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KQID 93.1

93.1 HD1

CHR

100,000 Watts

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KRRV 100.3

100.3 HD1

Country

100,000 Watts

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KZMZ 96.9

100,000 Watts

Classic Rock

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KKST 98.7

R&B & Hip Hop

50,000 Watts

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104.9 FM/ 970AM

 100.3 HD3

Talk Radio

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94.7 ESPN

Also 1410am & 93.1 HD3

Sports 24 & 7

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93.1 HD2/ 100.9fm

Lite Rock Favorites

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100.3 HD2

The Legend Is Back

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60's & 70's

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8-year-old killed, 3 others hospitalized in shooting at Alabama mall

z1b / iStockBy Catherine Thorbecke, ABC News

(HOOVER, Al) -- An 8-year-old was shot and killed and three others were injured in a shooting at a mall in Hoover, Alabama, on Friday.

Police said they responded to a scene at the Riverchase Galleria, near the food court, after multiple 911 calls reporting shots fired.

Among the three others injured in the shooting was another juvenile, Hoover police sa...

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Santiago Manuin, tireless defender of the Amazon rainforest, succumbs to COVID-19

Neil Giardino/ABC NewsBy NEIL GIARDINO, ABC NEWS

(NEW YORK) -- Santiago Manuin, one of the most celebrated defenders of Perus Amazon rainforest and the leader of the Awajn tribe, whose vast and besieged territory spans the countrys mountainous northern region along the Ecuador border, died on Wednesday of COVID-19. He was 63.

Manuin devoted his life to defending his tribe and their ancestral l...

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You don't need symptoms to get tested, CDC director tells ABC News

valentinrussanov / iStockBy Anne Flaherty, ABC News

Even people without symptoms should get tested for COVID-19 if they have reason to suspect they might have been exposed to the virus, including being part of a crowd, Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told ABC News on Friday.

The latest recommendation came as major commercial labs said their resourc...

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Vanessa Williams and John Stamos host a socially-distanced 40th Anniversary of 'A Capitol Fourth' for PBS

PBS(NEW YORK) -- For many people in the post-pandemic world, this will be quite a different Fourth of July; in many areas, gatherings of large groups are still forbidden, and so even backyard Independence Day parties have been dashed.

The same social distancing rules apply for PBS annual star-studded salute to the country,A Capitol Fourth. This years 40th annual event will be hosted byVane...

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Pence's Arizona trip was delayed due to Secret Service agents testing positive for COVID-19

Official White House Photo by D. Myles CullenBy JACK DATE, ABC News

(WASHINGTON) -- Secret Service agents in Arizona on Monday tested positive for COVID-19 or showed signs of illness while preparing for a trip involving Vice President Mike Pence, leading to the government postponing the trip originally planned for Tuesday to Wednesday, a government official familiar with the matter tells ABC New...

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Washington Redskins to undergo 'thorough review' of team name

Phil Ellsworth / ESPN ImagesBy LAUREN LANTRY, ABC News

(ASHBURN, Va.) -- The Washington Redskins, the NFL football team representing the nations capital, announced Friday it would begin a thorough review of its controversial name that Native Americans have long objected to as racially offensive.

In a statement the team said the decision was made in light of recent events around our country an...

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KSYL State & Local News

 

What's Happening From CBS News 6/22/20 (Click To View)

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News for Thursday July 2nd, 2020

 

Governor Edwards warns the state is on a bad trajectory of COVID case growth that could, if it were to continue, have him consider putting some restrictions back in place.  Louisiana reported over 2,000 new COVID-19 cases yesterday, the 3rd largest single-day increase since the pandemic began and the highest since April 4th, the peak of the pandemic. We now have over 60,000 positive tests since March. 14 more people have been hospitalized as well, along with 17 new deaths. Rapides: 1,578 cases (+42) / 62 deaths (+3)

 

Baton Rouge will now be one of three locations selected by the feds to ramp up testing by 5000 more tests per day.

 

State Health Officer Dr. Jimmy Guidry calls a pop theory advocating for the purposeful COVID infection of people under the guise of creating herd immunity a “myth”.

 

Sheriff-Elect Mark Wood officially took the title as Sheriff in the police jury room at the Rapides Parish Courthouse. Wood, who’s been in office for two months already, was first sworn in at the end of April, and a second time on Wednesday, since July 1 is officially when his term begins.

 

Also yesterday, Grant Parish Sheriff Steven McCain was sworn in to 3 tern as sheriff. On July 1, 2012, Steven McCain proudly took the oath of office as the new Sheriff of Grant Parish.  At the age of 34,  McCain was the youngest Sheriff in Louisiana.

 

KALB reports The Rapides Parish School District will be assuming control of all Head Start operations here in the parish effective immediately .

 

The Legislature approved a series of tax breaks for COVID-impacted businesses. Governor Edwards says he has his concerns with passing tax breaks at a time when revenue is already suffering. Proponents of the tax breaks say they are necessary to save businesses on the brink right now financially.

 

State Treasurer John Schroder announces that small businesses can begin applying for $275-million dollars’ worth of grants to supplement losses from COVD-19 towards the end of the month.

 

Southern University unveils its line of THC-based medical marijuana products known as AYO (I-O). 

 

Eighteen private law firms have teamed up with the ACLU of Louisiana in a litigation campaign to challenge discriminatory policing practices.

 

To help keep students engaged in the learning process over the summer, the Louisiana Department of Education will partner with LPB and offer televised math instruction.

 

The Louisiana Department of Veteran’s Affairs is asking citizens to participate in a letter-writing campaign to show support to those in veteran’s homes.

 

Sports..

 

The Saints Preseason could be set to get two games shorter according to a report from Pro Football Talk.

 

Pels rookie sensation Zion Williamson will be one of three cover athletes for NBA 2k21, the long-running basketball video game.

 

ESPN reports the NBA will not have an age limit for coaches heading into the “bubble” in Disney World for the restart of the NBA season. The league assured coaches and staff that those with those who are high risk for other reasons may be told to stay home.

 

LSU Pitcher Ben McDonald, second basemen Todd Walker, and shortstop Alex Bregman have been named to the ESPN all-time college baseball team.

 

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