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LA COVID-19 ON THE RISE - Governor John Bel Edwards is calling on Louisiana's employers to keep workers at home if possible.   But the Democratic governor Tuesday stopped short of tightening his current restrictions on businesses any further.  Edwards says he renewed the same coronavirus rules he’s had in place since late November because Covid-19 positivity test rates are up in every parish in the state.

"Without exception, every region in the state has a positivity that exceeds 10%, an increase in cases, an increase in hospitalizations, " Edwards explained.

Airs Sunday, January 3, 2021, 1 p.m. Host Dr. Marci Howard talks with Father Jason Foster, Holy Nativity of the Lord Orthodox Church; Rabbi Jana De Benedetti, B’nai Zion Congregation; and Sheikh Rafiqul Islam Nadwi, Masjid Yaseen.

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REVENUE DROPS - The coronavirus pandemic has created a nearly $1 billion deficit in the Texas state budget.  The forecast was presented online by Texas Republican Comptroller Glenn Hegar on Monday.  It reflected how the nation’s energy hub remains hampered by a slow economic recovery and a half-million fewer jobs than a year ago.

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Airs Sunday, Jan. 10, 2021, at 1 p.m. The Bible can be confusing for people to read if they do not know the history and literary styles of the Bible. Dee Anne Phillips talks with Tim Mackie and Jon Collins, founders of the Bible Project, a series of animated videos and study guides created to help people understand the Bible as they read it.

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  WINTER STORM - While the snow is coming to an end across much of the area this morning, there remains some concern of slick road conditions through

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LSUS: Due to inclement weather, LSUS will be closed on Monday, January 11th. Face-to-face classes and hybrid classes are canceled. All online classes will continue as scheduled. Please do not get out on roadways unless absolutely necessary as falling temperatures may cause roads and bridges to become hazardous. The university will make an announcement tomorrow at 4pm regarding classes and operations for Tuesday, January 12th.

All NWLA public schools closed Monday due to threat of winter weather

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