Caddo school board may try privatizing two schools
Jerry Sandusky, 68, arrives at a preliminary court hearing to determine whether there is enough evidence for the case against him to go to trial. He waived the hearing, opting instead to go straight to court. (Source: CNN))
A once-in-a-lifetime view of the Transit of Venus.
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One of the main issues before the Caddo School Board is whether to hire an outside company to run alternate schools. Budget debate tonight.
The Caddo Parish School Board could vote at a special meeting Tuesday to approve the budget for the upcoming school year. One major item on the agenda still not resolved is whether to privatize the alternative school system within the district. At 5, KSLA News 12's Brittany Pieper will join us live from the meeting with the latest.
The judge in the child sex abuse trial of former Penn State assistant football coach will not sequester the jury despite extensive media coverage of the case.
It's a spectacle that won't repeat for another century - the sight of Venus slowly inching across the face of the sun. It happens just after 5:00 p.m. local time tonight. We will have live coverage at 5. Plus, we've got special online coverage of the rare celestial event on ksla.com! It includes a live stream of the transit, plus related stories and slideshows.
When couples say "I do" their money habits may come as a shock and cause conflict. At 5, we've got expert tips on keeping perfect financial harmony, in today's Consumer Watch.
Here's another chance to try to win our House for Hope. Join us at 5 and 6 as we take you to the house that could be yours for $100 dollars. Reserve your ticket now.
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