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5 arrested in connection with white nationalist Richard Spencer's Florida event

5 arrested in connection with white nationalist Richard Spencer's Florida event

iStock/Thinkstock(GAINESVILLE, Fla.) -- Five arrests were made Thursday in connection with an event that self-described white supremacist Richard Spencer held at the University of Florida campus in Gainesville.

Three men were arrested for their alleged role in a shooting incident following Spencers speech, according to the Gainesville Police Department. The three suspects "engaged in an argumen...

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Afghan soldiers in US for training are going AWOL

Afghan soldiers in US for training are going AWOL

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- Facing a tense security situation at home and few apparent repercussions in the U.S., dozens of Afghan soldiers and security personnel who came to the U.S. for training have gone AWOL -- and the number is increasing, according to the latest report from governments oversight group for Afghanistan.

Hundreds of Afghan troops helping to fight the Taliban in their co...

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More cancer patients are now insured because of health care law

More cancer patients are now insured because of health care law

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- The Affordable Care Act has led to a dramatic decrease in the number of adults with cancer who lacked health insurance, new research shows. But whether future changes to this law could reverse the trend remains to be seen.

We wanted to understand what the ACA did, especially for vulnerable populations, according to Aparna Soni, a doctoral candidate at the Kelle...

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The Avengers assemble to save Puerto Rico

The Avengers assemble to save Puerto Rico

ABC/Lorenzo Bevilaqua(GEORGIA) -- ABC Radio has learned that Scarlett Johansson will assemble her Avengers teammates Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and Mark Ruffalo to help save Puerto Rico, in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

The actors, along with some of Scarletts other famous friends, will reportedly take part in a staged reading of Thornton Wilders Our Town at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, G...

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Rep. Wilson responds to White House chief of staff's criticism

Rep. Wilson responds to White House chief of staff's criticism

Drew Angerer/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Florida Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson responded to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly Friday, assailing him for him comments he made Thursday at the White House.

Kelly, addressing reporters at the White House briefing, rebuked Wilson for her criticism of Trumps comments on a call to the widow of a U.S. soldier killed in Niger from her congressional...

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Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball struggles in NBA regular season debut

Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball struggles in NBA regular season debut

Thomas Northcut/Digital Vision/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) -- Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball made his long-awaited NBA debut against the crosstown rival Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night, but things did not play out as he hoped.

The Lakers lost 108-92, and Ball scored just three points on 1-of-6 shots. He also sat out the entire fourth quarter.

An unsatisfied Ball told reporters afterwards...

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News for Friday 102017

By Dave Graichen

 

Pineville Police have made an arrest in the stabbing death of 42-year-old Latish White.

 

The Louisiana Department of Health believes jambalaya contaminated with salmonella resulted in 49 cases of gastrointestinal illness in Caldwell Parish. Thirty-one people have been hospitalized.

 

Former Louisiana College President Dr. Joe Aguillard has lost his wrongful termination lawsuit against the college.

 

Organized Greek activities at LSU are not allowed to have alcohol at their functions until at least January.

 

NOAA released their winter outlook today and it says La Nina will dictate a warmer and drier winter in Louisiana for a second year in a row.

 

Dr. Craig Greene will be sworn in next week as the Public Service Commissioner who will represent the Baton Rouge, Lafayette, and Houma areas.

 

Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise is hopeful that President Trump’s tax reform package will be passed, giving relief to millions of American’s pocketbooks and corporations.

 

A man on trial in the death of a New Orleans Police officer was declared incompetent to stand trial Thursday.

 

An LSU Health Sciences Center doctor says a clinical study of veterans dealing with brain injuries and disorders has shown a reduction in suicides using hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

 

Coming off of two wins, LSU fans are excited to travel to Oxford, Mississippi to watch the Tigers take on the Rebels.

 

After losing their season opener in Memphis, the Pelicans hope to turn things aroung tonight when they play host to the Golden State Warriors. It will be a late start 8:30. You can hear the game in Cenla on ESPN 1410 & 93.1 HD3

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