Join Kevin Meeks & Karen Henderson for Baton Rouge's Morning News, 5:30-9 AM on News Radio 1150 WJBO. News updates every 30-minutes from News Radio 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 - Auburn University is training dogs to sniff out bomb vapors to help keep cities safe. Our guests are John Pearce, Asst. Dir. for the Canine Detection Center, and Paul Hammond, Dir. of Canine Services for I-K9, LLC.
6:41 AM - Americans have become addicted to social media. We talk with the author of "Social Rules!", and the co-founder of Splash Media, Paul Slack.
7:11 AM - Our guest is the owner of Reggie's in Tigerland, Darren Adams, who talks about the fight that led to the suspension of Tiger RB Jeremy Hill.
7:41 AM - Baton Rouge is about to go after people with unpaid parking tickets and it could end up costing much more than you think. WBRZ News2's Michael Shingleton has the story.
8:11 AM - A judge has tossed the EBR ordinance that defines a family as it relates to rental property. Attorney Steve Myers brought the suit against the City Parish and he is our guest.
8:41 AM - More surveillance cameras mean more criminals caught on camera. We talk with Casey Belgard, Marketing Director with Certified Alarms in Denham Springs.