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Governor John Bel Edwards says priority number one for him right now is stabilizing the budget, because we must focus on moving Louisiana forward.

 

A poll commissioned by the Louisiana Cannabis Association reveals 72 percent of Louisiana voters are in favor of the medical marijuana legislation.

 

A Senate committee has approved the bill to prevent members of the LGBT community from being fired or turned down for jobs because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

 

The House has approved two more pro-life measures. One of the bills, authored by Baton Rouge Representative Rick Edmonds, prohibits women from getting abortions just because a child will have a genetic disorder.

 

Gov. John Bel Edwards said stalled community college projects in Winnsboro and St. Tammany can restart, but others in Alexandria, Baton Rouge and Westwego will remain mothballed for now.

 

The man who allegedly shot former Saints player Will Smith has been indicted on charges of murder and attempted murder. Cardell Hayes pleaded not guilty and his bond is 1.75 million dollars.

 

Two people are dead following a shootout in Calcasieu parish. Calcasieu Parish Sheriff Tony Mancuso says officers met Cody McAdams in a field, while he was attempting to kidnap his estranged wife Brandy and their 5-year-old child.

 

A Vermilion Parish teacher is behind bars accused of rape.

 

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CSX Train Derails in Northeast D.C., Possible Hazardous Leak

CSX Train Derails in Northeast D.C., Possible Hazardous Leak

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- A CSX freight train has derailednear the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station in Washington D.C. Sunday morning, sending several cars off the tracks.

CSX officials said that 9 cars derailed.

Early reports said the cars may be leaking hazardous materials.

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"Rosebud...!" "Citizen Kane" Premiered in NYC 75 Years Ago Today

"Rosebud...!" "Citizen Kane" Premiered in NYC 75 Years Ago Today

Hulton Archive/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Its still considered by many to be the greatest American film ever made. Seventy-five years ago today, Citizen Kane premiered in New York City.

Orson Welles stars in the film as media magnate Charles Foster Kane, a powerful but ultimately tragic character he based in part on real-life newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst, who was alive at the time ...

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Every bride wants to look and feel amazing on their special day.

Fitness expert Nikki Kimbrough joined Good Morning America's "Wide World of Weddings" to share some great high-intensity interval training workouts that will lengthen and define those arms, sculpt your shoulders and back, tighten and lift those glutes, take in your waist and burn pounds.

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Mother, Daughter Lost in New Zealand Wilderness Were 'Scared to Death'

Mother, Daughter Lost in New Zealand Wilderness Were 'Scared to Death'

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- When Carolyn Lloyd and her daughter from North Carolina disappeared while hiking in New Zealand, Lloyd had to summon her survival instincts when her daughter started to "suffer and die slowly" during their days in the wilderness.

"She was fading on me," said Lloyd, 45. "As a mother, it's terrifying."

"I took a tumble on the water and hit my head on the rock pretty ...

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Ringling Bros. to Live Stream Elephants' Final Performance

Ringling Bros. to Live Stream Elephants' Final Performance

iStock/Thinkstock(PROVIDENCE, R.I.) -- Sunday evening's Providence, R.I. show will mark the end of an era as it is the final time elephants will appear in the show.

The event will be streamed out to fans via Facebook.

Last March, the company said it was retiring its herd of elephants in 2018, but Stephen Payne, of Feld Entertainment, the company that owns the circus said in January that the date...

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Report: Ravens Did Not Draft Laremy Tunsil with No. 6 Overall Pick Because of Video

Report: Ravens Did Not Draft Laremy Tunsil with No. 6 Overall Pick Because of Video

Jon Durr/Getty Images(BALTIMORE) -- Although Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil was the Miami Dolphins first-round draft pick, it's possible he could've ended up with the Baltimore Ravens if it weren't for a last-minute social media scandal.

Sources told ESPN the Ravens would've taken Tunsil with the No. 6 overall pick if a video showing the football player smoking from a bong had not surf...

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