Join Kevin Meeks & Karen Henderson for Baton Rouge's Morning News, 5:30-9 AM on 1150 WJBO. News updates every 30-minutes, and Tiger, Jag, and Saints football updates from Richard Condon at :15 & :45 past each hour.
6:11 AM - Fiscal cliff: What will it look like if it happens, how bad will it really be? Comments from Fox News Radio's Rich Johnson.
6:21 AM - Baton Rouge Metro Airport is growing, again, with a newly enlarged rotunda set to be completed early next year. What will it mean for the airport? We talk with Metro's Assistant Director of Aviation, Ralph Hennessy.
6:41 AM - Traffic/Red light cameras may be coming to Pointe Coupee Parish. We check-in with Police Juror Justin Cox who is pushing the measure.
7:11 AM - Syria is now moving chemical weapons? True, according to at least one US official. Comments from Fox News terrorism expert Dr. Walid Phares.
7:21 AM - Louisiana's two teacher unions are hindering efforts to improve schools with education reform. Comments from Louisiana Superintendent of Education John White.
7:41 AM - For most the holidays are a time of happiness, but for some it is a time of deep depression. What are the warning signs of suicide? We talk with Norma Rutledge, Executive Director of the Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center.
8:11 AM - Fox News Radio's Jennifer Keiper reports on November auto sales numbers.
8:41 AM - A preview of "The Nutcracker: A Tale from the Bayou" with Nicole Marie Naquin, Baton Rouge Ballet Theater Director of Development and Communications.