrest. McKneely says Deutsch was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison…(Deutsch is charged with malfeasance in office, prostitution, and abuse of office.”

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The Department of Health and Hospitals is monitoring a New Orleans-area man for signs of the Ebola virus. State Health Officer, Dr. Jimmy Guidry, says the Centers for Disease Control informed them about a man who had recently traveled to one of the Ebola-infected countries. Guidry says DHH immediately followed up with the man…

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Guidry says the man agreed to be monitored for 21 days to make sure he doesn’t come down with any symptoms. The man is considered to be low risk for Ebola since he had no contact with any Ebola patients while abroad. Guidry says the CDC leaves it up to state health officials and the individual whether or not the individual will remain confined to their home during the 21-day Ebola monitoring period…

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Guidry says two Louisiana residents have recently returned from Ebola-impacted areas and both agreed to stay home for the 21 days. He says as we learn more facts about Ebola, some of the fear associated with the virus is subsiding. Guidry says there are no cases of Ebola in Louisiana and he feels comfortable that medical personnel are prepared if a case should develop in the state…

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For the tenth time in the television show’s history, ESPN College GameDay will broadcast live tomorrow morning on the LSU campus. Host Chris Fowler says of course they’ll talk a lot about the game between the Tigers and Ole Miss and they’ll also highlight the great tailgating that goes on before the game…

CUT 12 (12) “like here”

The Tigers head into tomorrow night’s game as a slight underdog against the undefeated Rebels. Fowler says the match-up is intriguing because LSU is tough to beat at home, and they are trying to knock off a national title contender

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ULM will play its first home football game since September 27th when they take on Texas State tomorrow night in Malone Stadium. The Warhawks are 3-and-3 on the season, but rank last in the Sun Belt for points per game. Warhawks Quarterback Pete Thomas says they’ve been working to correct that…

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The Warhawks are 2-and-1 in the Sun Belt and in the middle of the pack in conference standings. Thomas says winning the conference and playing in a bowl game are two goals that are still in reach

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13:30 Newscast October 24, 2014

A New Orleans-area man, who recently traveled to an Ebola-infected country, is being monitored by the Department of Health and Hospitals. Jeff Palermo has the story…:
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The Hammond Police Department says they are searching for two people accused of trying to sell a young girl at a gas station this morning. They say a 911 call came in with a woman saying she was at the Race Track and a man and woman were going around asking people if they wanted to buy the girl who appeared to be about 10 years old. Cops are looking for a dark blue dodge van with license plate BSXR89.

Tomorrow will be the biggest day of the season on the LSU campus as 3rd ranked, undefeated Ole Miss comes to town. Parking Director Adam Smith says they want fans to come early and enjoy ESPN’s College GameDay which starts at 8am. He says they know some fans find the contraflow on Nicholson inconvenient, but the postgame plan will be the same:
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Kickoff for the LSU-Ole Miss game is scheduled for 6:15pm and the game will be televised on ESPN.

With Halloween a week away you might be thinking about getting decorative contact lenses as part of your costume, but federal officials are sending out a warning. ICE Homeland Security Investigations spokesman Bryan Cox says it’s important for people to understand that contact lenses are regulated as a medical device…:
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12:30 Newscast October 24, 2014

The Department of Health and Hospitals is monitoring a New Orleans-area man for signs of the Ebola virus. State Health Officer, Dr. Jimmy Guidry, says the Centers for Disease Control informed them about a man who had recently traveled to one of the Ebola-infected countries. Guidry says DHH immediately followed up with the man…:
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Guidry says there are no cases of Ebola in Louisiana and he feels comfortable that medical personnel are prepared if a case should develop in the state.

Kenny Henderson is out as executive director of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association. Henderson has led the LHSAA, which governs high school athletics, since 2007. His contract was set to expire next summer, but past-president of the LHSAA, Todd Guice, says both sides felt now was the time for a change.

A former Deputy with the West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s office lost his job after his arrest alleging he was meeting up with prostitutes from Backpage.com. The Baton Rouge Police Department made the arrest and Cororal L’Jean McKneely says they were monitoring the free classified website Deputy Florian Deutsch (doich) was using…:
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Deutsch is charged with malfeasance in office, prostitution, and abuse of office.

ESPN’s College Gameday is setting up on the LSU Parade Grounds. That’s where they’ll broadcast a three-hour pregame show tomorrow morning, prior to tomorrow night’s LSU-Ole Miss game which kicks off at 6:15pm.

LRN sportscast 11:40 October 24

ESPN’s College Gameday is setting up on the LSU Parade Grounds. That’s where they’ll broadcast a three-hour pregame show tomorrow morning, prior to tomorrow night’s LSU-Ole Miss game. How big will the two defenses play tomorrow. The Tigers want to put pressure on Ole Miss Quarterback Bo Wallace, while the Rebels will look to add to the 15 interceptions they’ve already collected this season.

Other games of note tomorrow….Louisiana Tech is at Southern Miss, ULM hosts Texas State and Southeastern Louisiana is at Stephen F Austin.

Saints Coach Sean Payton is known for using motivational tactics. Well this time he’s used a cartoon to fire up his players for Sunday night’s game against Green Bay. The cartoon was placed in each player’s locker and it shows one man in a tunnel with a pickaxe inches away from finding diamonds, but giving up, while another man was running full speed towards the diamonds. The words “Never Give Up” are on the bottom.

Kenny Henderson is leaving his post as executive director of the Louisiana High School Atheltic Association. It’s said to be a mutual decision between Henderson and the LHSAA executive committee. Past President of the LHSAA and Ouachita Parish High principal Todd Guice would not say why Henderson will not serve out the remainder of his contract. There’s been unrest within the LHSAA about the recent split of public and private school football playoffs, but Guice says that one issue is not the reason for Henderson’s departure…
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Guice says the search for Henderson’s replacement has already started.

The game of the night in high school football last night was in Shreveport as Byrd remained undefeated with a 24-17 win over Parkway in overtime.

11:30 Newscast October 24, 2014

A West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Deputy has been arrested for allegedly using his position to have sex with prostitutes. Baton Rouge PD Corporal L Jean McKneely says informants told detectives that a cop was coercing them into having sex. He says Deputy Florian Deutsch (doich) arranged to meet a prostitute at a motel Thursday…:
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He says they believe Deutsch was using BackPage.com to make contact with prostitutes. The suspect was fired after his arrest.

The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s office says a security officer in charge of catching and reporting shoplifters at Wal-Mart was arrested for allegedly stealing over $500 in store merchandise. They say Joshua Faulk took DVDs, CDs, closting, electronics and food while he was working loss pervention duties for the store. He was booked for theft.

State health officials say they are monitoring a New Orleans area man for signs of the deadly Ebola virus. Department of Health and Hospitals spokeswoman Olivia Watkins confirmed Thursday that the federal Centers for Disease Control alerted the state to the individual who had just returned from a visit to an Ebola affected country.

Tomorrow will be the biggest day of the season on the LSU campus as 3rd ranked, undefeated Ole Miss comes to town. It’s also Homecoming and university officials are urging fans to arrive early and attend ESPN’s College Gameday. Parking Director Adam Smith says it’ll help everyone if plan to come to campus earlier than you normally would…:
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Kickoff for the LSU-Ole Miss game is scheduled for 6:15pm and the game will be televised on ESPN.