LRN Newscast 16:30 10-27-14

It’s a different kind of poll that’s out from Suffolk University about the Louisiana Senate race. This one actually takes a look at the primary and includes retired Air Force Colonel Rob Maness. Maness polled 11-percent of the vote. However, when the poll shifts to a Landrieu-Cassidy runoff, Cassidy has a 7-point lead.

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That’s Dr. Michael Henderson, who is the Director of LSU’s Pulic Policy Lab.
The brother of the Gretna man who died during the LSU game Saturday night inside Tiger Stadium says that’s how Brian Tingley would have wanted to go. Ross Tingley says his brother was a 35 year season-ticket holder, and leaves behind a wife…

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East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner Dr. Beau Clark says the 59-year-old died of complications related to heart disease.

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Louisiana State Police say a head-on collision in Assumption Parish has taken the life of a 10-year-old girl and sent three others to the hospital. Eric Gill has more…

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The bond for the former mayor of Sorrento arrested last week on 40 counts of possessing child porn, has been set by a judge at just over $1 million dollars. Forty-one year-old Wilson Longanecker faces up to 20 years in prison on each count if convicted.

4:45 LRN Sportscast October 27

The Southeastern Conference announced today LSU will be fined five-thousand dollars, because thousands of fans spilled onto the field following the Tigers thrilling 10-7 win over Ole Miss on Saturday.

The league has also announced that’s LSU next game, November 8th against Alabama, will be televised by CBS and the game will kick-off at 7 PM.

Meanwhile, a private ceremony in Baton Rouge will be held for Martha Miles, the mother of Les Miles, who passed away the night before the win over Ole Miss. Miles received the game ball following the Tigers win over the Rebels…
cut 20 (19) “…great team”

What a performance last night by Saints running back Mark Ingram. The former Heisman Trophy winner rushed for 172 yards and a touchdown in the Saints 44-23 win over the Green Bay Packers. Ingram gives the credit to the guys blocking for him….
cut 30 (10) “…with my instincts”
The Saints will be back on the practice field tomorrow as they play again on Thursday against Carolina. A win over the Panthers and the Black and Gold will be back in first place in the NFC South.

Ragin Cajuns sophomore running back Elijah McCuire has been named the Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week. McGuire had a career-high 265 yards rushing and four touchdowns in UL Lafayette’s 55 to 40 win over Arkansas State.

McNeese State’s Brent Spikes is the Southland Defensive Player of the Week. Spikes had three interceptions, returning one for a touchdown in the Cowboys 41-21 win over Incarnate Word.

LRN Newscast 15:30 10-27-14

A Suffolk University poll on the US Senate race shows the two front-runners in a statistical dead heat leading up to next Tuesday’s election. Dr. Michael Henderson, Director of LSU’s Public Policy Lab, says this poll is different…

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In the run-off between the two, Cassidy has a 7 point lead over Mary Landrieu.

 

State Police say a head-on collision in Assumption Parish has taken the life of a young girl and sent three others to the hospital. Trooper Evan Harrell says a Honda Civic was traveling south on LA-1 in Napoleonville and crossed the center and crashed a northbound Nissan Altima …

CUT 3 (06) “struck head-on”

Ten-year old Naveah Pierson was not buckled up, and was prounounced dead at the scene.

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The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s office says a Prairieville man is under arrest for allegedly ramming a vehicle over and over while his wife and another male victim were inside. Major Ward Webb says 33-year-old Gerald Asay saw his wife in a car another man was driving and got angry…

CUT 6 (10) “in the last collision”

The result send six to the hospital, and Asay facing numerous charges, including attempted first-degree murder. Asay’s 3 year old little girl was inside his vehicle.

 

East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner Dr. Beau Clark says the 59-year-old man who died in Tiger Stadium Saturday night passed away from complications related to heart disease. According to Ross Tingley, his brother Brian never missed a game.

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Brian Tingley was a 35 year season ticket holder.

LRN Newscast 14:30 10-27-14

A Prairieville man is under arrest for allegedly ramming a vehicle over and over while his estranged wife and another male victim were inside while at a red light…

CUT 8 (03) Q: “in his vehicle”

That’s Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office Major Ward Webb, who says 33-year-old Gerald Asay faces numerous charges.

 

The brother of the Gretna man who died at Tiger Stadium says Brian Tingley died doing what he loved…

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Yet another poll on the US Senate race, but this one looks more at the New Orleans area, and what the run-off might look like. A Suffolk University poll of 500 voters shows that the news is not too good for Senator Mary Landrieu…

CUT 11 (07) Q: “very strange”

That’s Dr. Michael Henderson, Director of LSU’s Public Policy Lab.

 

A young girl is dead and three others were sent to the hospital following a head-on collision on Highway in Napoleonville Sunday night. Trooper Evan Harrell says 10 year-old Naveah Pierson of Gray was not restrained, and was pronounced dead at the scene…

CUT 5 (11) Q: “at all times”

They do not suspect impairment in that crash.

