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Arkansas carries out first double execution in U.S. since 2000

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Hi, Felicia: John Witherspoon says another "Friday" movie is in the works

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer defends Trump's 'significant' work in 100 days

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ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- White House press secretary Sean Spicer defended the president's record less than a week before the benchmark of the administration's first 100 days in office.

"When you look at the totality of what we've accomplished ... it is unbelievable what he has been able to do," Spicer said at Monday's press briefing.

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Basketball legend Lisa Leslie shares tips on how to keep your family eating healthy

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Scott Clarke/ESPN Images(NEW YORK) -- Four-time Olympic gold medalist and Basketball Hall of Famer Lisa Leslie was one of the most recognizable figures in the sport across two decades. Since her playing days, she has enjoyed a successful modeling career, earned an MBA, and is an author. She has also continued her involvement in sports, working as a commentator.

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News for Monday 042417

By Dave Graichen

 

The number of people working in Louisiana dropped by 85-hundred between February and March based on the latest employment survey.

 

The investigation continues into the death of a 17 year old Menard student early Sunday morning.

 

The attorney for Norris Greenhouse Jr.’s filed a motion Friday that states his client intends to claim self-defense when he goes on trial in June for the attempted murder of Christopher Few and the death of Few’s son.

 

An agreement between Louisiana State University of Alexandria and Central Louisiana Technical College means students are now able to dual enroll at both schools.

 

The Parc England Hotel and Bistro on the Bayou restaurant, which have been closed since September of last year will be auctioned on May 3.

 

The House Ways and Means Committee has set aside two days to dive into the intricate Commercial Activity Tax proposed by Governor John Bel Edwards.

 

A convicted killer and rapist was not released on parole on Sunday as originally scheduled. Samuel Galbraith was sentenced in 2000 to 71 years in prison for the brutal murder of 21-year-old Karen Hill, a convenience store clerk in Vernon Parish.

 

The Senate Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Committee will look at a proposal today that would exempt items like diapers and tampons from the state sales tax.

 

An-anti tax group called Truth in Politics says a poll they commissioned finds the public doesn’t want to see their taxes increased.

 

Iberia Parish Sheriff deputies are trying to determine who fatally shot an 80-year-old woman.

 

Last week US Senators Bill Cassidy and John Kennedy met with White House officials seeking an additional $2 billion for flood recovery.

 

 

The Louisiana National Guard says the burn chamber at Camp Minden will be leaving soon.

 

Police are searching for three armed men who robbed three other men when their vehicle was broken down on Interstate 10 on the Bonne Carre Spillway.

 

A major construction project begins today on the first 8 blocks of Bourbon Street.

 

Sports..

 

The LSU Tiger Baseball team dropped the series' rubber match 10-2 yesterday afternoon. By the time the seventh inning had ended, LSU had allowed a season high 17 hits. That topped  the mark of 16 set by the Wildcats in Friday’s series opener.

 

LSU coach Ed Orgeron was not happy with how his quarterbacks played in the spring game.

 

 

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