Casey Anthony in Red Stick?

In Baton Rouge?
In Baton Rouge?

Members of the media tracking the possible whereabouts of Casey Anthony say she might have made a stop in Baton Rouge.   READ ABOUT IT NOW BY CLICKING HERE.

It may mean a sigh of relief for LSU football fans. The NCAA today charged the Tigers with "major recruiting violations" but because of LSU's self-administered punishments, the NCAA slapped the Tigers with only a year of probation.   What does this mean for the team?  The 9SPORTS team weighs in at 5pm and then, at 6pm, we check in live with Matt Moscona of 104.5FM for his insight.  Give us your thoughts, now, on WAFB's Facebook page!

Search crews have found the body of a girl who fell into Lake Borgne after a collision between two boats.   We have the details at 5pm.

At 6pm, we'll have a follow up on that leak from the Apex Oil Company from West Baton Rouge which we first showed you last night on our 10 p.m. news. The steam we showed you last night was laced with ammonia.

Tyana Williams has details of a possible answer to the million dollar debt the local bus system says will force a shutdown come October. There may be a rescuer on the horizon.

Governor Jindal has announced what could be the one of the largest capital investments in Louisiana history. It will be a $6-billion expansion of Cheniere's Sabine Pass Terminal in Cameron Parish to liquefy natural gas for shipping aboard tankers.

And we're hearing that Borders plans to start closing all its remaining book stores around the nation. That's 400 stores and 11-thousand workers.

The New York Stock Market enjoyed one it's biggest one-day increases in history. Up 202 points. It was driven by better than expected earnings reports from giant corporations like Coca-Cola and IBM.

The WAFB Storm team sees a few spotty showers tonight with a low by morning of 74 degrees.

Tomorrow, Partly Cloudy with only a 20 percent chance of thundershowers, high around 94.

Join for South Louisiana's most comprehensive evening newscast beginning at 5:00 p.m.with Cheryl Mercedes and Andre Moreau at 5, the CBS Evening News at 5:30 and George Sells and Donna Britt with the local wrap up, plus sports at 6 p.m.