|Posted on 4/23/2017 2:46:00 PM.|
It was a miserable day in Lexington on Sunday. Cold, breezy and bone-chilling rain fell for much of the game. But that didn't seem to bother Kentucky. The Wildcats jumped on LSU starting pitcher Eric Walker early and kept adding on as the game went for a 10-2 victory over the Tigers.
|LSU, Kentucky. Eric Walker, Justin Lewis, Austin Bain, Nick Coomes|
|Posted on 4/23/2017 3:34:00 AM.|
U.S. Representative Mike Johnson believes members of the House are moving closer to agreeing on a bill that would overhaul healthcare in the country. Johnson says many Congressmen were frustrated with the previous legislation that was pulled at the last minute but he’s hopeful new amendments will secure passage through the House and Senate.
|healthcare, Mike Johnson, Congress|
|Posted on 4/22/2017 7:57:00 PM.|
For the first time in a long time, an LSU spring game didn't feature a toss dive. Instead, we saw all kinds of pre-snap shifts, motion and a bunch of fake hand-offs. But it didn't produce many points, as defensive coordinator Dave Aranda had his guys ready.
The Purple team led the White team 7-3 when the game was halted 4:02 before halftime.
|LSU, Dave Aranda, Kevin Toliver, Grant Delpit, Danny Etling, D.J. Chark|
|Posted on 4/22/2017 8:32:00 AM.|
The state Parole Board has rescinded the parole for convicted killer and rapist Samuel Galbraith. The former Ft. Polk soldier was set to be released Sunday, after he was granted parole in November. But it has been learned the state failed to properly notify the victim's mother. A notification letter was sent to an address in Albany, New York, instead of her home in Albany, Illinois.
|Samuel Galbraith, Karen Hil, parole rescinded, Kisatchie National Forest|
|Posted on 4/22/2017 4:21:00 AM.|
If you love to eat, LSU needs your help. The Sensory Services Lab on the Baton Rouge campus is recruiting Tiger Tasters to sample tasty new foods before they hit the shelves. Sensory Services Lab Manager Ashley Gutierrez says the AgCenter works with food companies developing new healthy food items.
|Ashley Gutierrez, LSU AgCenter, Tiger Tasters, |
|Posted on 4/21/2017 12:24:00 PM.|
Governor John Bel Edwards admits there's not much legislative support for his controversial Commercial Activity Tax, which would raise hundreds of millions dollars to help stave off a looming budget crisis. But Edwards says he's disappointed that an alternative plan hasn't been proposed by House Republican leaders.More
|John Bel Edwards, Commercial Activity Tax, House Republican leaders, |
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