A committee of Louisiana lawmakers is entertaining the idea of legalizing marijuana for medical use. Tune in at 5 to hear why one lawmaker is asking for a study on the possibility, and how the idea is already seeing some opposition.
At 5, hear what Louisiana State Police have to say about the idea.
Also making headlines across Louisiana today is Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter's announcement that he will be a candidate in Louisiana's 2015 governor's race. Click here for reaction from the other candidates already in the race.
We're also hearing from our Republican representative in Congress. Rep. John Fleming will join us in the studio to answer our questions on everything from long-term unemployment benefits to how defense spending cuts could affect the mission at Barksdale Air Force Base.
Plus, we've got stories on water woes from Shreveport to Mooringsport. From the downside of living downhill from a leak to the smelly problem blamed on salvinia on Caddo Lake.
In Bossier Parish, $6M plans to raise the Red Chute levee are moving forward. It's all in hopes of preventing the kind of flooding that was seen in 2009, when the bayou reached levels not seen in 2 decades and threatened homes. We have the details on who's footing the bill for the flood prevention plan.
If you're a fan of Toby Keith, you'll want to tune in at 6. We have the details on plans to bring the country star's very first bar and grill to the ArkLaTex.
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