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Tuesday headlines

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Sugar Bowl officials admit violating tax laws regarding tickets to an event honoring a former Louisiana governor.   Find out the details on WAFB 9NEWS at 5pm.

Will suspended LSU Quarterback Jordan Jefferson be required to testify when a grand jury begins hearing testimony in his bar fight case tomorrow?  WAFB's Jim Shannon tells us how the process will work - tonight on 9NEWS at 6pm.

Also at 6, local reaction from younger people on the military ending the "don't ask, don't tell" policy for gays in the military.   Today was the first day military people can openly declare their sexual preference.

The race for Louisiana Attorney General has ended.   The one candidate challenging Attorney General Buddy Caldwell dropped out of the race today. He's former New Orleans Congressman Joseph Cao.

Tyana Williams profiles the candidates running for West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff, at 6pm.

Stocks zoomed high today but ended the day up only seven points,.

Partly cloudy tonight with some areas of dense fog.  Tomorrow,  Partly cloudy with a high of 90.

Check out the 90 minute WAFB News Block starting a few minutes from now at 5 p.m.

 

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