Join Kevin Meeks & Karen Henderson for Baton Rouge's Morning News, 5:30-9 AM on 1150 WJBO. News updates every 30-minutes from 1150 WJBO's Don Grady and Fox News Radio, and sports with Richard Condon at :15 & :45 past each hour. Plus your phone calls and Facebook comments on the top story of the hour at :21 past each hour.
6:11 AM - A new strain of norovirus, known as the winter vomiting bug is on the rise and is easily spread. The flu vaccine has no effect on it. Comments from DHH State Epidemiologist Dr. Raoult Ratard.
6:41 AM - Teachers are being trained to notice when students may not be normal and that training is being sponsored by drug companies. We talk with CNSNews.com's Gregory Gwyn-Williams.
7:11 AM - An immigration reform update from Fox News Radio's Rich Johnson.
7:41 AM - Reports indicate that businessman John Georges has a "serious interest" in buying The Advocate. What would that mean for Baton Rouge? We talk with Business Report Executive VP J.R. Ball.
8:11 AM - U.S. Rep. Dr. Bill Cassidy comments on what the BP guilty plea means to our state.
8:41 AM - Is it true? 12.3 million fewer chicken wings because of a government mandate concerning ethanol? What could that mean for snacks for the Super Bowl? We talk with Shawn Martini, Communications Director with the Consumer Energy Alliance.