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Florida sheriff investigating if deputies remained outside school during shooting

Florida sheriff investigating if deputies remained outside school during shooting

iStock/Thinkstock(PARKLAND, Fla.) -- The Broward County Sheriffs Office is investigating reports that three of its deputies remained outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the midst of the Feb. 14 shooting rampage instead of entering the school, Sheriff Scott Israel confirmed to ABC News.

"If there is no wrongdoing in the part of our deputies, well move on," Israel said Friday. "If th...

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Syrian ceasefire wins UN Security Council approval after a week of delays while hundreds of civilians died

Syrian ceasefire wins UN Security Council approval after a week of delays while hundreds of civilians died

Mohammed Elshamy/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The United Nations Security Council voted unanimously on Saturday to adopt a resolution demanding a temporary humanitarian ceasefire across war-torn Syria, a measure that was delayed several times this week while hundreds of civilians died in airstrikes by the Syrian government and its allies.

The resolution demands all parties to cease h...

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Beyond Parkland and other mass shootings, children are wounded and killed by guns daily: Study

Beyond Parkland and other mass shootings, children are wounded and killed by guns daily: Study

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- In the days since 17 children and teachers were fatally shot at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, at least 21 other children have been killed by gun violence in the U.S., according to shootings tracked by the nonprofit Gun Violence Archive.

Janaya Swain, 4, was sitting in the backseat of her mothers car in Akron, Ohio, on Feb. 16 with her ...

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"Simpsons" producer claps back at Ted Cruz calling Democrats the party of Lisa Simpson

"Simpsons" producer claps back at Ted Cruz calling Democrats the party of Lisa Simpson

THE SIMPSONS and 2017 TCFFC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.(LOS ANGELES) -- Its unwise to try to plant your flag in the backyard of one of the sharpest writing teams in television history, but thats just what Sen.Ted Cruzdid Thursday evening, when he tried to knock Democrats by invokingThe Simpsons.

According toThe Hollywood Reporter,Cruz was speaking at the Conservative Political Action Confer...

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Democrats release redacted memo pushing back on GOP claims of DOJ abuse of government surveillance powers

Democrats release redacted memo pushing back on GOP claims of DOJ abuse of government surveillance powers

Drew Angerer/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee have released a redacted memo meant to push back on Republicans claims of DOJ and FBI abuse of government surveillance powers to spy on a former Trump campaign adviser.

President Donald Trump objected to the release of the memo two weeks ago, citing national security concerns.

In a letter to the committee at t...

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American men's curling team wins gold medal for first time ever at Olympics

American men's curling team wins gold medal for first time ever at Olympics

Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images(PYEONGCHANG, South Korea) -- John Shuster and his ragtag squad made history for the United States by winning its first-ever gold medal in curling.

"It feels almost unbelievable," said curler Matt Hamilton immediately after the match. "We came out here with great intensity and just had to believe we could do it."

Neither the Americans, who were slight underdo...

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By Dave Graichen

 

A 15 year old Rapides Parish Student was arrested yesterday and has been charged with five counts of terrorizing and one count of obstruction of justice for allegedly sending threatening emails to several schools in the parish.

 

City of Alexandria utility customers have recently reported receiving fraudulent calls from individuals claiming to be City representatives inquiring about utility rebates and rebate credits and asking for personal information.

 

Gridlock continued at the Capitol Thursday as state lawmakers did not move any closer to closing a nearly one-billion dollar budget deficit that’s caused by expiring sales taxes.

 

Medicaid reform legislation was pulled from consideration in the House Health and Welfare Committee before it could be voted on, maintaining the special session’s current run of inaction.

 

In the wake of the Florida school shooting that left 17 dead, Chalmette Representative Raymond Garafalo is planning to reintroduce a bill in the regular session that would allow school educators to carry weapons on campus if they have proper training.

 

A high school student was arrested and two other elementary school students have been suspended from their respective schools in LaFourche Parish for alleged threats.

 

Secretary of State Tom Schedler faces accusations of sexual harassment. A lawsuit filed in state court in Baton Rouge alleges that Schedler sent a female state worker love letters, made sexual advancements and gave her unwanted gifts, including sex tapes.

 

An LSU study paid for by the waterway and shipyard industries found that the downturn in oil prices resulted in a loss of 21-thousand jobs and 1.4 billion dollars in wages from 2014-2016. The closure of the Avondale Shipyards in Jefferson Parish resulted in five-thousand lost jobs alone.

 

There are some big Louisiana Lottery winners that haven’t claimed their prizes, which are in some cases at least 50-thousand-dollars.

 

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Two college baseball powerhouses meet this weekend at Alex Box Stadium as 14th ranked Texas visits 22nd ranked LSU.

 

In Basketball.. LSU has a chance to build on its NCAA Tournament resume on Saturday when they visit Georgia.

 

In NBA action, the Pelicans Play host to the Miami Heat tonight. Airtime 6:30p on 94.7 ESPN.

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