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Cindy has left Louisiana, but not without leaving some flooded roadways behind. DOTD Secretary Shawn Wilson says anyone travelling today would be wise to check 511la.org first.


LRN

Phillip Manuel talks about his upcoming appearance on stage at LSU on Thursday night. Manuel is a New Orleans legend.


Dan Borne talk on the legacy of basketball great Pete Maravich, who would have been 70 years old on Thursday. The LSU and college basketball scoring king died at age 40 of heart failure.


LRN

Meteorologist Jeff Huffman, with the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network, updates us on the latest developments pertaining to the diminishing Tropical Storm Cindy.


Sue Lincoln

Heading to the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) for the latest on Tropical Storm Cindy, I felt my shoulders tightening up, and caught myself thinking, “Oh no, not again!”

But what about those who are still rebuilding from last year’s floods? Is Louisiana prepared to help with the emotional and psychological stress of this event?


Anne Helen Peterson joins us to talk about what she calls the rise and reign of the unruly woman, outlined in her latest book.


Roy Fletcher is a political consultant. He joins us to talk about the significance of the outcome of the recent special election for a Georgia U.S. House seat.


Jan Kasofsky and Jan Laughinghouse of Capital Area Human Services talk with us about the drug abuse epidemic in Baton Rouge.


NOAA/National Hurricane Center

We check in with meteorologist Jeff Huffman with the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network on Tropical Storm Cindy and its effects on southeast Louisiana.


Wallis Watkins

The Louisiana Budget Project, a indepedent nonprofit that studies budget policy in the state, released a report Tuesday detailing how the American Health Care Act could impact Louisiana. 


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