It's WLOX News Director Brad Kessie. And you're about to be part of WLOX history. I encourage you to tune into the new WLOX News at 6:30. You'll find that newscast on our CBS channel – 13.2 on digital TVs, or Cable One channel 61. Watch us tonight, and you'll learn why experts fear domestic violence seems to be getting worse.
We'll also take you around the region. One story that may shock you comes out of Shreveport, Louisiana. A parent throws her child out a car window. Why? Watch WLOX News at 6:30 and we'll tell you.
Rebecca Powers anchors our new CBS newscast. We invite you to be one of the first to flip over to our CBS channel and catch this unique look at today's news.
On the ABC side, WLOX News at 6:00 has an exclusive interview with the brother of a man who reportedly committed a triple murder in Hancock County and then took his own life. That brother says he's outraged that the murder suspect was out of prison, and able to allegedly kill his parents. Watch the Al Showers exclusive on WLOX ABC at 6:00.
Karen Abernathy has an incredible story on her Monday Healthwatch segment. It's about a Biloxi High School student whose dream in life is to be able to hear like everybody else. That dream may come true. How? Watch WLOX News at 6:00 and find out.
Plus, we have the latest on Sean Payton and the one year suspension that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld today. Payton must leave the Saints next Monday, and not return until after the Super Bowl. The WLOX Facebook page is filling up with comments about the suspension. One woman posted this: "our new chant in the dome needs to be "free payton" this year."