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The mystery surrounding former Baton Rouge Police Chief Dewayne White's cell phone just took another turn, with the release of the police report relating to its disappearance to the local news media.  White, who has said he did not have a city-parish cell phone, then said he had one but it was lost or stolen, finally turned it over to his attorney last week.  You can read more about who the chief was talking to and what police say the phone was being used for at the link below.  

USA Today has published an in-depth look at NCAA President Mark Emmert's past, revealing a trail of scandal where he has used his political skills to leave town before they blow up, blaming others for his own mistakes.  The only person touting his skills seems to be the head hunter who has helped him climb the academic ladder to reach his dream job of running the NCAA.  The story is running nationally in Gannett-owned newspapers.  Read the original story at the link below.   

While it's a little ironic that a pollster usually friendly to Republican causes would be the one to announce that the Emperor has no clothes, the national media has run with the latest poll numbers showing Governor Bobby Jindal's approval ratings in blood-red Louisiana are below President Barack Obama's.  Dropping 13 points since last October to a record low 38 percent, Jindal appears to be tanking in his home state just as he continues to step up his national aspirations.  Read more at the link below.   
Trina Edwards' marriage to former Governor Edwin Edwards has her poised to become Louisiana's next reality TV star when "The Governor's Wife" debuts on the A&E network this summer, putting Louisiana once again in the national spotlight for its unusual culture and characters.  In the spirit of Swamp People and Duck Dynasty, which have been ratings hits, Trina takes center stage in this show about her life and the impending birth of her first child with the 85-year-old former Governor.  Find out what the new Mrs. Edwards is really like at the link below from her hometown newspaper.

State Treasurer John Kennedy says a plan by Governor Bobby Jindal to pay vendors through an electronic transfer of funds through the Bank of America could result in a fiasco similar to the uproar caused when the administration attempted to issue state income tax refunds on debit cards and he wants more information before signing off.  Kennedy said he has scheduled a meeting with the administration next week, but could end up taking them to court for usurping his constitutional duties. 

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