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Milo Yiannopoulos appearing at Cal Poly amid racially charged climate on campus

Milo Yiannopoulos appearing at Cal Poly amid racially charged climate on campus

Michael Masters/Getty Images(SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif.) -- Controversy surrounds Milo Yiannopoulos speech this evening at the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, after the school was at the center of multiple racially charged incidents in recent weeks.

The Cal Poly College Republicans Club is hosting the "Fake News Panel" Thursday evening, which will include YouTube personal...

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Serena Williams dishes on being a new mom and "being" herself in upcoming HBO docu-series, "Being Serena"

Serena Williams dishes on being a new mom and "being" herself in upcoming HBO docu-series, "Being Serena"

ABC/Lorenzo Bevilaqua(NEW YORK) -- Thanks to her daughter Olympia, Tennis star Serena Williams says shes now more motivated than ever when she returns to the court.

"Im having the best time as a mom," Williams told Good Morning Americas Robin Roberts. "I just walked out and was giving her extra hugs and extra kisses."

The 23-time Grand Slam winner said Olympia brings out "patience in me."

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Group to hold a '0.5K' race for charity, a running event 'for the rest of us'

Group to hold a '0.5K' race for charity, a running event 'for the rest of us'

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Have you ever wanted to participate in a charity run, but dont actually want to run very far? This might be the race for you.

A group in Boerne, Texas is hosting "The Boerne 0.5K," a 0.3 mile race, and its being billed as a "running event for the rest of us."

The "very fun, tongue-in-cheek event" intended to "lampoon the typical 5K" will benefit the charitable org...

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North Korea's Kim Jong Un crosses DMZ line for historic meeting with South Korea

North Korea's Kim Jong Un crosses DMZ line for historic meeting with South Korea

Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has crossed the line dividing the demilitarized zone (DMZ) to meet with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in whats being described as a historic summit.

The two leaders shook hands at the Military Demarcation Line dividing the North from the South, smiling, chatting and posing for photos together. Holding hands, they cros...

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American Airlines sued after passenger who suffered midflight emergency dies

American Airlines sued after passenger who suffered midflight emergency dies

Oswell Family Handou(NEW YORK) -- The family of a South Carolina woman who died after suffering a medical emergency midflight is now suing American Airlines alleging wrongful death.

Brittany Oswell, 25, suffered an embolism while flying from Honolulu, Hawaii to Dallas, Texas two years ago. The lawsuit claims the flight crew never attempted to make an emergency landing and that the onboard medica...

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Ex-cheerleaders offer to end lawsuit against NFL for $1

Ex-cheerleaders offer to end lawsuit against NFL for $1

iStock/Thinkstock(MIAMI) -- Two former NFL cheerleaders who are suing the league for discrimination said they are not in it for the money.

Former Miami Dolphins cheerleader Kristan Ware and former New Orleans Saints cheerleader Bailey Davis are offering to end their discrimination cases for just $1 a piece if NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and league lawyers would agree to a meeting.

"This was ne...

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News for Thursday 042618

By Dave Graichen

 

Come to find out Albert Micklus, the suspect in a weekend home imvasion, was indeed armed and dangerous. The RPSO says Micklus had a loaded AR-15 when a Rapides Parish Sheriff K-9 found him hiding in a bunk bed of a Hoyt Road homeowner's travel trailer.

 

In this case, he wasn’t really dangerous,  just stupid.. Kevin Warden, an inmate at detention center 3 walked away from the facility yesterday but was captured a short time later.

 

The House Criminal Justice Committee approves a constitutional amendment that calls for all 12 members of a criminal jury to agree on the guilt or innocence of an accused person.

 

A man wanted in Ouachita Parish shot and killed himself Tuesday night after being stopped by a Georgetown Police Department officer.

 

A Senate-approved bestiality bill that’s been grabbing headlines passed unanimously through a House committee.

 

Secretary of State Tom Schedler told a Senate committee his office is looking at improving its anti-harassment policies.

 

The state legislature decided they would protect residents from Tangipahoa from themselves and decided not to give residents there the opportunity to vote on whether they want a riverboat casino in their parish.

 

The House Education Committee passed a proposal that would require schools provide a 30 minute recess break to students.

 

Festival season is kicking off in Louisiana. This weekend may be the busiest, with huge celebrations in New Orleans and Lafayette.

 

Baton Rouge police say a two-year accidentally shot his eight-year-old brorther inside a vehicle.

 

Smoothie King is moving its corporate headquarters from New Orleans to Dallas.

 

legislation that would allow a family to install a surveillance camera inside a nursing home room so it can keep tabs on their loved one is moving closer to final passage.

 

State Police has arrested a Morehouse Parish Deputy for alleged inappropriate sexual contact with an inmate at the detention center in Bastrop.

 

Cuban tree frogs have moved into New Orleans, and are now threatening to muscle out the locals according to the US Geological Survey.

 

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The first round of the NFL drafts begins this evening.. Hear live coverage beginning at 6pm on 94.7 ESPN

 

The LSU Tigers begin a three game series this evening @ Ole Miss.  Catch all three games on KSYL beginning with tonight’s game airtime 7:30p KSYL 970am / 100.3


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