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  • YOUR TURN: Too Much Tragic News

    YOUR TURN: Too Much Tragic News

    Friday, May 15 2015 12:22 PM EDT2015-05-15 16:22:56 GMT
    This week's “Your Turn” segment goes to Jane Honeycutt. Honeycutt sent us an email last week expressing concern about our news coverage. Specifically, she believes we're showing too much news about tragedies, and especially reporting on funerals.More >>
    This week's “Your Turn” segment goes to Jane Honeycutt. Honeycutt sent us an email last week expressing concern about our news coverage. Specifically, she believes we're showing too much news about tragedies, and especially reporting on funerals.More >>
  • Our Turn: Sewer Problems

    Our Turn: Sewer Problems

    Tuesday, May 12 2015 6:32 PM EDT2015-05-12 22:32:51 GMT
    It's not quite an inalienable right, but it's pretty darn close. We're talking about the right to live our lives free from untreated raw sewage in our homes and neighborhoods.More >>
    It's not quite an inalienable right, but it's pretty darn close. We're talking about the right to live our lives free from untreated raw sewage in our homes and neighborhoods.More >>
  • YOUR TURN: Mother Murdered in Baton Rouge

    YOUR TURN: Mother Murdered in Baton Rouge

    Friday, May 8 2015 11:58 AM EDT2015-05-08 15:58:22 GMT
    This week's “Your Turn” segment goes to Tiffany Lynn Musso. Musso is one of dozens of people on our Facebook page who reacted to the story about the kidnaping of the two-year-old girl and the murder of her mother. More >>
    This week's “Your Turn” segment goes to Tiffany Lynn Musso. Musso is one of dozens of people on our Facebook page who reacted to the story about the kidnaping of the two-year-old girl and the murder of her mother. More >>
  • OUR TURN: LSU Students Protest Cuts

    OUR TURN: LSU Students Protest Cuts

    Tuesday, May 5 2015 12:09 PM EDT2015-05-05 16:09:42 GMT
    It's not hard to get LSU students excited about their football team on a fall afternoon, but they were having some difficulty getting worked up about the threat of huge funding cuts to their university. That changed last week when hundreds of students marched on the state capital to fight for their future.Louisiana's $1.6 billion state budget shortfall has put higher education in the crosshairs.More >>
    It's not hard to get LSU students excited about their football team on a fall afternoon, but they were having some difficulty getting worked up about the threat of huge funding cuts to their university. That changed last week when hundreds of students marched on the state capital to fight for their future.Louisiana's $1.6 billion state budget shortfall has put higher education in the crosshairs.More >>
  • YOUR TURN: Entergy Workers Threatened

    YOUR TURN: Entergy Workers Threatened

    Friday, May 1 2015 12:00 PM EDT2015-05-01 16:00:50 GMT
    This week's “Your Turn” segment goes to Tanya Businelle. Businelle is one of hundreds of people on our Facebook page who reacted to the story about the Entergy power crew being threatened in the Glen Oaks neighborhood.More >>
    This week's “Your Turn” segment goes to Tanya Businelle. Businelle is one of hundreds of people on our Facebook page who reacted to the story about the Entergy power crew being threatened in the Glen Oaks neighborhood.More >>
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