October 17, 2014
Ebola Preparations and Concerns in Louisiana, U.S. Senate Debate Recap, LPB Art and Travel Auction Profile – A.J. Meek
Is Louisiana Prepared for Ebola? (5:31) As more cases of the Ebola Virus come to light , there is growing concern among health professionals nationwide about the protocols in place for treating potential patients. The two Texas based nurses diagnosed with Ebola became infected while treating the first patient in the United States who died from the virus. It has many health professionals in Louisiana looking at the training and protocols in place here. Dr. Karen Lyon, Executive Director of the Louisiana State Board of Nursing, is in studio to talk about the issues and concerns facing Louisiana nurses. SHARE
U.S. Senate Debate Recap (12:54) LPB hosted the first debate between all three major candidates for U.S. Senate this week at Centenary College in Shreveport. Here is a recap of some of the debate’s highlights between incumbent Sen. Mary Landrieu (D), Congressman Dr. Bill Cassidy (R) and retired Air Force Lt. Col. Rob Maness. SHARE
LPB Art and Travel Auction Profile – A.J. Meek (19:43) LPB’s annual Art and Travel Auction is underway and wraps up next Thursday, October 23rd with our live televised auction from 7 pm to 10 pm. We highlight participating artist and photographer A. J. Meek. The retired LSU art and photography professor’s latest work captures clouds that are paired with children’s perceptions of hope seen within. SHARE
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