Al, Brooke, and Steven look at the top stories for Wednesday on Second Look.
Some are calling it a 'pink wave'. Women running for office in record numbers and in many cases, winning.
Back in March, Rapides District Administration proposed new freshmen academies at Bolton and Peabody High School. Yesterday, both schools kicked off their academies with a freshman only day and on Wednesday all grades were back on campus for a true first day. KALBs Allison Bazzle reports.
A Fort Polk medic's quick response saved another soldier's life following an allergic reaction to a bee sting during weapons qualification this month.
Victims of sex abuse by Pennsylvania Catholic priests are speaking out after an explosive grand jury report. The Pennsylvania attorney general has called it the U.S.'s largest, most comprehensive report into child sex abuse in the Catholic Church.
The Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office has arrested a Pineville woman who they say stole money from the Ward 10 Dixie Youth Baseball Association.