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The Louisiana Association Of Broadcasters announced their Prestige Awards yesterday and it was a good day for Cenla Broadcasting.  Congratulations to KRRV 100.3 won Louisiana Radio Station of the year for large markets.. Max & Mark on Q93 won the award for best radio personality team in the state and Magic 100.9’s Murphy, Sam & Jodi won the award for the state’s best morning show..  Congratulations also to our friends over at KALB TV5, they won TV station of the year.

 

After a complaint was made earlier this month and a subsequent internal affairs investigation, another Rapides Parish Sheriff’s corrections officer has been fired. 

 

The mother of a newborn tossed in the trash in February of last year has pleaded guilty in the 9th Judicial District Court to negligent homicide.

 

Four suspects have been arrested in Ball on charges relating to narcotics and illegal gun possession.

 

The Louisiana Oil and Gas Association met yesterday for it’s annual gathering in Lake Charles with the industry showing some signs of life in the Gulf of Mexico.

 

Spring is in the air and with that comes spring cleaning and home improvement projects, but the State Fire Marshal’s office is warning the public of the dangers of the chemicals they may be using could be a fire risk.

 

Two people were killed, four others injured, when a car that was apparently stolen slammed into a beauty salon in New Orleans.

 

The State Attorney General’s office reports, five Louisiana Medicaid recipients have been arrested on charges related to welfare fraud.

 

60 years ago the Golden State, hoping to stem the tide of 20th century extinctions, agreed to ban the sale of “endangered” animal products in their state by 2020. One of the animals listed was alligators, and Louisiana Sea Grant Spokesperson Mark Shirley says California’s legislature may not be aware that we’ve got about as many gators as registered voters.

 

Presently, state law limits the total amount of bottles of wine that can be shipped to a home to 144 bottles that do not exceed 750 ml per bottle. But if a proposed new law in the upcoming session makes its way onto the books, the bottle size limitation would be a thing of the past.

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LSUA Men’s Basketball team meets Bethal University at 10:45a this morning in the 2nd round of the  National Championship Tournament  hear the game on 94.7 ESPN

 

LSU moves on to the second round of the NCAA tournament after beating Yale 79-74.

LSU will play Maryland on Saturday.

 

It’s LSU Baseball this afternoon as the Tigers begin a three game series at Georgia. Saturday’s game will be preempted by Basketball. But Sunday’s game will be broadcast. Airtime 5:30p this afternoon on KSYL 970AM / 104.9FM


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