Second Look Top Stories (3-8-2018)

Al and Brooke take a look at the top stories for Thursday on Second Look, including reactions to McDonald's flipping its arches for International Woman's Day.

Tom's Overnight Forecast

Tom looks over the forecast for Tuesday and the remainder of the work week.

La Lawmakers Return for Third Special Session

Members of the House and Senate returned to Baton Rouge after being called back by the Governor after the two previous special sessions failed to get the numbers he wants.

Garnett goes from Bolton to LC

New Wildcats freshman putting in the work to make transition to college an easy one.

New Special Needs Summer Program in Cenla

Due to the lack of programs in the area, two local teachers started a new reading camp this year for students with special needs. KALBs Allison Bazzle.

Local Non-Profit Helps Children in Foster Care

About 65% of foster children in the Alexandria region do not have a home to be placed in, according to the Department of Children and Family Services. Several ordinary moms noticed the need, came together, and created a non-profit to try and provide a solution. KALBs Whitney Robertson reports.

DA Files Writ Against Police Jury

The Rapides Parish District Attorney's Office has filed a petition for a Writ of Mandamus against the Rapides Parish Police Jury and its treasurer, Bruce Kelly, after the jury voted last week to slash the DA's budget by $700,000.


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