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 big story of the hour at :21 past each hour.
6:11 AM - Our guest is Carrie Severnio, Chief Counsel and policy director of the Judicial Crisis Network, Dean's Visiting Scholar at Georgetown Law Center. Carrie talks about what the Supreme Court may do with the gay marriage issues.
6:41 AM - The LSU Faculty Senate has cast a unanimous vote of "no confidence" in the Board of Supervisors and is critical of the new pick for Chancellor. LSU Faculty Senate President Kevin Cope is our guest.
7:11 AM - The Central Thruway is nearing completion. It will connect EBR's newest city with I-12. What kind of economic development could it mean for Central? We talk with Central's Chief Administrative Officer David Barrow.
7:41 AM - The LEAP test is on it's way to becoming a thing of the past. What is replacing it and how will it measure what a student has learned? Our guest is Stephanie Desselle with the Council for a Better Louisiana (CABL).
8:11 AM - Social media anxiety: Is Facebook and Twitter stressing your teens? Guest: Dr. Daniel Kirsch, President of the American Institute of Stress.
8:41 AM - The new casino/resort, L'Auberge has been open more than six months. What has been it's impact on the casino business in Baton Rouge? Comments from L'Auberge VP Marketing, Kim Ginn.