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News for Monday June 1st, 2020


Cenla Broadcasting notes the tragic loss of twin brothers’ Ben & Blake Cooper. The two were tragically killed in a private plane crash Sunday afternoon just after taking off from Pineville Municipal Airport at Lake Buhlow. Ben, a mental health hospital administrator, and Blake, the Executive Director of the Central Louisiana Regional Port) were both popular in the Cenla Community. Each leaves behind a spouse and children. One son of Blake was also on board and is said to have survived the crash. Although no medical status is known of the boy at this time.


The Alexandria Police Department reports a homicide in the city yesterday.


Today is the first day of the 2020 hurricane season and there’s the possibility we could see a tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico later this week.


30 year old Cody Richardson, a former Correctional Officer with the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office Detention Center 1, in Alexandria, Louisiana, pleaded guilty in court Friday to three counts of using excessive force against pretrial detainees housed at the facility.


Governor John Bel Edwards is expected to announce at 2:30 today whether the state is ready to move into Phase 2 of reopening the economy.


Families of children who receive free or reduced-price meals are eligible for Pandemic EBT cards to help offset those meals lost when schools closed early, but they need to act fast.


Legislation blocking coastal local governments from suing the oil industry for damages dies in the House as the bill sponsor admits they just ran out of time to pass it this year.


Tort reform legislation that supporters say will lower auto insurance rates is expected to be sent to the Governor today.


Legislation allowing delivery services that use contract workers to deliver alcohol is headed to the Governor’s desk.


Newly drafted LSU Quarterback Joe Burrow calls for all Americans to show support for the black community in the wake of George Floyd’s death.


Mental health advocates warn that the reopening of the economy may lead to more anxiety as people try to adapt to the new normal.


There will be several changes when college students return to campus in the Fall due to COVID-19. University of Louisiana System President Jim Henderson says it’s all designed to protect the students, staff, and faculty. For example, changing the calendar so students will complete the semester before Thanksgiving.


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