 

 

PM Newscall October 27th, 2014

Louisiana State Police say a head-on collision in Assumption Parish has taken the life of a 10-year-old girl and sent three others to the hospital. Eric Gill has more…

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The brother of the Gretna man who lost his life at Tiger Stadium Saturday night during the game says Brian Tingley died doing what he loved. Michelle Southern reports…:

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Louisiana State Police say a head-on collision in Assumption Parish has taken the life of a 10-year-old girl and sent three others to the hospital. Trooper Evan Harrell says a Honda Civic was traveling south on LA-1 in Napoleonville and crossed the center line where a Nissan Altima was traveling north…

CUT 3 (06) “struck head-on”

Harrell says the Altima tried to avoid the Civic, but was struck head-on. He says Naveah Pierson of Gray was not restrained at the time of the accident and was pronounced dead at the scene. Harrell says the three others involved in the crash were not seriously injured…

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Harrell says impairment is not a suspected factor in this crash and the investigation is ongoing. He says this is a tragic reminder that children of all ages should be properly restrained while riding in a vehicle…

CUT 5 (11)  “at all times”

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The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s office says a Prairieville man is under arrest for allegedly ramming a vehicle over and over while his wife and another male victim were inside. Major Ward Webb says 33-year-old Gerald Asay saw his wife in a car another man was driving and got upset

CUT 6 (10)  “in the last collision”

Webb says the suspect rammed into the back of the car his estranged wife was in while they were at a red light and that caused them to hit another car…:

CUT 7 (05) “moderate injuries”

Webb says at least 6 people were injured in the crash. Asay faces multiple charges including two counts of attempted first-degree murder murder, three counts of negligent injuring, aggravated criminal damage to property and reckless operation. Webb says the suspect also had a passenger in his car…:

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A Suffolk University poll on Louisiana’s US Senate race shows the two front-runners in a statistical dead heat leading up to next Tuesday’s election. 36-percent said they would vote for Democrat incumbent Senator Mary Landrieu in the primary, while 35-percent chose Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy. Dr. Michael Henderson, Director of LSU’s Public Policy Lab, says this poll is different than most…

CUT 9 (12)  “would be”

He says this poll actually takes a look at the primary and includes retired Air Force Colonel Rob Maness. Maness polled 11-percent of the vote. However, when the poll shifts to a Landrieu-Cassidy runoff, it shows Cassidy with a 7-point lead over the incumbent. Henderson says that lead is a little bigger than what we’ve seen in other surveys…

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The poll surveyed 500 voters across the state October 23-26. Henderson says it’s rare for a three-term Senator, like Landrieu, to be considered an underdog going into an election…

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The brother of the Gretna man who died during the LSU game Saturday night says that’s how Brian Tingley would have wanted to go. Athletic officials released a statement saying it appears the fan suffered a heart attack in the 4th quarter of the Tigers 10-7 win over Ole Miss. Ross Tingley says his brother was a 35 year season-ticket holder…:

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East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner Dr. Beau Clark says the 59-year-old was pronounced dead at 11:25 Saturday night. Tingley says it didn’t matter if LSU was having a bad year, his brother never missed a game…:

CUT  13 (09) “happily at least”

Dr. Clark says the Plaquemines Parish coroner’s office is handling the investigation but they found the fan died from complications related to heart disease. Tingley says his brother is survived by his loving wife…:

cut 14 (08) “good person”

13:30 Newscast October 27, 2014

The two front-runners in Louisiana’s US Senate race are in a statistical dead heat leading up to next Tuesday’s election, according to a Suffolk University poll. 36-percent said they would vote for Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu in the primary, while 35-percent chose Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy. However, when the poll shifts to a Landrieu-Cassidy runoff, it shows Cassidy with a 7-point lead over the incumbent. Michael Henderson, Director of LSU’s Public Policy Lab, says that lead is a little bigger than what we’ve seen in other surveys…

cut 10 (05) “seeing in polling”

The poll surveyed 500 voters across the state October 23-26.

A head-on collision in Assumption Parish has taken the life of a 10-year-old girl and sent three others to the hospital. Trooper Evan Harrell says says Naveah Pierson of Gray was not restrained at the time of the accident and was pronounced dead at the scene. Harrell says the three others involved in the crash were not seriously injured…

cut 4 (03) “in the area”

Harrell says impairment is not a suspected factor in this crash and the Louisiana State Police investigation is ongoing.

A Prairieville man is under arrest for allegedly ramming a vehicle over and over while his wife and another male victim were inside. Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Major Ward Webb says 33-year-old Gerald Asay saw his estranged wife in a car another man was driving and got upset. He says the suspect rammed into the back of that car while they were at a red light and that caused them to hit another car…

cut 7 (05) “moderate injuries”

Asay faces multiple charges including two counts of attempted first-degree murder murder.

The brother of the Gretna man who died during the LSU game Saturday night says that’s how Brian Tingley would have wanted to go. Athletic officials released a statement saying it appears the fan suffered a heart attack in the 4th quarter of the Tigers 10-7 win over Ole Miss. Ross Tingley says his brother was a 35 year season ticket holder…

cut 12 (09) “he was there”

East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner Dr. Beau Clark says the 59-year-old was pronounced dead at 11:25 Saturday night.

