Al, Brook, and Steven take a look at the top stories for Monday on Second Look, including reactions to a nine-year-old Mississippi boy being accused of shooting and killing his sister over video games.
Patients being operated on in tents is the reality for veterans living in Puerto Rico, six months after hurricanes hit the island. Kellie Meyer hears what members of Congress are trying to do about it.
Navigating the state's financial woes is what Louisiana State Treasurer John Schroder spoke about to local business leaders at the Cenla Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
A simple 'thank you' can go a long way and Leesville High School students in the Jobs For America’s graduate's program wanted to show law enforcement their appreciation by providing breakfast. KALB's Lydia Magallanes stopped by and has the story.
A small community in Vernon Parish was caught off guard this weekend after a brush fire threatened quite a few homes.
"God in the Workplace" is a seminar happening at LC on Monday night. The featured speaker for that event, Dr. Richard Blackaby, gave a preview of the night’s talk to the monthly gathering of business leaders in Pineville.