Mon Jan 27 05:04:35 PST 2020

Lunch Kids 01-27-20

Today's lunch kids are from Rosenthal Montessori.

Cenla tornado survivor shares message of safety

Melba Phillips lost everything in the December 16th tornado.

A History of Education

Thousands of lives in Louisiana have been impacted by a family you may not have even ever heard of. However, chances are you know someone with a college degree that wouldn't have been possible without them. So, as we celebrate black history month, Matt Houston from our Gray station in Baton Rouge explains how the descendants of slaves preserved their history and shaped so many others.

Remembering 'Puggie', NOLA woman killed by parade float

Authorities say 58-year-old Geraldine Carmouche was hit by a float in the Krewe of NYX Parade. Witnesses say she tried to cross in between a tandem float when she tripped over its hitch and was run over. A tandem float has two sections that are connected in the middle. Carmouche's family takes some time to talk about the woman they say loved everyone.

CLTCC national signing day

Central Louisiana Technical Community College, along with other National Coalition of Certification Centers schools, hosted National Career and Technical Education Letter of Intent Signing Day at the new downtown campus on Thursday.

Recap of Democratic Debate in Las Vegas

Stephen Handwerk, Executive Director of La. Democratic Party, shares his thoughts on last night’s Democratic Debate held in Las Vegas.

 

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