On the 84th annual National Doughnut Day, here's how to celebrate in Louisiana
Earlier Thursday, a Louisiana Senate committee struck down provisions that would have altered a bill to allow teachers to carry concealed guns on school grounds. WRKF’s Capital Access Reporter Paul Braun tells us where this “constitutional carry” bill might be headed.
Tomorrow is the first Friday of June, and that means it’s National Doughnut Day! Area Commander Major Chris Thornhill tells us how the day honors Salvation Army members who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I.
And if you’re starting to drool, then you won't want to miss a conversation with Zack Menicucci-Foster of Blue Dot Doughnuts in New Orleans. Learn how this local pastry shop is celebrating the day.
But what is a doughnut shop without its beloved baker? Staff writer for the Advocate George Morris tells us the story of Kongsamsambath Lim, the small business "wonder woman" behind Sambath Donuts in Baton Rouge.
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