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Police in eastern Wisconsin made a traffic stop and found the driver behind to be intoxicated – not only was she intoxicated but she was only 13-years-old!  And 5 other juveniles, 14 and under, were riding in the car.  What’s wrong with this picture?


It seemed like a ridiculous idea – low-fat French fries!  Burger King tried introducing “Satisfries” – fries with lower calories, fat and sodium.  Overall, it has been a bust and 2/3rds of Burger King restaurants are dropping the item from the menu.


A northeast Ohio teenager has been arrested after the video of him kicking a stray cat went viral.  Trevonte Mitchell, 18, kicked a cat as he and a friend walked down the street.  Why did the video go viral?  Do those who watch videos of animal abuse contributing to the abuse by watching and sharing the videos?


Robin William’s wife revealed that her husband was suffering from the early stages of Parkinson’s Disease and that may have contributed to his suicide.  Also – sheriff’s officials in the San Francisco Bay area have been criticized for releasing details of Robin William’s suicide – but officials say state law requires the release of the information.  Is it wrong to release details of someone’s death?


What is the psychology behind the Ice Bucket Challenge?  Did you or your kids take the challenge?  Why?  Is it about having 15 seconds of fame?  Or – is it really about raising money for ALS research?



A 47-year-old man was died from a stabbing, last night, near Bourbon and Toulouse.  Two men started fighting and that led to the stabbing.  The man who was stabbed last night was also stabbed Sunday evening about 10:30 pm in the 600 block of Decatur Street, but he was released from the hospital.  Police have yet to determine if the two stabbings were related. NOPD is looking for the suspect and the description is in the story on our website – WWL.com.


With a lot of help from the community – NOPD has arrested 2 suspects in the shooting Sunday that left 2 people dead and 5 injured.  Chief Serpas believes guns and drugs were involved.


Violence continued last night in Ferguson, MO in protest of the police shooting of an unarmed 18-year-old.  Now, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has ordered the state police to take over supervision of security in the St. Louis suburb.  Ferguson police arrested a couple of reporters and an alderman from St. Louis.  Does this cast questions on the competence of the Ferguson Police Department?

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Scoot: Ferguson shooting - have you made up your mind?
We all watch as the protesting and violence continue in Ferguson, MO, amid growing questions about what really happened when a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed young black male. Did a white officer feel that his life was threatened...
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Scoot: Serpas out as NOPD chief, but now what?
Highly touted as the savior of NOPD, Ronal Serpas is retiring as the police chief of New Orleans. Questions about Serpas' leadership of the New Orleans Police Department have continued, and while the murder rate is down, Chief Serpas did not appear...
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Scoot: Woodstock was 45 years ago - what would the world say today?
It was a moment that defined the youth rebellion of the 1960s! It was Woodstock and it began 45 years ago today on a large farm in upstate New York. Woodstock was billed as "3 days of peace and music" and personified the attitude of the original...
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Scoot: Community tips are more important than more cops
More community involvement is more important than more police on the street. NOPD Chief Ronal Serpas announced today that two arrests have been made in the shooting Sunday that left 2 dead and 5 injured – including a 2 and a 4-year-old. ...
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Scoot: The death of Michael Brown and violence in the streets
The violence that has erupted in Ferguson, Missouri following a police officer shooting and killing a black teenager proves that many people are living on top of a racial powder keg. Michael Brown was walking with friends Saturday in Ferguson, a suburb...
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Scoot: Are fast food drive-thrus contributing to the obesity problem?
An interesting phenomenon attracted my attention Sunday afternoon. I had just finished a meeting at a popular coffee shop when I drove by a McDonald's at the beginning of an upscale neighborhood in a popular suburb of New Orleans. I was shocked to see 11...
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Scoot: Irrational rage & violence not exclusive to younger generation
Two golfers got into an argument over the rules at a golf course in Pennsylvania, and one golfer allegedly hit the other in the head with a 3-wood! Punches were exchanged and both men face charges. Police in Uniontown, PA filed charges against Roger...
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Scoot: Conservatives becoming desperate at same-sex marriage reality
As courts across the country – even in red states – continue to rule that a ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, those still fighting the battle to ban marriage equality are growing desperate. Sixty-three conservative Texas...
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Scoot: American astronauts would be illegals on Mars
Last month's 45th anniversary of our moon landing rekindled the patriotic spirit that Americans felt when two men planted an American flag there. For years during the Cold War, Russia was ahead of the U.S. in the space race, but America caught up and...
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Scoot: Man kicks squirrel into Grand Canyon, did you see it?
If a video goes viral – are those who watch it partly responsible for inspiring its content? An Internet video of a man apparently kicking a squirrel off the edge into the Grand Canyon has gone viral. Grand Canyon Park officials are...
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