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October 20, 2017
Buddy Roemer’s Book, Scopena: A Memoir of Home, Invasive Species Spread in Louisiana, New Orlean’s Artist Jacqueline Bishop

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October 13, 2017
The Story of Pilot Barry Seal, Reentry Support, Election Day Decisions, Louisiana Film Prize

October 6, 2017
In the aftermath of the stunning massacre in Las Vegas, we delve into the discussion that happens routinely in the wake of deadly shooting events. We’ll look at the rewrite of the Farm Bill and what impact could Louisiana farmers face with it. There’s a huge honor for LIGO - the pioneering local facility won a Nobel Prize! Also, Direct Primary Care providers don’t accept insurance but provide unlimited visits through a monthly membership fee. Could this be a possible alternative to rising healthcare costs? All of this plus Headlines of statewide interest.

September 29, 2017
The latest on a possible state tax reform ahead of the fiscal cliff. Leaders of Entergy Louisiana talk about a national consortium of utilities sending help to hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico, which remains largely without power and facing a humanitarian crisis. Plus, hear the reactions as some state lawmakers want to pull taxpayer dollars and incentives from the NFL Saints after protests during the national anthem.

September 22, 2017
State elections, accused murderer stopped, Jewish and Muslim faiths new year in September

September 15, 2017
Charter Public Schools, Cannibalistic Caterpillars, POW Vets, Artist Conrad Albrizio

September 8, 2017
The Future of Flood Insurance, The State of Working, Is There an Uptick in Crime?, Vietnam and Louisiana, Thibodaux Recognizes the 1887 Massacre

September 1, 2017
The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Louisiana and the many ground zero spots in Texas, plus the evolution and emerging presence nationally of the help force known as the “Cajun Navy.’ Their essential role in disaster rescue and recovery. Kelly Spiers looks at the damage Harvey has caused to a number of the state’s main crops, and how farmers might recover. Also, a Shreveport veteran has written a book in an attempt to shed the ghosts of Vietnam. Walter Delphin says “Boots in the Grass” has helped him cope with the tragic memories.

August 25, 2017
TOPS scholarship, Knock Knock Museum, Hurricane information

August 18, 2017
LSU Innovation Park Veterans, Barksdale Air Force Base, The Great American Eclipse of 2017

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