Another possible black eye tonight for the New Orleans Saints' top brass. ESPN is reporting that General Manager Mickey Loomis had his Superdome suite wire-tapped to let him listen in to the coaches from the visiting team as games were going on. The report alleges that the wire-tap went on for nearly three full seasons. 9sports Jacques Doucet will have much more on the developing story on 9News at 6.
Some good news to report... The S-Curve on eastbound I-12 will go away tomorrow morning!
Now to the CATS tax vote... It was a yes from Baton Rouge and Baker; the tax to fund the Capitol Area Transit system passed this weekend, but there still seems to be confusion over who will pay. WAFB's Tyana Williams has the continuing coverage.
State workers gathered at the Capitol today to protest a bill which would overhaul the State's pension plans. Capitol Correspondent Jim Shannon will have a live report from the Capitol on 9News at 5.
There are new developments tonight in the Trayvon Martin case; the accused shooter, George Zimmerman has bonded out of jail, and a key figure in the investigation is resigning. We will have the latest for you tonight on 9News at 5 and 6.
How about this beautiful spring weather?! Tuesday gets off to a chilly start for late April, with record lows possible! Tune in tonight on 9News at 5, 6, 9, and 10 for the latest on your forecast.