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Good Morning News For Wednesday 03/07/18 Audio Link After 7a http://www.cenlabroadcasting.com/media/710.mp3

News for Wednesday 030718

By Dave Graichen

 

The APD continues to investigate the death of a 54 year old man who was struck and killed while walking along Mac Arthur drive Monday night.. Fire department and ambulance personnel arrived and transported the man to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Police have yet to release the victim’s name and the circumstances surrounding the incident.

 

Authorities in St. Tammany Parish report the bodies of a man and a woman who had been missing since February 15th were found in a submerged car at the East Pearl River boat launch on Monday. The Victims have been Identified as 28-year-old Dustin Hartline and 20-year-old Raegan Elizabeth Day. The case is under investigation as a double homicide.

 

With the special legislative session over, lawmakers are looking ahead to the regular session that starts Monday. The question is how the legislature will react to a highly fractured House after accusations of mistrust among members. Baton Rouge Representative Barry Ivey says he can’t see any scenario during the upcoming session where legislators pass a budget. Governor John Bel Edwards agrees that it will be difficult to pass a budget for next fiscal year in the regular session, because lawmakers will see the cuts will be too deep, without raising additional revenue. He says that’s why another special session is likely

 

Now that the special session concluded without a solution to fill a one-billion-dollar budget shortfall in July, TOPS funding could be cut by 80-percent. There are nearly 48-thousand TOPS students. Higher Education Commissioner Joe Rallo says many parents can’t afford to send their kids to college without some financial help. Those college prospects are looking elsewhere to get their education. Rallo says if funding for Higher Education and TOPS is wiped out, it will hurt more than just the students, their families and faculty. It could cripple the state’s economy.

 

Jefferson Parish Representative Kirk Talbot has filed a bill for the regular session, that would let voters decide in October if internet fantasy sports betting should be legal in Louisiana. Opponents might say they don’t want another mode of gambling to come to Louisiana, but Talbot says legalizing online sports betting would provide the state with another source of revenue… Louisiana is one of only a handful of states that doesn’t allow online gambling.

 

The Manship School at LSU has created a game that lets taxpayers put forward their own plan on how to address the billion dollar fiscal cliff. “Solve The Budget” presents players with a list of budget items that can be cut or funded, and tax proposals that can be adopted to rejected to close the budget gap. Manship Dean Jerry Cepos is encouraging everyone to hop online and give it a try. The website is solvethebudget.com the information gathered on the site will be passed on to lawmakers.

 

The Trump Administration is backing a plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. The plan is aimed at making American metal production more competitive at home, but Director of State Projects at the nonpartisan Tax Foundation Scott Drenkard says as a port state, the proposal hits Louisiana particularly hard. The Tax Foundation estimates the tariffs would cost the US 9 billion dollars a year.

 

Livingston Parish deputies have charged 27-year-old Chad Horsley with a hate crime. The Denham Springs man is accused of targeting a Muslim owned convenience store, while impersonating an East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s deputy. Livingston Parish Sheriff Jason Ard says after being confronted with evidence, Horsley cooperated and admitted he picked that store for a reason.

 

Work anxiety is causing sleepless nights and are taking a heavy toll on employees. According to new research from Accountemps, 44-percent lose sleep over work due to a number of factors including overwhelming workloads, looming business problems and strained co-worker relationships. The study identified 50-percent of respondents are overwhelmed with work and the amount of hours devoted to their job.

 

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LSU Baseball @ Lafayette 6p KSYL 970am / 100.3 HD3fm

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