Rannah Gray, author of “Familiar Evil,” on the sordid legacy of Baton Rouge television Scott Rogers, personality and deputy sheriff, who died four years ago in a murder-suicide. Filmmaker Jeff Springer details his documentary, “Rodents of Unusual Size.” Fairleigh Jackson of Preserve Louisiana announces this year’s award winners. Anaite Alvarado talks about her false imprisonment in Guatemala City.
State lawmaker John Milkovich on his bill to curtail abortions and the state of the Legislature in the first week of the regular session. Democrat Melissa Flournoy and Republican Ali Akbar on the fates of President Trump, Governor Edwards and Secretary of State Schedler. Fairleigh Jackson on an Irish Event featuring Preserve Louisiana and Patrice Walker and Tammy Duncan-Swope on the American Business Women’s Association in Baton Rouge.
WAFB reporter/anchor Kevin Frey on the collision of wills between the Legislature and the Governor’s office as we approach 2018 and the fiscal cliff slated for July 1st. Frey is the station’s capitol correspondent. Fairleigh Jackson of Preserve Louisiana on the tax bill approved by the U.S. House which eliminates a federal tax credit for historic preservation. Jackson says most of the recent renovations in downtown Baton Rouge would not have been accomplished without the tax incentive.