12:30 Newscast October 27th, 2014

A Suffolk University poll on Louisiana’s US Senate race shows the two front-runners in a statistical dead heat leading up to next Tuesday’s election. 36-percent said they would vote for Democrat incumbent Senator Mary Landrieu in the primary, while 35-percent chose Republican Congressman Bill Cassidy. Dr. Michael Henderson, Director of LSU’s Public Policy Lab…:
CUT 9 (12) “would be”
He when the poll shifts to a Landrieu-Cassidy runoff, it shows the Congressman with a 7-point lead over the incumbent.

Gas prices dropped another 2 cents last night. The Current Statewide average for a gallon of regular is now $2.88 according to the American Automobile Association.

Louisiana State Police say a head-on collision in Assumption Parish has taken the life of a 10-year-old girl and sent three others to the hospital. Eric Gill has more…:
CUT 1 (32) “reporting”

 

11:30 Newscast October 27th, 2014

Louisiana State Police say a head-on collision in Assumption Parish has taken the life of a 10-year-old girl and sent three others to the hospital. Trooper Evan Harrell says a Honda Civic was traveling south on LA-1 in Napoleonville and crossed the center line where a Nissan Altima was traveling north…:
CUT 3 (06) “struck head-on”
He says the young child, Naveah Pierson of Gray, was not restrained at the time of the accident and was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s office says a Prairieville man is under arrest for allegedly ramming a vehicle over and over while his wife and another male victim were inside. Major Ward Webb says 33-year-old Gerald Asay saw his wife in a car another man was driving and got upset
CUT 6 (06) “in the last collision”
He says at least 6 people were injured in the crash. Asay faces multiple charges including two counts of attempted murder.

We are now eight days away from the November 4th primary election and polls still show a considerable amount of undecided voters. Scott Carwile has more…:
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Coach Les Miles lost his 91-year-old mother on Friday night then about 24 hours later he was awarded the game ball by his team after LSU stunned the 3rd ranked team in the nation on Saturday night in Tiger Stadium. The Bayou Bengals are now No. 16 in the latest AP poll and NO. 17 in the Coaches poll. Miles has time to grieve as the team is off this weekend before their November 8th home game against Alabama.

10:30 Newscast October 27th, 2014

The November 4th primary election is happening in 8 days and many analysts say there is still no clear front-runner in the two big Congressional races. In the 5th District ULM Political Science Professor Joshua Stockley says Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo and Congressman Vance McAllister are the most well known, but it’s entirely possible another challenger could get out more votes…:
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He says anything could happen in the 6th District too.

The man who passed away at Tiger Stadium at the end of LSU’s dramatic win over Ole Miss Saturday has been identified as 59-year-old Brian Tingley of Plaquemines Parish. East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner Doctor Beau Clark says he died of natural causes
CUT 7 (08) “this point”
LSU says it appears Tingley had a heart attack during the game.

Deputies in Ascension Parish say a Prairieville man was arrested over the weekend for allegedly ramming his estranged wife’s car over and over while she was inside with another man. They say the incident caused a three-vehicle accident which injured 6 people. 33-year-old Gerald Asay faces many charges including two counts of attempted first-degree murder and three counts of negligent injuring.

Les Miles wrapped up an emotional 24 hours with another fourth quarter come from behind win over the Ole Miss Rebels on Saturday night. Jeff Palermo has the story…:
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09:30 Newscast October 27, 2014

With just over a week to go before election day, there is still a lot of uncertainty looming in the two big Congressional races. Michelle Southern reports…

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The man who died at Tiger Stadium towards the end of LSU’s dramatic 10-7 win over Ole Miss has been identified as 59-year-old Brian Tingley of Plaquemines Parish. East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner Doctor Beau Clark says every effort was made to resuscitate Tingley….

cut 9 (03) “not enough”

He says Tingley died from complications related to cardiovacular disease.

The November 4th primary election is next Tuesday and polls still show a considerable amount of undecided voters. Political analyst Bernie Pinsonat says you can expect both Democrats and Republicans to concentrate on their “ground game” and “get out the vote” strategies. He says these are being discussed as “game changers”, but Pinsonat isn’t so sure about that…

cut 6 (13) “in the polls”

Pinsonat says, at this point, candidates kind of throw most undecideds out the window since they are unlikely to vote.

Louisiana State Police say a head-on collision in Assumption Parish has taken the life of a 10-year-old girl and sent three others to the hospital. Authorities say Neveah Pierson of Gray was killed when the vehicle she was traveling in crossed the center line and struck another car yesterday afternoon. The driver, 31-year-old Sommer Pierson, Naveah’s mother, and another passenger are hospitalized with moderate injuries. The driver of the other vehicle also received moderate injuries. The investigation is ongoing, although authorities do not suspect impairment to be a factor.