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As Black History Month winds down, it was a special moment for one black woman at the Alexandria Police Department on Monday as she makes history.
Dr. Heather Spillers Poole, the Executive Vice Chancellor of Student Services, Enrollment Management and Foundation Relations at Central Louisiana Technical Community College, says she is applying to become the next state superintendent of education.
Tax refund checks are starting to trickle in from early filers. So, make sure you are making that money work for you and fight the urge to blow that money on a shopping spree!
A verdict in the Harvey Weinstein case that led to the start of the Me Too movement. Plus, thousands are gathering at the Staples Center to remember the life and legacy of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and the other lives lost during a tragic accident. Jojuana Phillips and Al Quartemont take a first look at todays top stories.
Slight rain chances then sun by Thursday